The theme of the third annual Monaco Wealth Forum is “Signposts in troubled times,” a reflection of the forward-looking nature of this top event.
Topics to be covered at the Monaco Wealth Forum on March 15 include: Where are we now? An examination of the international situation and its impact on wealth issues, led by alternative investment guru Christopher Cruden of Insch Capital, with Michel Santi and Caroline Garnham, both top experts in their fields; Monaco as a financial centre, with Ambassador Henri Fissore and Hugh Wade-Jones of Enness International, a company that has just established its presence in Monaco; Citizenship by Investment, with a special focus on Cyprus and the work of the Cyprus Developers’ Alliance, followed by a round table representing a number of jurisdictions across the world.
Following lunch at the Cafe de Paris, the Forum continues with Alternative Investments, including art, diamonds etc, with Antonio Cecere, real estate expert Olivia Hsu Decker. and Dr. Tahir Akhtar, of Adam Holdings. ‘Security and the need for extreme vigilance’ will follow, led by Alistair Galloway. The last speaker of the day will be Patrick Jephson, who will address the topic of Family Offices. No-one is better qualified on this topic of central importance to wealth managers, as Patrick served as private secretary to Princess Diana and has since worked at the highest levels of consultancy on both sides of the Atlantic.
In addition to the 3-course lunch, with wine, refreshments will be served throughout the day in the Salon Bellevue.
The Forum will be followed by a Champagne Reception and a whisky tasting courtesy of the Monte-Carlo Whisky Society. The informal post-Forum dinner – a great opportunity for will be at the Pacific Restaurant just 150 metres from the Salon Bellevue, from 19:30 – a great opportunity for speakers to mix with attendees and make and consolidate new contacts.
Subject to small changes. The cost is 300 euros, and for payment before March 10, 250 euros. Book your space by sending an email to ian@thewealthforums com