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For more than half a century, Wharton has partnered with some of the most innovative companies and organizations from around the world to develop their leaders. Our faculty, combined with an extensive global network of industry experts, ensures that we can bring program participants the most timely, relevant, and practical tools and frameworks that can be put to immediate use within their companies or organizations.

Targeting senior decision-makers from professional sports teams, Executive Sports Management presents the latest best practices in sports leadership, corporate governance, and brand value creation, plus the most effective ways to use technology and management to capture the hearts and minds of fans. Wharton and Miami International Executive Education are co-delivering this program, which will feature successful sports executives who will share their challenges and successes in growing their franchise.

Family Governance LATAM, developed by Wharton in collaboration with the Family Business and School (a pioneer in providing educational forums to high-net-worth families and wealth advisors in Latin America), will help participants learn how appropriate governance and communication strategies can be used to mitigate many critical issues.

As a grandson of a legendary retailer who was nicknamed "the Sam Walton of Brazil", now tasked with managing some of the wealth raised in a $1.2 billion IPO in 2013, Raphael Klein seeks a maximum return on his family's investments. But that is not Klein's No. 1 priority.

Private Wealth Management LATAM builds on the capabilities that can help you oversee the management of you family office and ensure that the assets of your clients'family business continue to grow as their business grows.

Miami-based program aims to improve wealth management and asset allocation for family-run firms

Natalie Klein and her brother Raphael are relatively new to the world of private wealth management. Members of one of Brazil's oldest and most prestigious retail families, their generation is tasked with helping guide their family's future and fortune.

LATAM programs provide investment knowledge and financial industry insights to wealthy business owners and their advisors.

Nine out of 10 Latin American companies are family-owned firms, yet only 30 percent of these businesses survive to the second generation, according to research conducted by the Family Business and Office School, a pioneer in providing private-wealth-management training and education to this high-net-worth demographic in Latin America and Miami.

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