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Event Date Thu Jun 17 UTC (4 months ago)
In your timezone (EDT): Thu Jun 17 4:45am - Thu Jun 17 8:00am
Location Online
Region EMEA
Details

The global pandemic; the drop in oil prices below zero; Brexit; the US elections… 2020 has been a year of significant turbulence and change! As a result of this, families are having to adapt their strategies in order to prevail. More than ever, the role of family offices needs to be focused on ensuring longevity of wealth. To achieve this, family offices and those providing services to family offices must absolutely understand the current landscape, which is dramatically shifting.

The 2021 Family Office & Private Wealth Management (half-day) Forum is the ideal event for those working in, or providing, corporate services to Family Offices. Covering a range of topical areas, we will delve into how Covid-19 has affected Family Offices as well as assessing the key Brexit considerations for Family Offices. In response to geopolitical issues and the rising importance of climate change, our expert speakers will look at the rising popularity of alternative investment structures for family offices.

Having attended this forum, delegates will:
• Understand how Family Offices have been affected by the global pandemic and other geopolitical changes
• Have a broader understanding of alternative structures for family offices
• Appreciate the importance of adapting short-term strategy in response to turbulence, for long-term prosperity

Speakers

2021 Speakers

Dr Stuart Gibson
CEO & Founder of Gibson Strategy Limited

Richard Joynt
Executive Director, Ocorian

Robert Christie
Litigation Partner at Bedell Cristin

Ian Rumens
Global Executive Director, Head of Private Wealth Jersey at Intertrust Group

Catherine Grum
Partner – Head of Family Office Services, BDO London

Stuart Chandler
Head of Business Development at BPP CI