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January 7, 2020

Effective communication between generations is essential for family business longevity and succession, and it’s never too late for families to start, says Ron LaVelle, a trusted adviser to ultra-wealthy families in the Bay area at Seiler LLP.

LaVelle tells CampdenFB how families can get the basics right, from professionalising the family business and setting up the family office, to hiring and keeping the right people.

Effective communication between generations is essential for family business longevity and succession, and it’s never too late for families to start, says Ron LaVelle, a trusted adviser to ultra-wealthy families in the Bay area at Seiler LLP.

LaVelle tells CampdenFB how families can get the basics right, from professionalising the family business and setting up the family office, to hiring and keeping the right people.

March 28, 2014

The 21st-century family office executive needs a broad set of expertise beyond traditional tax, legal and investment skills. CampdenFB reports on what to look for in your next candidate

Wealth adviser and diplomat are not two professions you might expect to see combined in one job description, but family office executives need skills beyond the traditional requirements of the financial services sector. Finding someone who can preserve and grow wealth for current and future generations and also possesses the sensitivity to deal with anything from family feuds to sudden deaths can be difficult. So how do you find someone with the right skills, who will also fit with the family, and stick around in the long-term?

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