Capital G Private Wealth Conference registration opens
Registration is now open for the 2013 Capital G Private Wealth Conference featuring former Mexican President Felipe Calderón as the keynote speaker.
Held on April 11, the conference is comprised of an interactive panel discussion and seminars led by industry leaders, and will offer the opportunity for valuable dialogue on the issues currently affecting Wealth Management professionals and private investors.
President Calderón will be joined by an array of financial experts in the wealth management industry, including Jonathan Dahl, senior editor of the Wall Street Journal; Minister of Finance Bob Richards, James Gibbons, chairman of Capital G Bank; and Peter Hughes, group managing director of APEX Fund Services. The panellists will discuss the state of global economics and markets.
Other session topics include The Risk of Kidnap and Ransom, Macro Trends in the Equities Market, Non-Bermudian Real Estate, Covered for Life, FATCA Facts and Concierge Services.
The Capital G Private Wealth Conference began in 2010, and resumes this year to provide an advice-based framework for addressing the issues of topical relevance today to Bermudas high net worth segment.
According to conference organisers, the event will focus on the threats to wealth preservation in todays economy, effective strategies for wealth protection and ultimately wealth transfer by delivering sound, expert advice from a universe of well respected industry professionals on the issues of importance. By using real world scenarios to illustrate issues of relevance and strategies for effective management, the Conference provides an excellent networking platform for fortifying relationships, sharing best practices and generating new business potential for Capital G partners.
A special conference rate of $279 per night plus resort levy, tax and gratuities is available at the Fairmont Southampton for attending delegates. To secure this rate, please call Fairmont Southampton Reservations on 441-238-8000 and mention booking code CAPGPWC.
For more information visit capitalgpwc.com, or follow @capitalgpwc on Twitter. E-mail enquiries should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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