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RESEAR CH + RANKINGS


Far left: Lydia


Forte and Matthew Crudgington


Left: Jean-François Mazaud, head of SGPB


Below: Laura Carrere, Harri Broman, of Broman Group, and wife Heli Broman


In his prepared statement read to the


audience, Isla said the award was “a great honour given the other shortlisted candidates and I am sorry that I was not able to be there in person to collect it however, I am focused on final preparations for our results release. I wish you all a very enjoyable evening.” The prestigious gala dinner and awards


at Madrid’s Westin Palace was held in partnership with Societe Generale Private Banking (SGPB) for the seventh consecutive year. The Paris-based company has operated in Spain since 1906 and has branches in Madrid and Barcelona. SGPB head Jean-François Mazaud,


who presented the evening’s awards, told the audience that the Spanish economy had undergone an important transformation over the past few years. That transformation could not have been possible without family businesses, Mazaud said. “We measured that family businesses


were responsible for 89% of the activity generated by private companies in Spain. The contribution to the wealth of the country, the modernisation of the management, and the international expansion of Spanish companies has been major over the years. “Their great effort to expand abroad


has had an important reward in terms of growth and recovery, activity and competitiveness. “Their contribution in maintaining and


creating jobs during difficult times, like the recent (Global Financial) crisis cannot be forgotten.”


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Tim Jenkins, global business


commentator and former BBC News journalist, returned as master of ceremonies. Jenkins said the multigenerational families in the ballroom had “weathered wars, strange economic policies, maybe the odd dynastic squabble and certainly economic downturns.” But he urged members to “enjoy winning the battles ahead and the process of creating something new.” Among the guests were past winners,


including Andrea Prym-Bruck, part of Germany’s oldest family-owned business Prym Group, who accepted the Lifetime Achievement Award in 2016 with her adult children, and 2016 next-generation entrepreneur winner Bottletop founder Cameron Saul. Members of the judging panel present included Denise Kenyon- Rouvinez, family business professor at the Swiss-based IMD Global Family Business Center and Harri Broman, chief executive of Broman Group.


FAMILY


BUSINESSES’S CONTRIBUTION IN MAINTAINING AND CREATING JOBS DURING DIFFICULT





TIMES, LIKE THE RECENT (GLOBAL FINANCIAL) CRISIS, CANNOT


BE FORGOTTEN JEAN-FRANÇOIS MAZAUD, SOCIETE GENERALE PRIVATE BANKING


ISSUE 74 | 2018


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