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Stamping your authority early and rising above family politics is essential in being successful as a non-family executive in a family business, says Michele Norsa, the former Salvatore Ferragamo chief executive and Italian family business guru.

Stamping your authority early and rising above family politics is essential in being successful as a non-family executive in a family business, says Michele Norsa, the former Salvatore Ferragamo chief executive and Italian family business guru.

As the political crisis in Hong Kong heats up, migration consultants are being flooded with inquiries from ultra-wealthy families who are looking to leave the embattled city.

As the political crisis in Hong Kong heats up, migration consultants are being flooded with inquiries from ultra-wealthy families who are looking to leave the embattled city.

Families looking to formalise their governance structure should ensure all next generation members are involved in the process so they can voice ideas for their future and contribute to the terms, says next gen Marie-Amelie Jacquet.

Families looking to formalise their governance structure should ensure all next generation members are involved in the process so they can voice ideas for their future and contribute to the terms, says next gen Marie-Amelie Jacquet.

While some families have one vehicle for their charitable giving, the 11th-generation Hoare family channel their generosity and financial acumen into a suite of philanthropic ventures. James Beech speaks to Alexander Hoare

While some families have one vehicle for their charitable giving, the 11th-generation Hoare family channel their generosity and financial acumen into a suite of philanthropic ventures. James Beech speaks to Alexander Hoare

Flying in a private jet is the ultimate status symbol, but owning one isn’t the only way to travel. Alison Ebbage considers the practical and cost-effective alternatives.

Flying in a private jet is the ultimate status symbol, but owning one isn’t the only way to travel. Alison Ebbage considers the practical and cost-effective alternatives.

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