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Family enterprise professionals

Every family office varies and reflects the needs and interests of the family or families it serves.

This program is tailored for external executives, non-family professionals, and advisors who seek to navigate the intricacies of managing complex family enterprises. Gain invaluable insights into the dynamic challenges faced by family offices and entrepreneurial firms, while mastering strategies to foster effective family governance.

About the program

A 2-day course in Stockholm.

Delve into the intricacies of managing a complex family enterprise and supporting stakeholders' long-term vision through this two-day course in Stockholm.

  • Explore the distinct challenges and opportunities faced by family enterprises, family offices, and entrepreneurial firms.
  • Differentiate between professionals or executives from the owner-family and non-family professionals or advisors.
  • Define clear roles, responsibilities, and reporting structures for professionals and executives.
  • Explore the classic pitfalls for external executives, non-family professionals and advisors, and understand the best way to help balance owners’ and the business’ goals.
Mattias Nordqvist, Professor of Business Administration, holder of the SEB Chair in Entrepreneurship and Family Business, Director of Center for Family Enterprise at House of Innovation, Stockholm School of Economics

Mattias Nordqvist

Mattias Nordqvist

Mattias Nordqvist is a Professor of Business Administration and holder of the SEB Chair in Entrepreneurship and Family Business. He is also the Director of Center for Family Enterprise at House of Innovation, Stockholm School of Economics. In addition to his academic roles as a global leader in research and education in the field, he has years of experience as advisor and board member in private companies, specifically family enterprises and family offices.

Erik Wetter, Assistant Professor (docent) at Stockholm School of Economics

Erik Wetter

Erik Wetter

Erik Wetter is Assistant Professor (docent) at Stockholm School of Economics. His background is in entrepreneurship and innovation, and he has previously conducted applied research in collaboration with some of the world’s largest family foundations. He has been a visiting researcher in Singapore and France and a High-level Expert to the European Commission.