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National Family Office Forum

Event : National Family Office Forum

Tue, 29/01/2013  
Conducted by : World Congress
Contact : Alexis Burgess

 The 2013 National Family Office Forum will focus on the current trends of operating and investing as a single and multi family office, including:

Defining the steps to building a single and multi family office, and understanding the objectives and obstacles for each
Assessing the benefits of utilizing a family office structure for your family and business
Examining and managing family dynamics, conflict resolution and succession planning
Building the most optimal governance structure to fit your family office's need
This conference will give attendees key insight to:
Appropriately choosing an investment manager for your office
Identifying and mitigating potential risk factors
Determining how sustainability may impact family offices' long-term     strategy and investment methods
Analyzing and finding solutions to SEC regulatory constraints and initiatives
Exploring and analyzing emerging markets
Who Should Attend:
Members and Executives of Single and Multi Family Offices including:
Founders
CEO, CIO, CFO, CAO, or COO
Partner
Portfolio Managers
Head of Investment Committee
Investment Consultants
Asset Managers 
Investment Managers
 


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