After the Sale

There comes a time in the life of many wealthy families when selling the family business seems like the right thing to do because no one in the younger generation is interested in taking over or selling means unlocking wealth that will catapult the family into a new economic realm. As a family says goodbye to the business, though, it faces another big decision: Should its members also say goodbye

There comes a time in the life of many wealthy families when selling the family business seems like the right thing to do because no one in the younger generation is interested in taking over or selling means unlocking wealth that will catapult the family into a new economic realm.

As a family says goodbye to the business, though, it faces another big decision: Should its members also say goodbye to one another and spin off into separate economic orbits? Or should they stay together,

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