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FFI members come from a wide variety of professional backgrounds, including finance, law, behavioral science, and management science. They are professionals, researchers, educators and family enterprise owners. Our nearly 2,000 members come from more than 80 countries and are actively involved in helping shape the organization and the field of family enterprise.
  • 65% of the members are family enterprise advisors and consultants; 30% are educators, researchers, and students; and 5% family enterprise members.
  • Members practices range from niche-oriented sole practitioners to small boutique consulting firms to major professional companies and related professional associations worldwide. Members serve families of wealth and family enterprises at all levels — from local entrepreneurs to international Fortune 500 companies.

More than 100 academic institutions worldwide have created family enterprise research and/or educational centers or specialized family business-oriented curriculum. Educators, researchers and directors of these centers are active participants in FFI.

Go here to learn more about FFI member resources and how to get involved in the organization, making the most of your membership.

Have questions? Call us at 617-482-3045 or email us at [email protected].

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Member Resources

Every October, in locations around the world, FFI presents the trademark event for family enterprise professionals. FFI members receive discounts to attend the conference. Plan to meet with and learn from colleagues as well as luminaries in the field. Visit to learn more and register.

Professional Certificates in Family Business Advising (CFBA), Family Wealth Advising (CFWA) and Advanced Certificates in both.

Create and manage your profile, search the directory, add your resume, cv, or publications, and more.

Connect with other members on FFI’s private social network, share information, join discussion groups, and manage your member preferences.

Join or start your own Study Group. These groups are organized around a particular topic of interest, language, or geography. Groups meet in person, or virtually via video conferencing and have access to private discussion boards, file sharing and more.


Family Business Review
To access FBR online, sign in to your member account at then click on “access FBR” and you will be automatically logged in to read articles published in FBR since 1988.

FFI on Friday
Our weekly members-only digital newsletter bringing you news and announcements.

FFI Practitioner
The weekly digital newsletter, FFI Practitioner provides thought-provoking analysis, trends and research affecting professionals in the family enterprise community.