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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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wealth transfer

Mid-range and high-end intergenerational wealth transfer

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Consider This: Are you (and your family) aware of both the direct and indirect ways wealth is transmitted? This can make for a good family discussion about the value and meaning of wealth. The US Federal Reserve have completed a study on how intergenerational wealth transmission can affect wealth concentration. The issue of “inequality” is a popular one – the notion that the rich are the primary beneficiaries of national economic benefit (at the expenses…

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Fostering Entrepreneurship

Fostering Entrepreneurship

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Not every entrepreneurship story is “rags to riches”. Many high-flying entrepreneurs came from from upper-middle-class families. While they don’t owe their success entirely to mom and dad, without their parents’ help, be it financial or otherwise, they may have never gotten their ventures off the ground. Research has shown that 75% of entrepreneurs from 48 countries said that their family was involved in starting their businesses. Family money and background plays a critical role when it…

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Family Business - Blood non-Blood

Family Business – blood non-blood

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Unless your family business is a “mom & pop corner store” (which is more akin to owning a job than owning a business anyway), you will need to have a mix of ‘blood’ and ‘non-blood’ people working in it. As any business matures and grows, there becomes a need for professionalisation and systemisation. While owners may put a high value on the people in the business (especially family), the true value created in any business…

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2nd 3rd generation response to parents success

2nd & 3rd Generational Response to their Parents Success

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Children tend to grow up with their parents as role models and therefore their benchmarks of success. Now, here is some real research on generational difference. According to a study by Oxford University academics, men who surpass their parents’ qualifications report lower levels of psychological stress, while those who do worse are more likely to feel depressed, lonely or sad. Women, however, have no such hangups. The study is quite extensive – using European Social…

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Generational labels in family business

Generational Labels in Family Business

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The millenial impact research has illuminated a much more caring generation than generally believed, one that is complex in their depth of passion toward causes. http://www.themillennialimpact.com/about The ongoing debate about ‘generation wars’ will never stop, but here’s an interesting take on this from Slate Magazine, which claims that research on generations is flawed. Statements like “baby boomers are selfish” and “millennials are narcissists” abound, but where is the science to support this, it asks. While…

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Transition of Trusted Adviser Relationships

Transition of Trusted Adviser Relationships

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The rising generation stands to inherit significant wealth, and families are spending much effort and expense to ensure that they are well prepared to become effective custodians of that wealth. However, it’s important for families to also consider the services required to help manage that wealth: advisors. In any family, at some point in time, the wealth will shift from one generation to another. When someone inherits wealth, it becomes ‘theirs’. This contrasts with advisor…

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