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Appleby’s Nicola Bruce to appear on Citywealth panel

Nicola Bruce, partner in the Bermuda office of Appleby (File photograph)

Appleby Bermuda partner Nicola Bruce will be among the featured speakers at the second Citywealth Forum next month in London.

Ms Bruce, who works in the Private Client and Trusts department at the firm, will appear on a panel discussing trusts and how longer lives impact on multi-generational succession.

Citywealth, the award-winning media and events company for the global wealth management industry, will hold the forum on May 14 at The Clermont London, Charing Cross.

The full-day event is devoted to debates by experts around topics affecting the wealth management industry in a geopolitical context.

It will be opened by chairman Joshua Rubenstein, attorney and partner at law firm Katten Muchin Rosenman, New York, and closed by Sir Graham Brady MP, chairman of the 1922 Committee, who will give an overview of the political scene and recent turmoil with some references to the theme of the day.

The forum will cover topics including artificial intelligence, ethical investments, trusts, private debt, litigation, taxation and politics.

Prince Michael of Lichtenstein, executive chairman of leading trust company Industry & Finanzkontor, based in Vaduz, and member of the Princely House of Lichtenstein, will lead the debate around the topic of ethical investments in a geopolitical environment.

An update on the international finance centres will be delivered by Michael Crowe, chief executive at Isle of Man Finance; Joe Moynihan, head of Jersey Finance; and Rupert Pleasant at Guernsey Finance among others.

The forum will be moderated by Karen Jones, founder and chief executive of Citywealth, and David Cracknell, founder of Big Tent Communications PR agency.

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Published April 12, 2024 at 3:14 pm (Updated April 14, 2024 at 7:05 pm)

Appleby’s Nicola Bruce to appear on Citywealth panel

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