• Service: Enterprise, Family business
  • Type: Business and industry issue
  • Date: 4/24/2013

ADEFAM and KPMG sign agreement to promote family business in Madrid 

The Association for the Development of Family Business Madrid (ADEFAM) and KPMG in Spain have signed an agreement to promote the dynamism of family business in Madrid. This alliance allows for the joint development of activities targeted at ADEFAM members. KPMG will be a significant contributor of knowledge and expertise to the association, and both organizations will work together to promote family businesses in Madrid.

The agreement also means that KPMG’ Spanish member firm will offer ADEFAM members access to various workshops aimed at professional managers and family businesses.

Joint family business events and forums

ADEFAM and KPMG are already working on developing a program of workshops in the coming months, to respond to the future challenges that family businesses in Madrid face, in order to strengthen their competitiveness in an environment characterized by the reduction of demand and successive changes occurred in the financial economic framework.

About ADEFAM, the Regional Association of Family Business

ADEFAM brings together 80 companies whose aggregate turnover is EU 13.882 million, the equivalent of 7.41 percent of the Community of Madrid GDP, and employs 144,608 workers. It is part of the network of the Asociaciones Territoriales de Empresa (Regional Associations of Family Business), related to the Instituto de la Empresa Familiar (IEF) (Family Business Institute), and is a member of the Family Business Network (FBN), an association based in Lausanne (Switzerland) and composed of nearly 1,700 members from 50 countries.

Its main objectives as an association are to support and defend the interests of family businesses in the Autonomous Community of Madrid and contribute to their development.

About KPMG International

KPMG is a global network of professional firms providing Audit, Tax and Advisory services. We operate in 156 countries and have 152,000 people working in member firms around the world. The independent member firms of the KPMG network are affiliated with KPMG International Cooperative (“KPMG International”), a Swiss entity. Each KPMG firm is a legally distinct and separate entity and describes itself as such.

For further details:

Enrique Armendáriz

+91 431 73 25

Marga Becedas

+34 91 456 34 00

Click here to visit the Spanish website

Juan José Cano Ferrer

Juan José Cano Ferrer
Juan José is currently responsible for the National Market program in KPMG, focus mainly on providing service to middle market and family business companies.

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