Family Office & Private Wealth Management Forum for Hedge Fund Managers

(Last Updated On: May 24, 2012)

Family Office & Private Wealth Management Forum for Hedge Fund Managers

As part of the Private Wealth Series, the Family Office/Private Wealth Management Forum is Opal’s premier conference and the preeminent event in North America for high net worth individuals and family offices from around the world. Some of the most well established and senior Family offices, Private investors, money managers, and private wealth service providers from around the globe will return to this picturesque setting for three days of engaging discussions on the latest investment trends and soft issues surrounding this generation and future generations of families. The event will take place in historic Newport, Rhode Island, which is rich in history and wealth alike.

The Private Wealth Conference will explore the challenges and opportunities associated with investing in emerging markets, alternative investments, real estate, direct energy, numerous other asset classes and will also address many of the softer issues related to the family office such as tax and regulation, asset protection, philanthropy, structuring a family office, and many more.

Opal will kick off the event with its Piaget Regatta Cup, in which attendees will have the opportunity to work with a professional sailing charter crew while competing against industry peers.

 

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Family Offices, Non Discretionary Consultants or Endowments and Foundations Registration

 

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