The Family Office Forum London is the meeting of genuine* Family Offices based in England.
The Family Office Forum London, 21 – 22 October 2014 has a simple formula:
More Family Officers and Principals than solution providers on stage.
More Family Officers and Principals than solution providers in the audience.
Expect 80+ Family Offices, Principals and CIOs attending.
No product presentations or specific pitches - topics covered are key issues of Principals and Family Offices based in England, such as Allocation, Family Governance, Operations or Tools.
The Family Office Forum London is a place to network and listen to the expertise of your peers, no product presentations or specific pitches.
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* Our definition of a genuine Principal or Family Office is at least 150 Mio. US$ of assets (usually it is much more), these assets are from only one or few families / wealth owners, the Family Office is working for one or few (not as a solution provider to many 3rd parties).
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