When is the best time to talk to children about money and the family’s wealth? How do you pass values to children instead of just money? How does the generation that created the wealth avoid producing a generation without drive and ambition? How can you educate children to become good stewards of the family wealth? If you ever ask yourself these or similar questions, this episode of “Wealth Matters”, the radio show where we discuss the opportunities and challenges of preserving and managing wealth, is for you!
During this episode of “Wealth Matters,” attorneys Adam Gaslowitz and Craig Frankel lead a panel discussion with Donna Trammell, Director of Family Wealth Stewardship and Managing Director at Bessemer Trust; Barry Frankel, Partner-In-Charge of the Dispute Resolution Services Group at Habif, Arogeti & Wynne, LLP; and David Dodson, Executive Director and Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley Wealth Management. The topic of their discussion is “How Wealthy Families Can Talk With Their Children About Wealth.”
ABOUT DONNA TRAMMELL: As a Director of Family Wealth Stewardship and Managing Director at Bessemer Trust, Donna Leads Bessemer’s initiatives with next-generation education, family communication, and governance. She works directly with clients’ families on a range of issues, including tailoring wealth educational programs for individual family members, facilitating family meetings, and helping family members make decisions as a group. Donna shares best practices and practical techniques gleaned from Bessemer’s experience working with multigenerational families. She is a certified 21/64 multi-generational facilitator.
ABOUT BARRY FRANKEL: As a Partner in Charge of the Forensic Accounting, Litigation Support, and Business Valuation Services practice group of Habif, Arogeti & Wynne, LLP, Barry is a leader of a team that was named Georgia’s Outstanding Forensic Accounting practice for 2013 (and 2012) by The Daily Report. The services provided by his firm include internal investigations, transaction analysis, business valuations, damages calculations, and related matters. His personal experience includes commercial and domestic cases, and he is also an experienced mediator, an arbitrator, and a court-appointed Special Master/Auditor and Receiver. He works out both Atlanta and Sarasota, FL offices.
ABOUT DAVID DODSON: As a Financial Advisor and Executive Director at Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, David Dodson has been assisting client families and their advisors in devising, planning, and implementing wealth management and transfer strategies for approximately twenty years. Having served as a senior trust and estates specialist, as well as Division Director, with responsibility for the tax attorneys, trust specialists, and insurance specialists within Merrill Lynch’s Wealth Structuring Group from Michigan to Florida, David offers clients valuable perspective on the tools, strategies, and best practices related to the constructive transfer and efficient administration of significant wealth.
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