FFI On Friday | October 05, 2018

Prepared Exclusively for FFI Members

Peer Learning – At the Conference and in the Cloud

FFI has always been characterized by Peer Learning – what can the members learn from each other and their clients?

Nowhere is this approach more prevalent than at the annual conference. So here is a look at this year’s presenters – and, in the event that you cannot attend, some links to their latest thinking.

Presenting the presenters!

Nearly 70 presenters in all – and they look like this:

first-time presenters at an FFI global conference

first-time presenters at an FFI global conference

FFI Practitioner authors

FFI Practitioner authors

FFI Fellows

FFI Fellows

FBR authors

FBR authors

GEN faculty

GEN faculty

And here are some examples of:

First-time presenters

Luis Jimenez Castillo

William Murray

Nicholas Bailey

Jane Glover

Kiran Trehan

FFI Practitioner Authors

Charlotte Dillon

Oliver Hallam

Fellows Presenting

Christine Blondel

David Bork

Rania Labaki

Debbie Bing

Lloyd Steier

FBR authors

GEN Faculty

Jim Coutre

Elaine Martyn

Maya Prabhu

Pilar Tolentino

And…they come from Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Indonesia, Italy, Philippines, Spain, Sweden, UK, and the US.

FFI’s mission is to be the most influential global network of thought-leaders in the field of family enterprise. We provide research-based learning and relevant tools for advisers and consultants, academics and family enterprise members to drive success.

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