inheritance in conditions
Dmitry Motorin talks about the problem of effective business inheritance and gives advice to owners and founders of companies how to transfer their business to the heirs without problems
In the county of Lancashire, in England, about family companies they usually say that “there are only three generations between tattered shoes.” Our country has a hot issue of capital inheritance to go in the next 10-15 years. There are historical reasons for this.
It is amazing that not only people, but also the companies created by them, want to live forever. Many of today’s successful enterprises were created on the ruins of the USSR economy in the 90s and with new opportunities in the 2000s. These firms turn out to be the same living organisms, though social, and they just like their founders want to extend their active phase of life. The question is, how true shareholders are able to keep track not only of their longevity, but also the longevity of their company? Continue reading