“By putting Family First and Business Second, you have a better chance of building a 100 Year Legacy. The right balance has to be in place for every Family Business to drive Family Unity, Business Growth and Wealth Management.”
GLOBAL SPEAKER, AUTHOR & ENTREPRENEUR
REG ATHWAL | BIO
Reg is part of a multi-generational family legacy dating back to 1919, and the Head of its Single Family Office, based out of Dubai & Cayman Islands. He has built 15 startups to date, including RTS Global Partners, Family Business Academy and Fobillion Legacies, and worked directly with 206 UHNW Family Offices over 21 years, generating $12b+ in Revenue Growth & Equity Value.
In addition, he is a Global Educator, Mentor & Author of 7 books, whose delivered over 2,000 live speeches, and global programs for HBS, YPO, EO & Vistage, and hundreds of other universities and membership organizations.
He is the Founder & CEO of Verchool Holdings, a B2B Deep Tech start-up and ventures company, established in 2022 in Dubai & Silicon Valley, that recently closed its seed funding on a $50m valuation and now raising a $125m Series A round with VCs and Family Offices.
In his early years of life, Reg dropped out of University after 2 weeks and started his first company at the age 17, faced bankruptcy at 21, and then went on to build a $20m+ technology services firm by age 26.
He is passionate about research, entrepreneurship, technology, education, building legacies, sports and philanthropy, with a mission to support and educate the 160+ million abandoned and orphaned children in the world today.
The Athwal Family has pledged to give 50% of its total wealth in the future to fund sustainable projects that serve humanity via the TAO Legacy Trust and TAO Legacy Foundation.
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BUILD YOUR FAMILY LEGACY WITH REG ATHWAL
THE FAMILY BUSINESS MESSENGER
In this book, we have taken true family business events and real-life situation,s, witnessed over 21 years, however due to confidentiality, we have completely changed the names, locations, industries, cultures and generations. We’ve attempted to keep this book focused on the mild and wider issues that come up in family businesses and presented it all in a simple parable format with 24 stories.