Parallel Conflicting Worlds of Company, Ownership and Family
Coping with business crises is only one side of the medal. Compounding the problem in case that the company concerned is a family company is the fact that here, a family crisis has to be mastered in parallel.
As a coach and mediator of different family interests, Grosz Brothers here again are searching for solutions for problems and conflicts. This requires additional skills that go far beyond the technical know-how of a mere company restructuring.
We know best how to deal with the “family factor” in family companies. As we ourselves are a family company, too, we recognise dynamics and sensitivities in this context.
- Family member who neither holds shares in the company nor works in the company
- Shareholder who neither belongs to the family nor works in the company
- Employee in the company who neither is part of the family nor holds shares
- Family member who is a shareholder in the company, but does not work in the company
- Employee of the company who is a shareholder in the company, but does not belong to the family
- Family member who works in the company, but does not hold shares
- Familiy member who holds shares in the company as well as works in the company
In this difficult environment, Grosz Brothers position themselves as an experienced company restructurer, as a mediator between the different interests of the individual stakeholders and as a guardian of the asset shares.