BanyanGlobal Spotlight Series
Insights and Advice for Family Business Owners
Turn here for our best ideas, practical guidance, and essential resources to help you navigate the challenges your family business may face. Whether you feel like listening to a podcast, watching a video, or reading a Q&A, we’ve got something for you. And many of our resources share complementary expertise and advice from some of our most trusted peers outside of Banyan.
These resources will help you navigate the difficult decisions all family businesses face, putting you and your family on a path to successful ownership.
In the months ahead, our Spotlight Series will focus on:
Understand the primary disruptions family businesses face and how to navigate them.
Business Family Conflict
Don’t avoid disagreements. Find a healthy level of conflict instead.
Define What You Value
Growth, liquidity, or control? What does winning look like to you?
Who We Are
We believe in the power of effective family ownership.
At BanyanGlobal we work with owners of shared family assets to help them navigate their critical decisions, such as during a generational transition. We understand that family ownership is deeply personal, rewarding, and challenging.
Founded in 2012, we are a boutique advisory firm of around 40 people. We are based in Boston, with an office in Brazil. Our partners are equity owners who make decisions to foster a multi- generational firm. Banyan has been named Family Business Advisory Practice of the Year at the STEP Private Client Awards three times since 2019, and two partners were chosen for the 2021 Spears Index List of Top Family Business Advisors.
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A few simple steps will help your family and family businesses move forward in a much more positive direction.
Is it possible to rebuild trust in your family once it’s been broken? Probably not. But that doesn’t mean you can’t find a constructive way to move on.
Conflict in a family business is a “we” problem. It affects everyone in the system, including the business. Here’s how to make sure your family fosters healthy conflict.