Veritage is the family coaching and advisory firm for wealth-owning families that best delivers on building your family’s capacity to thrive emotionally and financially. Working with families to humanise succession and transition through the development of relational safety, we offer a number of bespoke solutions and workshops designed to help families communicate with each other with clarity and honesty.

When Rules Need To Be Broken

Veritage founder, Franco Lombardo discusses the impact of rules.


Rules are meant to keep us safe and ensure that we are treated fairly, but what about the self-imposed rules and beliefs that we consciously and unconsciously adopt as a child? The beliefs that we learn from our family, our peers, culture, religion, and society at large – they are the rules that form our ‘narrative identity.’

In this powerful and interactive workshop, identify, explore, and challenge the unspoken rules that may exist in your own family and personal relationships. Discover how to communicate effectively, concisely, compassionately, and with integrity.

If Not You,
Then Who?

Veritage founder, Franco Lombardo discusses the importance of planning.


We all think the worst won’t happen, but what if it does and what if it happens suddenly? Without adequate preparation, the loss or absence of a key figure in a family business has the potential to harm the legacy of your family and its business.

Succession planning isn’t just about writing a will, it’s ensuring that in the event of a sudden loss everyone involved in the family business is emotionally, intellectually, financially and socially prepared. This personalised workshop incorporates practical tools and strategies designed to help your family build trust and communication with one another, ensuring that any unspoken words don’t go left unsaid.

Emotional Traditions

Veritage founder, Franco Lombardo discusses the importance of your beliefs.


Families all over the world adopt traditions that are inevitably passed down from one generation to the next. Some may be customary practices or celebrations influenced by culture or religion, whilst others may have been established over time through a family’s own unique culture and the characters within it.

This engaging and interactive workshop will help you to understand how your beliefs, both individually and collectively, influence your behaviour and decision making. Together you will build a roadmap for successful leadership and succession, underpinned by a set of shared values and purpose, to create a culture of family and business alignment.

Our Coaching Process

The Veritage Process is an integrated experience that encompasses the entire family system. Working at an individual, relational and collective level, our approach is collaborative to ensure that your unique needs and goals are in alignment.

Relational safety is at the heart of long-term success and enables individuals to express ideas, share thoughts and celebrate learnings without fear of judgment or reprisal. We work with you to design a roadmap that ignites creativity, sparks innovation and secures your business and family, today and tomorrow.

Education Session

We begin the process by introducing you to our unique proven tools and concepts. This workshop offers you an opportunity to reflect on your current challenges, identify potential areas of growth and express your desired reality.

Foundations of Individual Safety

Through a series of 1-1 meetings, we discover your individual beliefs and behaviours and the impact they may be having on others. These meetings lay the foundation for the relational and familial safety sessions to follow.

Relational and Family Safety Development

Reuniting you as a group, we deepen relationships, build trust and promote self-accountability. Practicing your learnings, you will develop a guiding roadmap that serves as a blueprint to secure your current and future success.

Next Gen Roadmap Development

Specifically developed for Next Gen, we use experiential learning to prepare you for the future. We equip you with the tools and techniques to be able to make unified decisions within a new, established or future business venture.



Have you considered what will happen when the time comes for you to step down and hand over the reins? 

Next Gen

How much do you know about your family’s business and do you know if you want to take over the business?


Are you ready to let go or take over the business and do you know what this would practically mean for you?