Videos on Demand: Events and Webinars
IFB On Demand allows you to access recordings of past online events and webinars, with thinking and insights from leading family business leaders and experts.
Password-protected videos are available to IFB and FBN members only. To get access details, email email@example.com
end of year Director's message
policy update - look ahead to 2021
We are joined by public affairs experts Fraser Raleigh and Tiffany Burrows (Newington) to discuss key events and themes, including:
- The ongoing pandemic
- The end of the Brexit transition period
- The May elections
- The Spring Budget.
TEDxInstituteforfamilybusiness - family business as a force for good
In this live panel discussion hosted during our TEDxInstituteForFamilyBusiness event, we hear from Andy Long, Board Member of Pentland Brands, Josie Morris, MD of Woolcool and John Elkington, Volans, facilitated by Charlotte Sewell, on their experiences, lessons learned and vision for a sustainable family business future.
turning purpose into action
In this online event in collaboration with KPMG, we explore key trends lying ahead and their impact on business, new opportunities, and how to turn purpose into action in the new reality.
scottish family business week - GAP GROUP
Iain Anderson and Chris Parr share the growth story of GAP Group and discuss the challenges, as well as the rewards of their family business journey.
SCOTTISH FAMILY BUSINESS WEEK - different generations working together
Working collaboratively across generations is vital for the success of any family business, but there are some challenges. This panel explores key questions multigenerational businesses have to consider, including engaging and empowering the next generation and timely succession planning.
Speakers: Adam Clark, Arnold Clark Automobiles; Michael Donaldson, James Donaldson & Sons; Heather Matthews, Little’s Chauffeur Drive; Kirsty Ross, KPMG (facilitator)
Scottish family business week - Policy: What's Next for Scotland?
The panel looks at the political landscape in Scotland, and what the outcome of the 2021 Scottish Parliament elections might mean for family firms. They also explore what direction policies around business and tax are likely to take over the coming years, as well as discussing some of the big constitutional issues at play.
Speakers: Philippa Sanderson, KPMG; Luke Skipper, Weber Shandwick; Fiona Graham, IFB (facilitator)
family business governance
Rupert Phelps of Smith & Williamson interviews 5th generation family business owner Roger de Freitas, who shares his family company's experience of developing and evolving governance structures, including why this is important and what challenges can be encountered.
With Fiona Graham (IFB) and Louise Somerset and Ray Abercromby from Smith and Williamson. In this webinar we discuss what changes the Chancellor might make to business and personal taxes in light of the COVID crisis. We also discuss the Office of Tax Simplification's review of Capital Gains Tax, and the ongoing debate about the future of Inheritance Tax.
With Fiona Graham (IFB) and Jon Sharp (Western Pension Solutions)
Talking About Wealth: Purpose and Stewardship in Family Business
Franco Lombardo, Veritage
Your Pension Scheme and Succession Planning
David Dickson, Ben Fowler, Jon Sharp, Western Pension Solutions
Corporate Governance Reforms Explained
Fiona Graham, IFB
Will Power: How to Make a Will that Protects Your Family Business
Alexandra Hollingshead, Farrer & Co
Measuring What Matters in Family Business: Polaris Impact Assessment
Andrew Bryson, FBN
Elizabeth Bagger, IFB
Andrew Wates, Wates Group
Brexit and Family Business
Fiona Graham, Institute for Family Business
Charles Livingstone, Brodie LLP
Yael Selfin, KPMG
Melissa Paz, Withers LLP