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Congratulations to the October GEN Advanced Certificate Graduates
November 01, 2019

ontinuing our series on the graduates of the GEN program, we are pleased to feature October graduates of the Advanced Certificate programs.

In order to be eligible for the Advanced Certificate programs, participants must be FFI members in good standing who have received the Certificate in Family Business Advising (CFBA) and/or in Family Wealth Advising (CFWA). Advanced Certificate participants must attend one FFI global conference during their program enrollment.

Please join us in congratulating the recipients of Advanced Certificates in Family Business Advising (ACFBA) and Family Wealth Advising (ACFWA).

Individuals receiving Advanced Certificates who became Fellows in Miami will be honored in next week’s issue of FFI on Friday.

Advanced Certificate in Family Business Advising (ACFBA)
I-Ning Cheong
Andrea Baars
Essen, Germany
Chiam Li Li
Roxana Bos-Schepers
Ernst & Young Belastingadviseurs LLP
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Roman Schnider
Alejandro Cerón
Pinecrest, FL
Aik-Ping Ng
Juan Pablo Cerón
STF Consulting Group
Mexico City, Mexico
Roman Schnider
Calvin Chan
Roman Schnider
Martine Deschamps
SynerAction Management
Chateauguay, QC, Canada
Aik-Ping Ng
Tadeusz Dulian
Deloitte Advisory Sp. z. o.o.
Cracow, Poland
Roman Schnider
Madeline S. Hoge
Caledonia Ventures, Inc.
Dublin, VA
Roman Schnider
Elaine King
Family and Money Matters
North Miami, FL
Aik-Ping Ng
Esther Kong
Singapore Management University
Roman Schnider
Eva Wathén
Bravemotion Oy
Espoo, Finland
Advanced Certificate in Family Wealth Advising (ACFWA)
I-Ning Cheong
Karen Carlson
Jenkintown, PA
Chiam Li Li
María José Cerón De La Torre
STF Consulting Group
Mexico City, Mexico
Roman Schnider
Honora Ducatillon
Banque Pictet & Cie SA
Geneva, Switzerland
Aik-Ping Ng
Jessica J. Garner
Stevard LLC
Chicago, IL
Roman Schnider
Mariana Martinez
Wells Fargo Wealth Management
Bethesda, MD
Thanks to the GEN Advanced Certificate Faculty
GEN 502: Family Governance in the Family Enterprise: A key structural element in family enterprise governance
Jennifer East, Dennis Jaffe, Kirby Rosplock

GEN 503: Tools for Positive Change in Family Business Systems: Analysis and application
Neus Feliu, Andrew Hier, Carlo Salvato

GEN 504: Meaning and Purpose: Philanthropy and the family enterprise
James Coutre, Maya Prabhu

GEN Q4 enrollment closes on November 15
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Previous Edition
Greetings from Miami, where we are in the last day of the 2019 FFI Global Conference. Of course, we wish all the membership could be here, but if you’re not (and even if you are), here are some highlights from the event and related articles that have appeared either in FFI Practitioner or FFI on Friday.
Dates to Remember
Midwest Chapter regional meeting | 5:00PM – 7:00PM
70 West Madison, Suite 230, Chicago
Program: Optimizing the Human Potential of M&A Transactions: Planning for the “unexpected people problems” for ultimate deal success

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New England Chapter breakfast meeting | 8:00AM-9:30AM
Host: Burns and Levinson, 125 High Street, Boston, MA
Program: “Creating a Hum in the Next Generation—Rather Than a Ho-Hum”

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NYC regional meeting | 4:30PM-7:00PM
Host: J.P. Morgan, 390 Madison Avenue, New York City
Program: Master Class with Justin Blake, Edelman, “Implications on Trust for Family Businesses”

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GEN Alumni Webinar Series
What’s in a Name: Mediation, Facilitation, or Consultation? (By invitation only)
Presenter: John Wofford, Esq.
Building Family Business Boards for the Long Term
STEP Business Families Special Interest Group in London
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