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October 9, 2008

Does it matter if your family has no emotional attachment to the family business? I only ask because new research has touched on this very subject and highlighted several interesting issues.

Does it matter if your family has no emotional attachment to the family business? I only ask because new research has touched on this very subject and highlighted several interesting issues.

The study by the Institute for Family Business, "Emotional Ownership - The Critical Pathway Between the Next Generation and the Family Firm", reports that fostering emotional ownership at an early age gives family members a sense of identification and attachment to the family business.

May 13, 2008

The man responsible for looking after the wealth of the Rausing family – founders of the Tetra Pak empire – has left to join family-owned private bank Lombard Odier Darier Hentsch.

The man responsible for looking after the wealth of the Rausing family – founders of the Tetra Pak empire – has left to join family-owned private bank Lombard Odier Darier Hentsch.

Charles O'Ferrall joins the Swiss-based bank in its new London office as COO. "Charles has significant experience operating and managing teams of advisors and in running successful family offices," commented Sally Tennant, chief executive of LODH UK. "He has the right skill set and knowledge to play a vital role in building our UK offering."

April 15, 2008

Family-owned Swiss private bank Lombard Odier Darier Hentsch has launched the LODH Chair for Future Generations at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne.

Family-owned Swiss private bank Lombard Odier Darier Hentsch has launched the LODH Chair for Future Generations at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL).

The Chair aims to provide long-term support for multidisciplinary and international research conducted by EPFL in the field of sustainable development in order to meet one of the main challenges facing society: creating a sustainable future.

January 1, 2004

The past year has seen exciting developments and activities take place for family businesses at IMD.

The past year has seen exciting developments and activities take place for family businesses at IMD. The key focus remains (since the launch of Leading the Family Business, the first international educational programme for families in business) how to help family businesses become better at what they are doing. A number of research projects address this issue from different angles.

- What is the specific culture of a family business and how can this lead to a competitive advantage?

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