What family-owned firms want

While almost four in five (79 per cent) of Irish respondents are confident or very confident about the prospects for their family or privately owned business in 2019, political uncertainty is cited as a key concern

9th December, 2018
Clockwise from top left: Gareth Jenkinson; John Flahavan; Tom Keogh; Maurice Healy; Mike and Pat Glennon; and Conor Gray

What are the main agenda items for family and privately owned businesses in Ireland today?

The 2018 KPMG Private Enterprise European Family Business Barometer report answers this question, with insights gleaned from more than 1,500 responses from 26 countries across Europe, and more than 70 responses from Ireland.

In this article, we focus on some of the most striking findings, while from page 13 onwards, themes from the 2018 report are explored in further detail.

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