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Private Wealth Management Executives Shared Best Practices at the Private Wealth Management APAC Summit 2010, organised by marcus evans

From the Partner Event Press Release:

A Unique Summit, Run by an Established Event Organiser
1-3 November 2010 | Marina Bay Sands | Singapore

As the aftershocks of the economic crisis continue to disrupt markets worldwide, some of APAC’s top private wealth management industry executives came together at the recent marcus evans Private Wealth Management APAC Summit 2010, the leading private wealth management event in APAC region, to share insights and strategies for unearthing the opportunities in today’s highly volatile investment landscape.

The Private Wealth Management APAC Summit (www.pwmsummit.com/viPR), provided a unique interactive forum for the private wealth management executives to explore the current issues affecting investments in Asia and how to ensure preservation of family businesses and fortunes. The dynamic programme was combined with one-to-one business meetings with leading service providers. A series of insightful presentations, case studies and thought-provoking discussions were led by high-profile speakers, knowledgeable in their respective fields.

In his opening keynote presentation, Professor J Carlos Jarillo, Author and Former Professor of International Strategy at the University of Geneva, provided an academic as well as professional analysis in the key areas that are critical for family office investment executives. Seeing that many affluent families were faced with dramatic experiences during the financial crisis, understanding risk is one of the main concerns family offices must bear in mind to keep their investment portfolios secured.

Robert Bernstein, Co-Founder & Managing Partner, PRISM Family Office and Annie Koh, Associate Professor of Finance, Dean of Office of Executive & Professional Education, Singapore Management University provided insight into why individual passion is so important to self worth, how careful collaboration allows self worth to turn into real wealth, and how these principles can be utilised to create high impact philanthropy that preserves and grows family legacy.

Testimonials

“It was certainly very well organised and productive.”
Partner, Client Associate

“Simply brilliant. marcus evans events are not to be missed. Complete and inspiring. Good to capture insights from specialists from around the globe”
Division Manager, A2A Capital Services Sdn Bhd

“The summit offered a “balanced views” on the challenges/opportunities faced by family offices from East and West. It enables delegates to acquire new and refreshing ideas towards family office wealth management”
Board Member, Stamford Wealth Academy

marcus evans Summits (www.marcusevans.com), produces high level business platforms for the world’s leading decision-makers. These dynamic and innovative forums initiate and develop business relationships one to one between director and C level practitioners from the world’s most influential organisations and with leading product and service suppliers. marcus evans Summit’s guarantees an exclusive format which enables participants to achieve the maximum amount of business and knowledge interaction over a three day event in a stimulating environment.

Please note that the Private Wealth Management APAC Summit is a closed business event and the number of participants is limited.

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Daniela Trojakova
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Tel: +357 22 849 380
Email: summits@marcusevanscy.com
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