Family Firm Institute Announces 2017 Quarter 3 Graduates of the FFI Global Education Network

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The Family Firm Institute (FFI) has announced the Q3 graduates of its Global Education Network (GEN) Certificate Program. More than 30 students representing eleven countries received Certificates in Family Business Advising and Family Wealth Advising this quarter.

The FFI Certificate in Family Business Advising (CFBA) and FFI Certificate in Family Wealth Advising (CFWA) benefit both family business advisors and their clients by establishing knowledge standards for better serving family-owned enterprises and families of wealth. Over 400 individuals from nearly 50 countries have completed the online and hybrid GEN programs, which were launched in 2012.

FFI GEN courses are designed for busy professionals and are available online 24/7. Each GEN course features both synchronous and asynchronous coursework, including 3–4 online self-paced lessons, and a Capstone final seminar at the end of the quarter. These final seminars are available online via live video conferencing. The distinguished, and internationally recognized, faculty are actively engaged in their respective fields as advisors, consultants, educators, therapists, attorneys, and wealth managers.

Certificate in Family Business Advising (CFBA)

Myria Antony, Deloitte, LLP, London, United Kingdom

Mette Ballari, Ernst & Young AS, Oslo Norway

Alexandre Barbellion, Ernst & Young Central America, San José, Costa Rica

Daniel Bayston, Cognient Group, LLC, Chicago, IL USA

Dan Beenken, University of Northern Iowa—Advanced Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA USA

Jeanne Bernick, Kcoe Isom, Walcott, IA USA

Andrea Bogarin-Ackerman, Implantium de México, Tijuana, México

Katherine Bullock, Ernst & Young LLP, Leeds, United Kingdom

Peter Coulthard, Ernst & Young London, London, United Kingdom

Stefanie Dena Martínez, Ernst & Young Mexico, México City, México

Girvan Gault, Ulster Bank Limted Northern Ireland, Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

Barry Goodman, SVA Value Accelerators, LLC, Chicago, IL USA

Matthew Hatcher NatWest Bank, Bristol, United Kingdom

Jonathan Keimig, University of St. Thomas, Minneapolis, MN USA

Patrick Luensmann, University of Northen Iowa—Center for Business Growth and Innovation, Cedar Falls, IA, USA

Marco Magenta, Ernst &…

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