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Transfer of property to children

Date: 1.6.2017, Author: Michal Šubín

One the main risks faced by the first generation of business families in Slovakia and the Czech Republic is the transfer of property to their children and the next generations in a manner so as to prevent the property from causing harm to the family and its immediate social circle in the future. This may […] Read article

How to maintain and develop a family business? – video from the conference

Date: 19.12.2016, Author: Michal Šubín

We participated in a conference „Ako udržať a zveľadiť firmu v rukách rodiny“ („How to maintain and grow family wealth“) that took place in Slovakia. You may watch a stream in Slovak language or contact us for private meeting or call. Read article

Long-term management of family investments requires clearly defined rules and regular checks

Date: 30.3.2016, Author: Michal Šubín

Finding the right moment for purchasing or selling a security is every investor’s dream. Sometimes this can be achieved. However, no one, even major investors, can have such luck every single time. The only solution is to be constantly present on the market and have investments distributed in a manner complying with your investment plans […] Read article

Every entrepreneur should save the biggest and the best deal for last…

Date: 13.4.2015, Author: Michal Šubín

At first glance, this may seem illogical. How can you predict whether a deal is the biggest or best or that another even bigger and better offer will come along? However, the truth is that passing your assets to the next generation is essentially the biggest business deal we carry out (because entire accumulated wealth […] Read article

People don’t know how to stay rich

Date: 25.2.2015, Author: Michal Šubín

  Family Office services offered by RSM, the world’s number 7 in audit, are used by the richest families in all parts of the world, including the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Many of them have accumulated their wealth in the last hundred years. What do rich families need and how much wealth did they lose […] Read article

Interview with Rolf Mählmann, Head of Family Owned&Managed Businesses

Date: 4.2.2015, Author: Michal Šubín

  This issue of our regular Family Office Newsletter takes us to Bremen, an old Hanseatic town where the tradition of family businesses is deeply rooted. The history of family businesses offers extensive experience with property transfers between generations and may inspire successful families in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. This time, we have discussed […] Read article

Do you know that 60% of family businesses have no idea what will happen when the existing head of the family decides to retire?

Date: 12.12.2014, Author: Michal Šubín

Do you know that 60% of family businesses have no idea what will happen when the existing head of the family decides to retire? Do you know that 70% of families have failed to successfully transfer their capital from the second to the third generation? Do you know that up to 60% of affluent families […] Read article

RSM TACOMA launches new Family Office service managed by Michal Šubín

Date: 11.12.2014, Author: Michal Šubín

RSM TACOMA has recently launched a new service for private clients – the Family Office. The service will be managed by Michal Šubín, who became the manager of the RSM TACOMA Family Office after nine years as Private Banking Manager and a leader of the private banker team at Slovak Privatbanka. Monika Marečková, Managing Partner […] Read article

Family businesses 25 years after the Velvet Revolution – what next?

Date: 10.12.2014, Author: Michal Šubín

Family businesses are the backbone of the global economy. According to recent studies, family enterprises create 70-90% of global GDP, have, on the average, 6.65% higher return on assets and in general comprise 80-98% of businesses in democratic countries.[1] As much as 35% of the Fortune 500 companies comprise businesses classified as family (i.e. one […] Read article