Are You Prepared for The Leadership and Ownership Transition?

76% Of Family Businesses Expect to Appoint a New CEO Within the Next 5 Years.  According to an in-depth survey KPMG Australia conducted, the performance of family businesses peaked when the CEO was between 51 and 60. It then declined as the CEO approached the age of 70 or older. This is most likely because, […]

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Robert Alleyne

Robert AlleyneWelcome to KPMG’s Family Business Blog. Here in Trinidad and Tobago, KPMG sees that Family-owned businesses are truly the backbone of our economies and a real example of successful entrepreneurship that has stood the test of time. We are committed to serving family enterprises, in helping them grow value and assist in preserving, safeguarding and improving the business. The purpose of this blog is to provide you with insight and information that matter in regard to the operational dynamics of family-owned businesses and present you with some well-established family business succession strategies that have emerged to help family businesses effectively manage their family component. We value your opinion, and encourage you to post your comments on any of the subjects presented to further the discussion.

 

— Robert Alleyne, Managing Partner

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