UNH Center for Family Business
Looks at the Effects of Retirement on Family-Owned Businesses
March 31, 2004
DURHAM, N.H. -- The Center for Family Business will address the
issues of retirement and its effect on family-owned businesses during
a special presentation, “You've decided to retire, your family
is running the business, what do you do next and how do you do it?”
Wednesday, April 21, 2004, from 8 a.m. to noon. It includes a full
buffet breakfast at the Holiday Inn, 172 North Main Street, Concord.
This presentation will feature a case study of a family business
whose founder would like to retire but is dependent on the business
and a transition of ownership to his three sons for his retirement
income. Participants will discuss possible solutions to this situation
and the complications and implications inherent in these decisions.
A panel of experts will discuss the legal, financial, and funding
aspects of transitioning ownership within a family business. The
members include Pete Chandler and Joe Lovejoy of Baker, Newman and
Noyes; Tom Davidow of Genus Resources; Andy Lee of Mass Mutual;
and Jack Sanders of Pierce Atwood.
A special one-time trial registration fee of $125/person or $250/family
is offered for nonmembers for this presentation. The presentation
is free to UNH Center for Family Business members. To register,
or for more information call Barbara Draper at (603) 862-1107, or