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Family wealth : keeping it in the family : how family members and their advisers preserve human, intellectual, and financial assets for generations Rev. and expanded ed

Family wealth : keeping it in the family : how family members and their advisers preserve human, intellectual, and financial assets for generations Rev. and expanded ed (Loan 1 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Hughes, James E., Jr.
Title Statement
Family wealth : keeping it in the family : how family members and their advisers preserve human, intellectual, and financial assets for generations / James E. Hughes, Jr.
판사항
Rev. and expanded ed.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Princeton :   Bloomberg Press,   2004.  
Physical Medium
xvi, 226 p. ; 22 cm.
ISBN
157660151X (alk. paper)
Content Notes
Long-term wealth preservation as a question of family governance -- The family mission statement -- Ritual -- The family balance sheet and family income statement -- Investor allocation -- Two important practices -- The family bank -- Protectors, advisors, mentors, and hommes d'affaires -- Control without ownership -- Beneficiaries -- Trustees --Family philanthropy -- Evaluation of the next generation -- Peer review -- The private trust company -- The role of aunts and uncles -- The art and practice of mentorship -- The role of elders -- The trustee as regent -- Unexpected consequences of a perpetual trust.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 211-217) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Estate planning -- United States. Finance, Personal -- United States. Family -- Economic aspects -- United States.
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Author Introduction

제임스 E. 휴즈 주니어(지은이)

6대째 법률자문을 해온 변호사로서, 현재는 은퇴한 후 가문의 운영체제와 재산보존을 주제로 글을 쓰는 작가로 활동하고 있다. 법률회사 휴즈 앤드 휘터커의 설립자이기도 한 그는, 30년 넘게 수많은 가문의 다양한 세대에게 가문의 금융재산은 물론 인적 재산과 지적 재산을 오래도록 보존할 수 있는 전략을 가르쳐왔다. 그의 이론에는 심리학, 인류학, 정치학, 철학, 경제이론 및 법률적 지식이 두루 동원되었고, 인용한 사례만 해도 아리스토텔레스부터 최신 사회과학 이론까지 매우 폭이 넓다. 그의 이론과 주장은 전 세계의 유명한 가문과 작가 및 학자들에게 가치를 인정받았을 뿐만 아니라, 방법론 또한 실무자들에게 광범위하게 채택되고 있다. 제임스 휴즈는 프린스턴대학교와 콜럼비아법대를 졸업했으며, 현재 콜로라도 주의 애스펀 시에 살고 있다.

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Table of Contents

Introduction.

Part One: My Philosophy.

1 Long-Term Wealth Preservation as a Question of Family Governance.

Part Two: Family Practices.

2 The Family Mission Statement.

3 Ritual.

4 The Family Balance Sheet and Family Income Statement.

5 Investor Allocation.

6 Two Important Practices.

7 The Family Bank.

8 Protectors, Advisers, Mentors, and Hommes d’Affaires.

Part Three: Roles and Responsibilities.

9 Control Without Ownership.

10 Beneficiaries.

11 Trustees.

12 Family Philanthropy.

13 Evaluating the Next Generation.

14 Peer Review.

15 The Private Trust Company.

Part Four: Reflections.

16 The Role of Aunts and Uncles.

17 The Art and Practice of Mentorship.

18 The Role of Elders.

19 The Trustee as Mentor.

20 The Trustee as Regent.

21 Unexpected Consequences of a Perpetual Trust.

Epilogue.

Bibliography.

Index.


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