Boston, MA (PRWEB)
January 14, 2018
The Family Firm Institute (FFI) has announced the 2017 Fellows and Q4 graduates of its Global Education Network (GEN) Certificate Program.
The CFBA and CFWA certificates as well as the Advanced Certifcates (ACFBA and ACFWA) benefit both family business advisors and their clients by establishing knowledge standards for better serving family-owned enterprises and families of wealth. More than 400 individuals from nearly 50 countries have completed the online and hybrid GEN programs, which were launched in 2012.
FFI Fellow is the highest level of the GEN program. Recipients have completed either the CFBA or CFWA, as well as one of the Advanced certificates; have presented at an FFI global conference or published in the Family Business Review or FFI Practioner; and have been an FFI member for at least 10 years.
Receiving certificates on December 31 were:
Certificate in Family Business Advising (CFBA)
Ricardo Belo, Ernst & Young Brazil, Brazil SA
Jessica Grenier, Ecole Entrepreneurship de Beauce (EEB), Saint-Georges, Quebec, Canada
William F. Hamilton, Ernst & Young LLC, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Katelyn Milne Husereau, CFAR, Boston, MA USA
Andrew J. Krause, Jr., Falls River Group, Napes, FL USA
Devra Ochs, Ochtree Coaching, Denver, CO USA
Hugh Pickering, Deloitte LLP, London, United Kingdom
Carolina Queiroz de Melo Monteiro, Ernst & Young Brazil, Brazil SA
Darren White, Ernst & Young, Aukland, New Zealand
Certificate in Family Wealth Advising (CFWA)
Osezele Agenmonmen, Agen Longspan Industry, Benin City, Nigeria
Certificate in Family Business Advising (CFBA) and Family Wealth Advising (CFWA)
Daniel J. Frosh, Frosh Family Business Consulting, Encino, CA USA
Maxime Paulhus Gosselin, RCGT, Montreal, Quebec, Canada