Crisis & transition dynamics

family office and family business crisis planning, management, communication

Crisis Dynamics

family office and family business crisis and transition

When it comes to crisis and transition management, denial is not a strategy.

Whether wealth has been inherited over generations or is newly created through the success of a small business grown large, the poorly managed crisis can be the catalyst for a disaster of stunning proportion that reverberates from one generation to the next and can destroy that wealth.

It can be the collapse of the entire family foundation. It can be the storm of the century.

Crises do not discriminate and can be as broad as a poorly-worded social media post or compromising video to cyber attacks, security breaches, product recalls, natural disaster, financial collapse, or at worst, workplace accidents or targeted and random acts of violence resulting in the death or loss of employees or loved ones.

Understanding how to plan and prepare for crisis is the first step in crisis management.

Our Family Crisis Management approach combines highly experienced practitioners in crisis and transition events with our intimate understanding of the dynamics of wealth, asset management and complex family behaviors.

Crisis services are confidential, custom and compassionate.

Crisis Services

Crisis Services may include:

  • Crisis Event Analysis
  • Communication Coordination
  • Message Mapping
  • Traditional & Social Media Analysis
  • Reputation Management
  • Media Training
  • Risk Vulnerability
  • Threat Assessment
  • Crisis Strategy
  • Family Education
  • Post-event Management

Crisis Articles & Thought Leadership

Preparing the High Wealth Family for a Recession

It is wise to direct efforts focused on identifying and acquiring assets that meet the current and long-term needs, establishing a healthy balance for risk/reward appetite, and meeting the goals of an investment timeline during a recession period and beyond.

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i3 Insights – From Family Business CFO to Family Office CFO

When the time to create a family office arrives, many families settle for what, or who, they already know. High net-worth families and their businesses have complex structures and those complex structures are most often understood by either their current CPA or their CFO, but is that the best approach?

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