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Family Business Survey
November – December 2022
Silvan Mifsud, Chairperson Family Business Committee
THE MALTA CHAMBER
OF COMMERCE, ENTERPRISE
AND INDUSTRY
Charting the Course for your Family Business
• Why are we here today?
• What challenges are family business facing
today?
• One tool – GOOD GOVERNANCE
• GOOD GOVERNANCE is made of STRUCTURE
AND MINDSET
Governance
Charting the Course for your Family Business:
Total
Replies 115
Yes 96 83%
No 19 17%
96, 83%
19, 17%
Yes No
Do you have a functioning board of directors that meets
regularly to discuss the present performance and future
direction of the family business?
Governance
Charting the Course for your Family Business:
If you don’t have a functioning board of directors, how does the family
business go about taking strategic decisions about its future direction?
“By talking matters as and when they arise and as necessary”
“Company has 1 director and he makes the decisions after management puts forward proposals”
“A meeting is only held when important decisions need to be taken. Other day to day decisions are
discussed during the working time since we work in the same environment.”
“I take decisions for my business.”
“The director that holds most shares in the company take decisions”
“Informal discussions - While together at office we discuss usually after work when all is quiet.”
“We discuss adhoc”
Strategic Planning
Does the family business have a written strategic plan
which is regularly reviewed?
Total Replies 114
Yes we do 38 33%
No, but we need to
get there 57 50%
No, we do not need
it 19 17%
38, 33%
57, 50%
19, 17%
Yes we do No, but we need to get there No, we do not need it
Charting the Course for your Family Business:
Succession Planning
Do you have a written succession plan?
Charting the Course for your Family Business:
Total
Replies 108
Yes 38 35%
No 70 65%
38, 35%
70, 65%
Yes No
Succession Planning
If you don’t have a written succession plan, can you describe if anything is being
done to plan who will be leading the family business beyond the present
leadership?
Charting the Course for your Family Business:
• We have not yet written a succession plan as all current shareholders are below the age of 45.
• We are currently discussing the way forward
• They have to decide who will lead
• We just took over the business (second generation) and we are struggling.
• Its a work in progress
• No plan in place. Nothing is being done.
• We are asking consultancy at commercial advocate, we are concentrating about transferring the shares.
• Yes we already know who will be leading the business beyond the present leadership.
• The next generation of our families are still too young to plan beyond the present leadership.
• It has been verbally discussed for many years but it has not been written down
• Our son is very keen on taking on the business after finishing studies
• In the future, one hopes to pass on the business to their Children.
• The persons who are currently leading the business are very young
• We are planning to start doing it
• Discussions are ongoing but there are limitations that are hard to get over.
• At the moment we are discussing with a lawyer how to transfer the business to the children and give some advantage to
the children working in the business over the children who are not .
Succession Planning
If you don’t have a written succession plan, can you describe if anything is being
done to plan who will be leading the family business beyond the present
leadership?
Charting the Course for your Family Business:
• We did have a plan but unfortunately our children have opted out.
• We have not yet written the succession plan, but we are currently establishing the management structure and eventual will
have a written succession plan.
• We are in the process of having discussions, to tie all the pieces of the succession plan together. The “management
succession” plan, the “ownership succession” plan, and the “family business rules” Obviously this is a very emotional and
sensitive subject.
• Yes there are plans but they are not yet cast in stone.
• Two of my children are working in the business and one of them is already a director
• Constantly in mind in all we do but difficult to plan as the first generation refuses to let go
• Its is being formulated by the assistance of consultants.
• Yes, we have on going discussions within the family members working in the company
• This is being studied in line with general corporate and ESG strategy. As the family will be moving into the third generation
the need for succession planning has become more relevant.
Family Business Priorities
Please rank the importance you give to each of the following from 1 to 5 (1 being the least and 5 being the
most), with regard to your family business:
Charting the Course for your Family Business:
19th 18th 17th 16th 15th 14th 13th 12th 11th 10th 9th 8th 7th 6th 5th 4th 3rd 2nd 1st
Pursuing
strategic
acquisitions or
mergers
Beefing up
your board of
directors with
Independent
& Non-
Executive
Directors
Increasing
investments in
innovation
and R&D
Increasing
collaborati
on with
other
companies
, even
competito
rs
Family
Employme
nt policy,
Dividend
Policy,
Family
Constituti
on, etc) to
have the
family
business
run on
more
Increasing
your
present
labour
force
Increasing
organisati
on’s social
responsibil
ity
Increasing
involvement
of the next
generation in
decision-
making/mana
gement as
part of the
succession
plan journey
Rethinking
/changing/
adapting
the
business
model
Introducin
g new
products/s
ervices
Becoming
more
environme
ntally
friendly in
your
operations
Training and
re-skilling
your
employees in
both
technical
skills and soft
skills like
leadership
and
communicati
on skills
Investing
and
expanding
into new
markets/cl
ient
segments
Improvin
g digital
capabiliti
es
Increasing
the use of
new
technologi
es to
automate
processes
and
increase
efficiency
Improving
your
organisati
onal
structure
Improving
your
financial
performan
ce
(cashflow,
profitabilit
y) to
survive
Having
regular and
timely
reporting
of financial
performan
ce and key
KPIs
Retaining
your present
labour force
Least Important Most Important
Derived Insights from Survey
Charting the Course for your Family Business
Derived Insights on Family Businesses from Su
(1) 50% of family business who declared that they have a functioning BOD, then do not
have a written strategic plan or do not need one.
(2) 95% of those family businesses who declared that they do NOT have a functioning
Board of Directors, do not have a written strategic plan.
(3) 73% of family businesses that declared that they do NOT have a written strategic plan
also have no written succession plan.
(4) 51% of those family businesses that declared that they have a written strategic plan
also have a written succession plan.
Charting the Course for your Family Business:
Derived Insights on Family Businesses from Su
Are the priorities of those family businesses that have a functioning board of directors the
same as those not having one?
Charting the Course for your Family Business:
Top Priorities for those NOT having a functioning Board of Directors Top Priorities of those having a functioning Board of Directors
1st Retaining present labour force 1st
Having regular and timely reporting of financial performance and key
KPIs
2nd Improving your financial performance (cashflow, profitability) to survive 2nd Retaining your present labour force
3rd Improving digital capabilities 3rd Improving your organisational structure
4th Improving your organisational structure 4th Improving your financial performance (cashflow, profitability) to survive
5th Expanding into new markets/client segments 5th Rethinking/changing/adapting the business model
6th Becoming more enviromentally friendly in their operations 6th Improving digital capabilities
7th
Increasing the use of new technologies to automate processes and increase
efficiency 7th Investing and expanding into new markets/client segments
8th Introducing new products/services 8th Becoming more environmentally friendly in your operations
9th
Training and re-skilling your employees in both technical skills and soft skills
like leadership and communication skills 9th Introducing new products/services
10th
Increasing involvement of the next generation in decision-
making/management as part of the succession plan journey 10th
Training and re-skilling your employees in both technical skills and soft
skills like leadership and communication skill
It is clear that those family businesses having a functioning BoD give great importance to timely financial reporting as
they would need to report to the Board as opposed to those not having a Board. Also those family businesses having a
board give importance to re-think & adapt their business model, while those not having a Board do not give great
importance to this.
Derived Insights on Family Businesses from Su
Are the priorities of those family businesses that have a written strategic plan the same as
those not having one?
Charting the Course for your Family Business:
It is clear that those family businesses that have a written strategic plan give more importance to the training & reskilling of their
workforce and the re-thinking of their business model than those family businesses with no written strategic plan
Top Priorities for those having a written strategic Plan Top Priorities for those NOT having a written strategic Plan
1st
Having regular and timely reporting of financial performance and key
KPIs 1st Retaining your present labour force
2nd Improving your organisational structure 2nd
Having regular and timely reporting of financial performance and key
KPIs
3rd
Improving your financial performance (cashflow, profitability) to
survive 3rd Improving your organisational structure
4th Retaining your present labour force 4th
Improving your financial performance (cashflow, profitability) to
survive
5th
Training and re-skilling your employees in both technical skills and
soft skills like leadership and communication skills 5th Improving digital capabilities
6th Improving digital capabilities 6th
Increasing the use of new technologies to automate processes and
increase efficiency
7th Becoming more environmentally friendly in your operations 7th Investing and expanding into new markets/client segments
8th Investing and expanding into new markets/client segments 8th Introducing new products/services
9th Introducing new products/services 9th Becoming more environmentally friendly in your operations
10th Rethinking/changing/adapting the business model 10th
Increasing involvement of the next generation in decision-
making/management as part of the succession plan journey
Derived Insights on Family Businesses from Su
Are the priorities of those family businesses that have a written Succession plan the same
as those not having one?
Charting the Course for your Family Business:
It is clear that those family businesses that have a written succession plan give more importance to the training and re-skilling of their
employees and the increased involvement of the next generation than those family businesses who do not have a written succession
plan.
Top Priorities for those having a written Succession Plan Top Priorities for those NOT having a written Succession Plan
1st Retaining your present labour force 1st Retaining your present labour force
2nd Improving your organisational structure 2nd
Improving your financial performance (cashflow,
profitability) to survive
3rd
Increasing the use of new technologies to automate processes and increase
efficiency 3rd
Having regular and timely reporting of financial
performance and key KPIs
4th Having regular and timely reporting of financial performance and key KPIs 4th Improving your organisational structure
5th Improving your financial performance (cashflow, profitability) to survive 5th Improving digital capabilities
6th
Training and re-skilling your employees in both technical skills and soft skills
like leadership and communication skill 6th
Increasing the use of new technologies to automate
processes and increase efficiency
7th Improving digital capabilities 7th
Investing and expanding into new markets/client
segments
8th
Increasing involvement of the next generation in decision-
making/management as part of the succession plan journey 8th
Becoming more environmentally friendly in your
operations
9th Investing and expanding into new markets/client segments 9th Introducing new products/services
10th Becoming more environmentally friendly in your operations 10th Rethinking/changing/adapting the business model

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Family Business Survey - Presentation.pptx

  • 1. Family Business Survey November – December 2022 Silvan Mifsud, Chairperson Family Business Committee THE MALTA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, ENTERPRISE AND INDUSTRY
  • 2. Charting the Course for your Family Business • Why are we here today? • What challenges are family business facing today? • One tool – GOOD GOVERNANCE • GOOD GOVERNANCE is made of STRUCTURE AND MINDSET
  • 3. Governance Charting the Course for your Family Business: Total Replies 115 Yes 96 83% No 19 17% 96, 83% 19, 17% Yes No Do you have a functioning board of directors that meets regularly to discuss the present performance and future direction of the family business?
  • 4. Governance Charting the Course for your Family Business: If you don’t have a functioning board of directors, how does the family business go about taking strategic decisions about its future direction? “By talking matters as and when they arise and as necessary” “Company has 1 director and he makes the decisions after management puts forward proposals” “A meeting is only held when important decisions need to be taken. Other day to day decisions are discussed during the working time since we work in the same environment.” “I take decisions for my business.” “The director that holds most shares in the company take decisions” “Informal discussions - While together at office we discuss usually after work when all is quiet.” “We discuss adhoc”
  • 5. Strategic Planning Does the family business have a written strategic plan which is regularly reviewed? Total Replies 114 Yes we do 38 33% No, but we need to get there 57 50% No, we do not need it 19 17% 38, 33% 57, 50% 19, 17% Yes we do No, but we need to get there No, we do not need it Charting the Course for your Family Business:
  • 6. Succession Planning Do you have a written succession plan? Charting the Course for your Family Business: Total Replies 108 Yes 38 35% No 70 65% 38, 35% 70, 65% Yes No
  • 7. Succession Planning If you don’t have a written succession plan, can you describe if anything is being done to plan who will be leading the family business beyond the present leadership? Charting the Course for your Family Business: • We have not yet written a succession plan as all current shareholders are below the age of 45. • We are currently discussing the way forward • They have to decide who will lead • We just took over the business (second generation) and we are struggling. • Its a work in progress • No plan in place. Nothing is being done. • We are asking consultancy at commercial advocate, we are concentrating about transferring the shares. • Yes we already know who will be leading the business beyond the present leadership. • The next generation of our families are still too young to plan beyond the present leadership. • It has been verbally discussed for many years but it has not been written down • Our son is very keen on taking on the business after finishing studies • In the future, one hopes to pass on the business to their Children. • The persons who are currently leading the business are very young • We are planning to start doing it • Discussions are ongoing but there are limitations that are hard to get over. • At the moment we are discussing with a lawyer how to transfer the business to the children and give some advantage to the children working in the business over the children who are not .
  • 8. Succession Planning If you don’t have a written succession plan, can you describe if anything is being done to plan who will be leading the family business beyond the present leadership? Charting the Course for your Family Business: • We did have a plan but unfortunately our children have opted out. • We have not yet written the succession plan, but we are currently establishing the management structure and eventual will have a written succession plan. • We are in the process of having discussions, to tie all the pieces of the succession plan together. The “management succession” plan, the “ownership succession” plan, and the “family business rules” Obviously this is a very emotional and sensitive subject. • Yes there are plans but they are not yet cast in stone. • Two of my children are working in the business and one of them is already a director • Constantly in mind in all we do but difficult to plan as the first generation refuses to let go • Its is being formulated by the assistance of consultants. • Yes, we have on going discussions within the family members working in the company • This is being studied in line with general corporate and ESG strategy. As the family will be moving into the third generation the need for succession planning has become more relevant.
  • 9. Family Business Priorities Please rank the importance you give to each of the following from 1 to 5 (1 being the least and 5 being the most), with regard to your family business: Charting the Course for your Family Business: 19th 18th 17th 16th 15th 14th 13th 12th 11th 10th 9th 8th 7th 6th 5th 4th 3rd 2nd 1st Pursuing strategic acquisitions or mergers Beefing up your board of directors with Independent & Non- Executive Directors Increasing investments in innovation and R&D Increasing collaborati on with other companies , even competito rs Family Employme nt policy, Dividend Policy, Family Constituti on, etc) to have the family business run on more Increasing your present labour force Increasing organisati on’s social responsibil ity Increasing involvement of the next generation in decision- making/mana gement as part of the succession plan journey Rethinking /changing/ adapting the business model Introducin g new products/s ervices Becoming more environme ntally friendly in your operations Training and re-skilling your employees in both technical skills and soft skills like leadership and communicati on skills Investing and expanding into new markets/cl ient segments Improvin g digital capabiliti es Increasing the use of new technologi es to automate processes and increase efficiency Improving your organisati onal structure Improving your financial performan ce (cashflow, profitabilit y) to survive Having regular and timely reporting of financial performan ce and key KPIs Retaining your present labour force Least Important Most Important
  • 10. Derived Insights from Survey Charting the Course for your Family Business
  • 11. Derived Insights on Family Businesses from Su (1) 50% of family business who declared that they have a functioning BOD, then do not have a written strategic plan or do not need one. (2) 95% of those family businesses who declared that they do NOT have a functioning Board of Directors, do not have a written strategic plan. (3) 73% of family businesses that declared that they do NOT have a written strategic plan also have no written succession plan. (4) 51% of those family businesses that declared that they have a written strategic plan also have a written succession plan. Charting the Course for your Family Business:
  • 12. Derived Insights on Family Businesses from Su Are the priorities of those family businesses that have a functioning board of directors the same as those not having one? Charting the Course for your Family Business: Top Priorities for those NOT having a functioning Board of Directors Top Priorities of those having a functioning Board of Directors 1st Retaining present labour force 1st Having regular and timely reporting of financial performance and key KPIs 2nd Improving your financial performance (cashflow, profitability) to survive 2nd Retaining your present labour force 3rd Improving digital capabilities 3rd Improving your organisational structure 4th Improving your organisational structure 4th Improving your financial performance (cashflow, profitability) to survive 5th Expanding into new markets/client segments 5th Rethinking/changing/adapting the business model 6th Becoming more enviromentally friendly in their operations 6th Improving digital capabilities 7th Increasing the use of new technologies to automate processes and increase efficiency 7th Investing and expanding into new markets/client segments 8th Introducing new products/services 8th Becoming more environmentally friendly in your operations 9th Training and re-skilling your employees in both technical skills and soft skills like leadership and communication skills 9th Introducing new products/services 10th Increasing involvement of the next generation in decision- making/management as part of the succession plan journey 10th Training and re-skilling your employees in both technical skills and soft skills like leadership and communication skill It is clear that those family businesses having a functioning BoD give great importance to timely financial reporting as they would need to report to the Board as opposed to those not having a Board. Also those family businesses having a board give importance to re-think & adapt their business model, while those not having a Board do not give great importance to this.
  • 13. Derived Insights on Family Businesses from Su Are the priorities of those family businesses that have a written strategic plan the same as those not having one? Charting the Course for your Family Business: It is clear that those family businesses that have a written strategic plan give more importance to the training & reskilling of their workforce and the re-thinking of their business model than those family businesses with no written strategic plan Top Priorities for those having a written strategic Plan Top Priorities for those NOT having a written strategic Plan 1st Having regular and timely reporting of financial performance and key KPIs 1st Retaining your present labour force 2nd Improving your organisational structure 2nd Having regular and timely reporting of financial performance and key KPIs 3rd Improving your financial performance (cashflow, profitability) to survive 3rd Improving your organisational structure 4th Retaining your present labour force 4th Improving your financial performance (cashflow, profitability) to survive 5th Training and re-skilling your employees in both technical skills and soft skills like leadership and communication skills 5th Improving digital capabilities 6th Improving digital capabilities 6th Increasing the use of new technologies to automate processes and increase efficiency 7th Becoming more environmentally friendly in your operations 7th Investing and expanding into new markets/client segments 8th Investing and expanding into new markets/client segments 8th Introducing new products/services 9th Introducing new products/services 9th Becoming more environmentally friendly in your operations 10th Rethinking/changing/adapting the business model 10th Increasing involvement of the next generation in decision- making/management as part of the succession plan journey
  • 14. Derived Insights on Family Businesses from Su Are the priorities of those family businesses that have a written Succession plan the same as those not having one? Charting the Course for your Family Business: It is clear that those family businesses that have a written succession plan give more importance to the training and re-skilling of their employees and the increased involvement of the next generation than those family businesses who do not have a written succession plan. Top Priorities for those having a written Succession Plan Top Priorities for those NOT having a written Succession Plan 1st Retaining your present labour force 1st Retaining your present labour force 2nd Improving your organisational structure 2nd Improving your financial performance (cashflow, profitability) to survive 3rd Increasing the use of new technologies to automate processes and increase efficiency 3rd Having regular and timely reporting of financial performance and key KPIs 4th Having regular and timely reporting of financial performance and key KPIs 4th Improving your organisational structure 5th Improving your financial performance (cashflow, profitability) to survive 5th Improving digital capabilities 6th Training and re-skilling your employees in both technical skills and soft skills like leadership and communication skill 6th Increasing the use of new technologies to automate processes and increase efficiency 7th Improving digital capabilities 7th Investing and expanding into new markets/client segments 8th Increasing involvement of the next generation in decision- making/management as part of the succession plan journey 8th Becoming more environmentally friendly in your operations 9th Investing and expanding into new markets/client segments 9th Introducing new products/services 10th Becoming more environmentally friendly in your operations 10th Rethinking/changing/adapting the business model