Monaco Wealth Forum

  • Cafe de Paris Monaco

Monaco as a business destination will be just one of many topics to be covered at the Monaco Wealth Forum in Monte-Carloon March 10, 2016.

Organised by The Wealth Forums with Monaco Life as the main sponsor, the Monaco Wealth Forum will examine the global outlook for the very wealthy and will also cover wealth preservation strategies, citizenship by investment, and insurance as an investment vehicle.

A series of financial specialists will examine ways to preserve capital and protect from predatory taxation.

Also on the agenda will be appropriate strategies for making wealth more mobile and less of a target for debilitating taxes and fiscal confiscation. Main sponsor for the event is Monaco Life, the English-langauge news service for the Principality of Monaco.

The Monaco Wealth Forum takes place at the Salon Bellevue, Cafe de Paris, Monte-Carlo, on March 10, 2016.  The cost per delegate is £275 (0r 350 euros).

 

AGENDA

Thursday, March 10, at the Salon Bellevue of the Cafe de Paris, Monte-Carlo:

08:00 – 09:00Registration. Coffee and croissants.

09:00:  Welcome and opening remarks by The Wealth Forums CEO, Richard Moir

09:15: Monaco as a centre of excellence and a natural home for entrepreneurs. Speaker: His Excellency, Ambassador Henri Fissore.

09:45: World Affairs and their Impact on Wealth Management, with speaker Richard Horowitz. Followed by an open forum with a focus on security issues.

10:45: Coffee break

11:00: Insurance and Assurance for the very wealthy. Main speaker: Louis Zuckerbraun of VL Assurance, based in Zurich and Bermuda. Followed by a roundtable discussion, questions and an open forum.

11:45: Digital Security and the importance of cyber defence in wealth protection: Speaker: Carlos Collazo of DuKlaw, a world-leading expert on cyber security. Followed by a roundtable discussion, questions and an open forum.

12:45: Three-course lunch with fine wines at the Cafe de Paris

14:00: Citizenship by Investment, with a special focus on recent mass migration and the implications for Schengen and international travel. Speakers: Hakan Cortelek of Henley & Partners and Nicholas Stevens of NTL. Followed by a roundtable discussion, questions and an open forum.

15:30: Safe Haven destinations for the very wealthy. Speakers include James Deen of Albany Bahamas, followed by a roundtable discussion and an open forum.

16:45 Tea break

17:00: The Mobility of Wealth in a challenging fiscal age. Speakers include Antonio Cecere, owner of Cecere Monaco, specialists in Jewellery, Diamonds and Watches, followed by a roundtable discussion with a panel of experts and an open forum.

18:00: Closing remarks. Ian Brodie, Chairman of The Wealth Forums. Followed by Cocktails.

19:30: Dinner for sponsors and registered attendees at the Pacific Restaurant, ave des Spelugues, Monte-Carlo

Register to the event