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Fernando Zobel de Ayala, Hans Sy On Succession Planning and Raising Heirs

How are these top tycoons making sure their companies remain in good hands?

Some of the country's biggest leaders of industry gathered at a recent forum titled "Power Meet Up: Captains and Trailblazers."Among the speakers were Fernando Zobel de Ayala, president of Ayala Corporation, and Hans Sy, chairman of the executive committee of SM Prime ...

by Nicole Limos for TownandCountry.ph  | September 19, 2018 12:00:00
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Your Family Business Won't Survive If You Don't Plan for the Leadership Transition

You need to transition from "power player" to "people builder"

When advising family business owners, one of the biggest challenges I see clients grapple with is the transition from being "power players" who dominate every aspect of the company, to "people builders" who cultivate the next generation.Take the example of "Terry," who ...

by Lise Stewart  | May 07, 2018 02:00:00
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Succession Planning: How to Ensure Your Business Will Thrive Without You

Tips for when you begin planning your exit from the company you founded

The following excerpt is from the staff of Entrepreneur Media’s book Finance Your Business. Note: This excerpt was guest-written by Brenton Hayden, founder of Renters Warehouse.Succession planning can seem daunting, maybe even depressing for some. After all, planning for someone else to take over ...

by Entrepreneur US Staff  | July 02, 2017 02:00:00
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You can't lead your business forever

Giving it up is hard.

  You know them when you meet them. Sometimes all it takes is a handshake. The kind who hold company retreats at their lake house, and when asked how long they have been in the game, they tell you they invented the game. ...

by Bob Coen  | June 12, 2016 09:00:00
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Financial Adviser: Why should you have an exit strategy now

Because it will be your succession plan to sustain the business in the long run.

Question: I have ventured into startup food business this year and it is doing well that we are already planning to expand in multiple locations by year end. This is my first time to go into business after being employed in an ...

by Henry Ong  | May 31, 2016 11:00:00
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