The challenges of perpetuating a family business through generations are well known. Obstacles to making these transitions are typically seen as tied to the absence of a qualified successor or anticipated dynamics complicating the flow of decision authority and ownership to the incoming generation. Families often feel like they’re faced with a few poor scenarios, such as an outright sale, recapitalization with a partner or a generational transfer that’s believed will ...

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