Study Groups
Keng-Fun Loh, chair

The Asian Circle is an online forum to educate, connect and inspire the Asian practitioners in the field of family enterprise. This is a multi-disciplinary group designed for advisors and consultants who have been practicing in the field in Asia.

Shannon Zur, chair

Members of the Chicago FFI multidisciplinary study group devote a day four times a year to interdisciplinary dialogue. Each member of the group has worked on and presented their own family genogram and rotate the presentations of cases. In addition, the group has invited outside presenters on specific topics to spend an hour with the group.

Natalie McVeigh, chair
Elle Hansen, co-chair

The Next Gen Practitioners Study Group is an online forum to educate, connect and inspire the next generation of practitioners in the field of family enterprise. This is a multidisciplinary study group designed for advisors and consultants who have been practicing in the field for more than 6 years.

Daniel Lorenzo, chair

This study group is an online forum to educate, connect and inspire members located in or interested in family enterprise issues in Latin America and Spain. The official language of the group is Spanish.

Richard Lutringer, chair

This study group is a venue for FFI members with mediation skills to share developments in the field of dispute resolution through discussion of their practical experience, skill building, marketing, and other related matters. In addition to discussions among members, the group will host presentations by members and recognized thought leaders in various mediation disciplines, as well as related fields, including developments in psychology and neuroscience.

David M. Paradise, chair

The mission of our group is to provide a safe, confidential place for our members to discuss various client service issues and engagements using a format of peer consultation.

Susan Schoenfeld, chair

The New York Study Group is dedicated to building relationships, sharing best practices, increasing knowledge, and facilitating case discussion among family business consultants.

The North Texas FFI Study Group meets once or twice a year in Dallas.
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