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Pablo Aure Fariñez receives recognition as Fellow Member of the Family Firm Institute during the 2018 Global Conference

Pablo Aure

Pablo Aure

Pablo Aure Fariñez, consultant of Exaudi Family Business Consulting, has received recognition as Fellow Member of the Family Firm Institute (FFI) during the 2018 Global Conference, which took place from October 24 to October 26 in London, England. The Fellow status conferred by the FFI shows that besides being a member of the organization for more than 10 years, Pablo Aure Fariñez has completed the advanced studies program as part of the Global Education Network of the Family Firm Institute, through lectures in the FFI’s global conferences, or being published by the institute’s knowledge dissemination media.

This certificate is granted to those who have attained an ample professional knowledge and have acquired significant valuable experience in enterprising families and high patrimony families. This distinction also ensures the highest standards in the implementation of best practices.

In the words of Judy Green, President of the Family Firm Institute, by obtaining the Fellow status, Pablo Aure Fariñez has achieved a deeper understanding of the needs of the enterprising families and the roles that family members and non-family members play in them.

Members who obtain this recognition have access to avant garde information and resources that allow them to delve into key disciplines – psychology, finances, law and management – as well as having the possibility of forming collaborative groups. The FFI offers multidisciplinary educational programs to promote the strengthening of family businesses globally, through collaboration between academics and professionals engaged with family business consulting, thus creating a global network of professionals.

The Family Firm Institute is an international organization with more than 1,800 individual and corporate members in 88 countries, dedicated to the interdisciplinary training and relations between enterprising families, consultants, advisors, educators and researchers who are experts in high patrimony families. Its work focuses on the generation of knowledge and dissemination of latest trends and developments in the field of family business and high patrimony families. Being family businesses the main form of business organization, their contribution to both global economy ad societies is decisive. The FFI seeks to increase the understanding of the role of the family business as one of the main drivers of prosperity and overall growth of economy.

Ernesto BarriosLondon, England