Who Will Take Over the Business?: Succession Planning for the Canadian Business Family by Tony Ianni, Sheila Crummey, Ron Prehogan, Arnie Cader, Frank Archibald, Steve Landau, Pearl Schusheim, Peter Creaghan, Linda Betts, Susan Latremoille (Hardback, 2011)
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- DescriptionAs the first wave of Canadian baby boomers retire over the next few years, succession planning will be vital for the long-term survival of many businesses. Canada is about to see a huge transfer of wealth from this generation to the next, yet many businesses struggle to ensure a smooth transition of business management and ownership. For family-owned companies, the ramifications may be even more sweeping. The personal issues they face, compounding other day-to-day business concerns, range from planning for income taxes to maintaining interpersonal relationships with family members. A good succession plan will manage a range of issues, such as people and talent, family dynamics, corporate structure, estate planning, insurance and share transfer, to name just a few. Who Will Take Over the Business? is for any business owner who wants to retire, sell, or transfer ownership of their business. It is designed to guide business owners through a comprehensive and strategic approach to the business succession process to ensure that the transition is carried out as smoothly as possible. Who Will Take Over the Business? is a must-have resource for every Canadian business owner.
- Author BiographySusan Latremoille and Peter Creaghan, experienced financial advisors who custom-design an investment portfolio for the family that provides lifetime income, tax sheltered, for Victor and Anne, and guaranteed liquidity for their estates Steve Landau and Pearl Schusheim, who are the architects of a tax plan that provides a substantial tax reduction on their transaction and diffuses an overlooked estate planning problem Tony Ianni, an investment banker who provides the Banks family with a variety of liquidity options to consider, and who ultimately leads the family through the private equity transaction Ron Prehogan, a specialist in resolving family business conflict, and Arnie Cader, who acts as an independent director to the family and the business Linda Betts, who helps the family identify and strategize regarding the softer issues, and manage the family dynamics Sheila Crummey, who crafts an estate plan for the family, and her partner Frank Archibald, a corporate lawyer who provides practical advice to the family on the sale of the business.
- Author(s)Arnie Cader,Frank Archibald,Linda Betts,Pearl Schusheim,Peter Creaghan,Ron Prehogan,Sheila Crummey,Steve Landau,Susan Latremoille,Tony Ianni
- PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons Inc
- Date of Publication06/12/2011
- SubjectManagement & Business: General
- Place of PublicationNew York
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintJohn Wiley & Sons Inc
- Content Noteports.
- Weight384 g
- Width151 mm
- Height225 mm
- Spine17 mm
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