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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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Your Children Value this the Most

The Most Valuable Thing to Your Children

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As a wealthy family, what is the most valuable thing you can give your children? One sure way to find out the answer is to ask (too often parents don’t bother). According to a Wells-Fargo survey of Millennials, more than 90% of children say they want to inherit their parents’ values, not their wealth. Some 84% want top sustain and build on their family’s legacy. This should be very heartening news for parents. In a…

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Charitable Givers of the Next Generation

Charitable Givers of The Next Generation

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Philanthropy can be a great way to engage different generations in a wealthy family, and for family members to find purpose where there is no imperative for paid employment. It’s worth keeping in mind the intergenerational differences and trends in giving so that the family giving experience can be as positive as possible. The Blackbaud Institute’s report on the next generation of American giving has some useful insights. Giving priorities differ by generations, but health,…

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The future of finance is women

The future is … female

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Research has shown that in HNW families, daughters were rarely encouraged nor received support to pursue entrepreneurship education. Entrepreneurial families often prepare their daughters and sons differently for their careers. Cultural factors and their associated gender biases may result in the problem being far more pronounced. Things are changing. Some 82 per cent of women from wealthy families expect to inherit substantial wealth over the next 20 years, but 41 per cent of women are…

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Communications 2nd Generation

Communication isn’t important …

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Research has shown that 60 per cent of failed intergenerational family wealth transition are due to problems with trust or communication. Communication isn’t important in families. It is everything. If a family cannot communicate, it cannot function as a group. It’s that simple. What does poor communication look like? An absence or lack of communication (e.g. “it’s none of their business”, “they don’t need to know”, “we know what is best for them”) is patronising, infantilising,…

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Actionable Generational Wealth Succession

A New Career for Founding Generations?

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We’ve previously discussed the effect of increasing life expectancy on wealth transition – the ‘problem’ of the ageing family member who refuses to step aside is more prevalent than ever (the popular TV series Succession makes for great watching on this topic). Traditionally, roles within families have very long tenure, For someone who has been managing the family wealth for many years, the thought of leaving a job they have become very good at can…

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Family Business Money Talk

Family Business; Talk About Money

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Money is one of the few remaining taboo topics for discussion, but in wealthy families, it’s something that eventually does need to be discussed. The challenge is to develop a greater comfort in discussing it. The first step towards this is to understand the reason for discomfort, and it is usually because discussions about money bring on fear: fear that there isn’t or won’t be enough, that the next generation might be spoilt by excess,…

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