Talking Point: Succession planning set to come to forefront of agenda

A surge in the number of baby-boomer business owners reaching retirement is expected in the next six years, bringing the issue of succession planning to the forefront of the SME agenda, a new report has found.

8th December, 2013

A surge in the number of baby-boomer business owners reaching retirement is expected in the next six years, bringing the issue of succession planning to the forefront of the SME agenda, a new report has found.

The Global Survey November 2013: Future Proofing the Capital Value of Your Business, published by global accountancy network Baker Tilly International, surveyed 1,650 business owners in 55 countries.

''It is our belief that family businesses valued at trillions of dollars will change...

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