Business Families Institute @SMU (BFI @ SMU) invites AIAM Members to participate in the 2021 Health Check on EAM industry survey.
The online survey should take no more than 20 minutes to complete. The survey will be closing on 22 February 2021.
The online survey is designed to help BFI @ SMU better understand your views on challenges faced currently by EAMs and the opportunities and roadblocks to the future growth of the industry and its ecosystem.
Your input is vital to the study as it will provide us the data helpful for the EAMs and aspiring talents looking to enter the Asset Management industry to manage Family Office and Family Businesses’ wealth with insights into what they need to do to excel in this growing industry.
Your answers will be kept completely confidential and will be used solely for the purpose of research and report writing. Your contact details are only required if you would like to receive our research report upon publication.
The survey will be closing on 22 February 2021.
Survey link: https://smusg.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_03CpGxvxTu2bCtw
Since 2010, the Singapore Management University (SMU) had recognised the emergence of Asian business families and discerned that they require specifically contextualised thought leadership and applied knowledge. In response to the growing needs of business families in Asia, SMU established the Business Families Institute (BFI) in August 2012.
BFI@SMU collaborates with various partners, academic or practice, to be a leader in Asian business family-related knowledge. The Institute also encourages business families to Think Generations, Think Growth, Think Giving, and Think Global. In doing so, BFI@SMU addresses business family-specific issues such as succession, family governance, entrepreneurship, and wealth management. The mission of BFI@SMU is to enable business family members to be engaged and responsible stewards of their families, businesses, and communities, through education, research, and ecosystem support.
Visit https://bfi.smu.edu.sg/ to learn more
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