EFB & Deutsche Bank report on family businesses in Europe
At the start of the year, European Family Businesses and Deutsche Bank teamed up to produce a report on family businesses to obtain and present a broad overview of family businesses’ views, assessments and expectations concerning national and EU policies and developments in the financial sector The study showed
Do we need to encourage more family SMEs to list or are there better ways of injecting capital into a business? In response to the Commission’s consultation on building a proportionate regulatory environment to support SME listing, EFB lays out its recommendations on what family businesses need.
EFB meets with the President of the European Parliament
On the 27th of February, the Executive Committee of EFB met with the President of the European Parliament Antonio Tajani On the 27th of February, the Executive Committee of EFB met with the President of the European Parliament, Antonio Tajani. The meeting was a chance for the members of
The new UK Family Business Sector Report, produced by Oxford Economics for the Institute for Family Business (IFB) Research Foundation, reveals that family businesses’ gross value added contribution to UK GDP has increased by £100 billion since 2010 – to £519 billion – meaning family firms now generate a
This report analyses youth unemployment from the point of view of the skill sets of the human capital as one of the key factors in a country’s competitiveness and social wellbeing. This fact is not new, but it takes on a more central role in a setting of globalisation
From the 5th and 6th of November, EFB together with FBN Belgium, the voice of Belgian family businesses, are organising a joint event entitled The New Europe: The Family Business Perspective. European Family Businesses together with FBN Belgium, the voice of Belgian family businesses, are organising this joint event