[E-Flyer]22 May 2015
Mochtar Riady Building, Integrity-5b
NUS Business School
National University of Singapore
15 Kent Ridge Drive Singapore 119245

Panelists

Ibu Shanti L Poesposoetjipto, Chairman, Samudera Group
Ms Goh Seow Chee, Head of Wealth Advisory for Southeast Asia, J.P. Morgan Private Bank
Moderated by: Associate Professor Lan Luh Luh, NUS Law and NUS Business School.

Event Summary

The Family Business Breakfast Forum was organised by CGIO and sponsored by J.P Morgan. The event hosted about 50 participants, including founders, successors or CEOs of family-owned businesses, family members with senior level board leadership or management responsibility, family members working in the company and next generation family members.

The event started off with a breakfast session, which allowed participants to engage in effervescent networking and discussion amongst themselves, as well as with the panellists and academic experts at the event. Associate Professor Marleen Dieleman, Associate Director of CGIO, NUS Business School delivered her welcome address, followed by Mr Timothy Morse, Head of Southeast Asia, J.P Morgan Private Wealth Management with his welcome address. Thereafter, an exciting panel discussion on the right ownership structure for family business began. Ms Goh Seow Chee shared her insights into the structure of trusts and trust companies, and the challenges involved, and Ibu Shanti L Poesposoetjipto engaged the audience with her personal experience in Samudera Group, and how the family business is structured, separating management from family shareholders.

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collaboration Opportunities

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