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  • Owner to Owner Publication Fall 2022
    November 15, 2022
    • Private Banking
    In this issue of Owner to Owner, we speak with the team behind Peay Vineyards, share a strategy for managing your business’s liquidity during times of uncertainty, and look at fostering resilience in the workplace.
  • Financial rising graph and chart with lines and numbers that illustrate stock market behaviour.
    November 15, 2022
    • Private Banking
    Michael Conti, Neriah Ray-Saunders, and Christine Hourihan provide an overview of the economy, credit markets, and private equity and mergers and acquisitions markets.
  • November 15, 2022
    • Private Banking
    In the feature article of this issue of Owner to Owner, we sit down with the team behind Peay Vineyards – Vanessa Wong, Nick Peay, and Andy Peay – to discuss what drove their interest in wine, how they approach winegrowing and winemaking, and how they differentiate themselves in a competitive industry.
  • Money question, where to invest, pay off debt or invest to earn profit, financial choice or alternative to make decision concept, businessman investor holding money coin thinking about investment.
    November 15, 2022
    • Private Banking
    BBH Managing Director Lewis Hart shares a three-pronged strategy for effectively managing your business’s liquidity during times of volatility and uncertainty.
  •  Image of Michael Russell Jr
    September 29, 2022
    • Private Banking
    In our fall Next Gen Spotlight, Mackenzie Dowling sits down with Michael Russell Jr. to talk about growing up in a family business and forging your own path.
  • Owner to Owner summer issue publication cover
    August 01, 2022
    • Private Banking
    In this issue of Owner to Owner, we look at considerations when transferring private business shares to the next generation, discuss what business owners should be thinking about in this inflationary economy, examine QSBS elections and provide an overview of industrial revenue bonds.
  • Multi exposure of abstract virtual financial graph hologram on blurry skyline background, forex and investment concept
    • Private Banking
    Thomas Martin, Neriah Ray-Saunders and Christine Hourihan provide an overview of the economy, credit markets and private equity and mergers and acquisitions markets
  • Business people merge the chain-Link concept
    • Private Banking
    Ali Hutchinson, a BBH senior wealth planner, and Ben Persofsky, the executive director of the BBH Center for Family Business, discuss the different methods for transferring shares in a private business to the next generation and cover the implications families need to consider from both a corporate and tax angle.
  • businessman pulling open calm sea curtain covered dark stormy ocean background
    August 01, 2022
    • Private Banking
    John Secor and Ajit George of our Corporate Advisory team look at challenges business owners are facing in this inflationary economy and discuss how they can navigate this uncertainty.
  • A magician holding a magic wand over a hat iwith flares of light coming out of it.
    August 01, 2022
    • Private Banking
    The tax benefits for investing in or founding certain startup businesses can be incredible. Not all investors or founders can take advantage of these benefits, but for those who can, millions of dollars of tax can be saved – and with proper planning, potentially even more.
  • Owner-to-Owner-issue-Cover
    March 30, 2022
    • Private Banking
    In this issue of Owner to Owner, we examine succession planning from several angles. Our Center for Family Business looks at the requirements of the founder or CEO both during and after transition, next generation family members as well as boards of directors, and also explores options in a situation where traditional ownership succession may not be the best path forward.
  • Cyclists in a race.
    • Private Banking
    A leader’s openness to exploring a future for themselves represents a crucial turning point in beginning the transition journey. We lay out several steps owners can take to begin on the path of a successful transition.
  • Illusration of two people high-fiving
    • Private Banking
    Engaging and preparing the next generation in the succession planning process can be daunting. We share several components that can help the process run smoothly.
  • Business people in a meeting.
    • Private Banking
    Many family businesses rely on their boards of directors to help them during succession planning. Here, we share our top considerations as it relates to boards of directors and their involvement in the process.
  • Business woman in a conference room.
    • Private Banking
    The decision to pursue an outside exit strategy, as opposed to a traditional family ownership succession path, is a difficult one. We lay out several steps that owners who are grappling with this issue can take as they seek to determine the best strategy for themselves, the family and the business.
  • Collage of Travis Boersma, Ward and Nico Landrigan, Victoria Mars, and Keith Campbell
    March 30, 2022
    • Private Banking
    Throughout the first quarter 2022 issue of Owner to Owner, we brought you stories of succession from real businesses. Here they are.
  • Hands holding a puzzle piece
    October 07, 2020
    • Private Banking
    Len Fishman and John Harms of BBH Corporate Advisory & Banking discuss new guidance around change of ownership transactions involving entities with PPP loans.
  • A giant hand helps a smaller person walk up a large staircase
    April 07, 2020
    • Private Banking
    Len Fishman and Eli Perlmutter of BBH Corporate Advisory & Banking answer frequently asked questions regarding the Paycheck Protection Program under the CARES Act.
  • A group of confused people on tangled ladders in chaos next to another group of people working together on ladders in an organized way
    • Private Banking
    Benjamin Persofsky, John Secor and Brett Sovine address the different types of recapitalizations and what to consider when evaluating one. In addition, they zero in on shareholder reorganizations, a common form of recapitalization for families seeking to maintain control of the company during a capital event.
  • Scale weighing a house vs. work with teal background
    • Private Banking
    John Secor, Ajit George and Kyle Gordon discuss a key issue faced by family businesses: the difficulty of managing capital and liquidity demands. They zero in on a critical factor of finding the right balance – patient capital – and provide advice on how family businesses can achieve this important objective.
  • A man in an office looking out of the window at other skyscrapers
    November 22, 2016
    • Private Banking
    John Secor, Ajit George and Kyle Gordon examine attracting and retaining professional executives in a closely held business. They discuss both the “softer” areas of focus that lead to success in hiring and retaining executives, as well as short- and long-term compensation structures.
  • Siloutte of a woman and man looking thru folders and casting shadows
    May 27, 2016
    • Private Banking
    John Secor and Ajit George discuss the importance of proper capital allocation for private company business owners and break down how to develop the framework for making such decisions.

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