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How equity management can maintain intergenerational ownership

In this webcast, panelists discuss how raising new capital can be used to strengthen the business for generations to come.

Family enterprise owners face unique challenges as they balance their ambition to grow with the effort to create a long-lasting legacy. The COVID-19 pandemic, as well as global economic and geopolitical forces, present new and unforeseen challenges, and opportunities alike. In these unprecedented times, family enterprise leaders often ask themselves whether raising new capital can be used to strengthen the business for generations to come? ​Join our first “EY Private Perspectives” webcast to hear from a panel of experts as they explore the subject.

Special feature:

An interview with Lisa Rejler, Member of Board of Directors, Rejlers AB, in which she shares how their IPO supported their family enterprise's growth and expansion after it went public.

The webcast will explore:
  • How raising new capital can be used to strengthen family enterprises.
  • Different capital raising strategies such as IPO, private equity, M&A, and family offices to help you to prepare, navigate and execute in an uncertain global marketplace.
  • Intergenerational aspects of business families raising capital as the next generation takes charge.

To get your question answered by the panel, send it to us before the event. You can also send us a short video of you asking the question to feature in our webcast. Submit a question.

Moderator:

  • Mark Jeffries, Author, Host and Moderator, Mark Jeffries LLC.

Presenters

Helena Robertsson
EY Global and EMEIA Family Enterprise Leader
Martin Steinbach
EY EMEIA IPO Leader
Lauri Oinaala
EY Global Next Generation Leader

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