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  • 1. FOUNDING FAMILY OWNERSHIP AND FIRM PERFORMANCE: EVIDENCE FROM THE S&P 500 BY RONALD C. ANDERSON AND DAVID M. REEB
    • BY:
    • ELEONORA
    • KARAN RANKA
    • SHALOO AGGARWAL
  • 2. FOUNDING FAMILY OWNERSHIP AND FIRM PERFORMANCE
  • 3.
    • HOW DO WE IDENTIFY FAMILY FIRMS?
    • SAMPLE FOR INVESTIGATION?
  • 4.
    • ADVANTAGES OF FAMILY OWNERSHIP.
    • DISADVANTAGES OF FAMILY OWNERSHIP.
  • 5. ACTIVE FAMILY CONTROL VS. PASSIVE FAMILY CONTROL
  • 6.
    • FOUR MAIN ISSUES OF INVESTIGATION :
    • Profitability and valuation.
    • Younger and older family firm.
    • Performance/ownership relation linear over all ranges of family holding?
    • Level of involvement of family memebers, eg- CEO.
  • 7.
    • CONCLUSION:
    • Family ownership is both prevalent and substantial.
    • Family firms do perform better than non family firms.
    • Relation between family firms and firm performance is non-linear
    • Performance enhanced when CEOS are family members.
    • Family ownership is infact an effective organisational structure and minority shareholders are not adversely affected by it.
  • 8. “… a man that doesn't spend time with his family can never be a real man.” -DON CORLEONE, GODFATHER, 1972
  • 9. QUESTIONS PLEASE!