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Backing women leaders

DAVID HARLAND is the managing director of FINH and works exclusively with multigenerational family businesses. He holds both national and international accreditation in the field of family advising and family wealth.

In an article for Quartz at Work, EY’s Carrie Hall writes, “At a time when gender parity remains elusive at all levels of business management, family firms are especially compelling options for women who aspire

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