Institutional Investor’s European Single Family Office Symposium is running its 8th annual event on 18 - 20 May 2020. Highly regarded within the family office world, the agenda is built with extensive input and insights from the family offices who attend. It has a loyal following with both family office executives and family members. With a carefully crafted programme of expert presentations, panel discussions and family office only discussions, the event addresses the most relevant topics family offices face from a variety of different perspectives.
Kevin Doyle, Chief Investment Officer, Killeen Group, Ireland
Paul Simon, Special Adviser, Lord Fink Family Office, United Kingdom
Paul Reynolds, Chief Executive Officer, Thamesis, United Kingdom
Dan Gay, Principal, Kensington Capital, United States
Markus Kalina, Managing Director, Atalo Capital, United States
Matt Norman, Chief Investment Officer, Kenjiro Family Office, United Kingdom/Switzerland
David Cowling, Managing Director, General Oriental, Switzerland
Daniel Vock, Chief Investment Officer, Acorma Management, Switzerland
Alexandra Caminer, Managing Director, JAG Capital Group Ltd., Switzerland
Doug Bryant, President, Settco Management, United States
Jamie Cayzer-Colvin, Principal and Head of Funds, Caledonia Investments, United Kingdom
Participation is strictly limited to qualified executives. Once registered, a member of the Institutional Investor team will be in touch to confirm attendance. Due to capacity restraints, all registrations will be accepted on a first come first serve basis.
The agenda is curated by an expert Advisory Board of investors who help select the most relevant topics to be discussed at the Symposium. Last year’s topics include:
To enquire about the 2020 agenda, please contact Kristin Oliveri.
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