European Family Businesses and our French Chapter METI together with KPMG Private Enterprise produced a report to analyse the situation with companies in Europe that are too big for the SME category and too small to be part of the large company category. This report seeks to recognise, promote and support the growth of mid-cap […]
KPMG’s 2020 Global Tax Monitor explores the situation of taxation on family businesses in 54 countries, regions, and jurisdictions. It explores the principal factors impacting the transfer of business and succession process across the globe. The main theme of 2020’s monitor is “Charting a path for the future”, something that has been made more challenging thanks […]
Our annual barometer, in collaboration KPMG Enterprise, shows Europe’s family businesses remain positive about the future at a time of rising economic and geopolitical uncertainties. Innovation, training and education, and diversification are key priorities as they adapt to a fast-changing world — while planning for succession is increasingly on families’ minds. This year, the family business […]
Today we launched the seventh edition of the European Family Business Barometer in partnership with KPMG Enterprise. Our survey, which received more than 1500 contributions from family companies across all the continent, underlines how family businesses are still growing. Key highlights: 73% of respondents are confident about the future of their companies, while 19.5% are […]
KPMG Enterprise’s Global family business tax monitor examines main differences (locations,…) in 65 countries, regions and jurisdictions and how they can influence the successful transition of family businesses from one generation to the next. The monitor highlights also the effects tax can have on the transfer of a business worth EUR10 million to family members — […]
European Family Businesses and Deutsche Bank teamed up to produce a report on family businesses, including interviews with numerous key family businesses figures. In it, the importance of family businesses to the European economy is highlighted and fundamental family business issues are examined, such as the successful transfer of business or choice of funding.
In the 6th edition of the European Family Business Barometer, European Family Businesses (EFB) and KPMG once again seek to bring an insight into the confidence levels of family businesses, the challenges affecting their everyday operations and the solutions they seek to ensure their development and sustainable growth.
Russell Reynolds Associates recently interviewed numerous institutional and activist investors, pension fund managers, public company directors and other governance professionals about the trends and challenges that public company boards will face in 2017. Our conversations yielded a wide array of perspectives about the forces that are driving change in the corporate governance landscape.
In emerging markets 60% of companies with a turnover of US$ 1Bn and above are family owned. In some cases, such as in Latin America, India and South East Asia, the percentage is 70% or even higher. The high presence of this type of companies in emerging economies means they have a strong responsibility in […]