Swiss Life Global Solutions was one of the sponsors of the conference: Future Leadership and Empowerment - Creating the Culture of Innovation and Responsible Growth
The 14th European Families in Business Conference from 19-21 June in Prague, offered a private meeting place for the heads of business-owning and financial families, as well as their sons, daughters, spouses and hommes d’affaires.
The conference took place in the prestigious Lobkowicz Palace, a part of the Prague Castle complex.
Didier Resch, Head of Sales Europe, Global Private Wealth Solutions, chaired one of the interesting interactive panels on Day one of the conference: Family control & business growth – the future governance of a family business, discussing the following subjects:
- Developing a robust strategy of governance: Longevity, cohesion and creativity
- A balancing act: Internal innovation and family tradition
- Knowing when organic growth cannot meet a growth/preservation strategy – and when to look outside?
- The relevance of strategic choices and how to make them in a family business
The panel was composed by Jeremy Bronfman • Principal, Expo Investments (Bronfman Family Office), Canada; Cyril Camus • President, Groupe Camus, France; Priscilla De Moustier • Executive Board Member, Wendel Group, France; J Haynes • Chief Executive Officer, Haynes Publishing Group, UK; Dr. Denise Kenyon-Rouvinez • The Wild Group Professor & Co-Director, IMD Global Family Business Center, Switzerland
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The venue, Lobkowicz Palace, with a spectacular view of Prague
Antti Kunnas and Didier Resch of Swiss Life Global Solutions.
The interactive panel moderated by Didier Resch
The sun setting over Prague
Photos: Campden Wealth