| Seminar

3rd FBNJ Workshop Information 2024

Thank you very much for your understanding and cooperation with the activities of FBN Japan.

According to estimates by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), more than 60% of business owners will be over 70 years of age by 2025, and 1.27 million small and medium-sized companies will face a shortage of successors. The Government is therefore working to promote asset succession by, for example, revising the business succession taxation system. Naturally, such efforts are necessary, but is that enough?

In this issue, Mr Takashi Yoneda, a member of the Association and, until last year, a faculty member in charge of family business at Waseda University Business School for 10 years, and currently an invited researcher at the International Institute of Family Business, Waseda University Research Institute, focuses on the significance of intangible assets required for the perpetuation of family businesses, He will talk about the value of perpetuating family businesses, the use of family offices and case studies.

The seminar is packed with interesting topics, so please come and join us.


Date and time: Friday, 26 April 2024, 19:00-21:00

Venue: Akasaka K-Tower 22F, 1-2-7, Moto-Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line and Ginza Line Akasaka-mitsuke Station, Exit B, approx. 1 min walk.

Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line Exit 5, Hanzomon Line Exit 7, Namboku Line Exit 9a: 3 minutes walk from Nagatacho Station.

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Fee: Members/free Non-members/3,000 yen Zoom participants/free

Time Schedule

18:30 – Doors open

19:00 – Opening & Announcements

19:10 – Title: Running a family business

Considering the significance of intangible assets required for the perpetuation of the family

Mr. Takashi Yoneda, President, Global Link Associates Inc.

20 : 30 – Social exchange

21 : 00 – Closing

Registration: If you wish to attend by around 22 April (Mon), please register by replying to the e-mail or register below.


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