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David Werdiger, writer, speaker, adjunct professor, revolutionized cloud-based recurring billing as he migrated from his second-generation family business to C-level technology growth company roles. He is a frequent speaker at International Society of Private Wealth Network events, presents case studies at private HNWI events, and public national conferences. Werdiger is a #1 International Best-Selling author of the book ‘Transition; How to Prepare Your Family and Business for the Greatest Wealth Transfer in History’ and Founder of the Nathanson Pearson Family Office in Melbourne Victoria Australia.

Today Werdiger works from the #nextgeneration of EY Family Office Guide 2019 as the bridge between generations through The Nathanson Pearson Family Office Advisory. Utilizing technology tools like his exclusive Business Succession Risk Assessment (BSRA) programs and his Bridge Between Advisory Services (BBAS). Learn more about David Werdiger and his Programs of excellence at https://davidwerdiger.com and on social networks @dwerdiger and @davidwerdiger.

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Family Office Priorities

Family Office Priorities

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Family offices (FOs) come in so many shapes and sizes that the term ceases to have specific meaning. It’s simply a set of services provided for a family. The origins of the FO often determine their primary focus: there are plenty of FOs that are simply vehicles for co-investment, or glorified reporting platforms. Having a FO essentially means taking a professional approach to managing the affairs of the family. It’s interesting that 92% of FO…

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Wealth Guilt & Shame

Wealth Guilt & Shame

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Wealthy people are a soft target at the best of times. The media revels in sensational stories about wealthy families, especially when things go wrong. And if that wasn’t enough, neo-socialists in the US preach redistribution and question whether the world should have billionaires. The emerging “wealth minimisation” movement encourages inheritors to redistribute “excess wealth” for the betterment of society. In some cases, this is about making up for the “harm” done by the wealth…

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Transition - Hold or Fold

Transition; hold or fold?

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Kenny Rogers sang of the importance of knowing “when to hold ’em, and when to fold ’em”. Any succession plan worth its salt isn’t just a plan of who will succeed whom in running the business. It also needs a “Plan B” for the scenarios where the chosen successor is unwilling or unable, where there is no successor, or where a generational transition of the business might lead to serious conflict. Some business founders/owners enjoy…

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Pareto principle and the Family Business

Pareto Principle and the Family Business

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A “universal truth” about the imbalance of inputs and outputs is what became known as the Pareto principle, or the 80/20 rule. While it doesn’t always come to be an exact 80/20 ratio, this imbalance is often seen in various business cases, Here we will address how not to sell a family business. 0% of all businesses do not sell, and only about 30% of family businesses get handed down to the next generation. If…

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Lets talk about the family business

Let’s Talk About This

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One of the biggest challenges in wealthy families is when/how to talk about the family wealth to children. There are a number of factors to consider: 1. Being aware of other ways children will learn about it themselves, e.g. from the media, direct research, and from friends (it’s a bit like sex education). Would you rather your children find out about the family wealth from reports and rumours that are laden with assumptions? It’s better…

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Leadership vs Entitlement

Leadership vs Entitlement?

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The e-word – “entitlement” – comes up in almost every presentation or lecture I give, and in many family discussions. It has become almost a dirty word when it comes to family wealth – something to be avoided at all cost. “How can I prevent my children from becoming entitled?” is what most every parent wants to know. When it comes to family business, limiting the negative impact of entitlement can be achieved by instilling…

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