David Werdiger, Family Business Consultant and Advisor, Helping the Next Generation of Corporate and Family Owned Busienss with his #1 International Best-Selling book ‘Transition; How to Prepare Your Family and Business for the Greatest Wealth Transfer in History’
Today Werdiger works from the #nextgeneration of EY Family Office Guide 2019 as the bridge between generations through The Nathanson Pearson Family Office Advisory. Utilizing technology tools like his exclusive Business Succession Risk Assessment™ (BSRA) programs and his Bridge Between Advisory Services™ (BBAS). Learn more about David Werdiger and his Programs of excellence at http://davidwerdiger.com and on social networks @dwerdiger and @davidwerdiger.
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In rapidly changing times, technology, ethics, culture and even nature can disrupt the traditional approach to multi generational family businesses. As of 2017, more than two-in-three American labor force participants (68%) are GenX and Millennials according to PEW Research Center. In response to the growing concerns of succession in these populations, Family Advisor David Werdiger announces Family Matters; his private library of best practices on advancing trends in the politics and culture of family legacies. This Private Membership Association (PMA) member hub gives people a confidential space to read, watch and interact with trending topics in
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Gain access to free topical archives, video and options for one-on-one interaction with Werdiger. Join here https://www.transitionbook.co/member-area/6cf3b890596 In his usual forthright manner Werdiger shares, “As a third party advisor to #familyoffice and #familybusiness I often help guide the #intergenerational parties to a win-win-win result navigating culture and impact of 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation family members in the evolving family office.” The rising generation stands to inherit significant wealth, and families are spending much effort and expense to ensure that they are well prepared to become effective custodians of that wealth.