The Wealth Forums’ Safe Havens Index will be launched at the Safe Havens one-day conference in London on April 19, 2016. Our goal is to establish the index as the standard industry measure of the suitability and preparedness of any given jurisdiction as a base for those who seek the highest levels of fiscal safety and physical security,
Organised by The Wealth Forums, Safe Havenswill also examine the global outlook for the very wealthy, including individual data protection, personal security, and wealth preservation strategies.
Panels of experts will provide the latest information on Safe Havens for those seeking to relocate to jurisdictions offering privacy and physical security; cyber security specialists will give updates on new threats and appropriate counter-measures, and financial specialists will examine ways to preserve capital and protect from predatory taxation.
Safe Havens is the ideal venue to devise best-option strategies for secure living and make family wealth less of a target for debilitating taxes and fiscal confiscation.
Tuesday, April 19, at the Caledonian Club, 9 Halkin Street, Belgravia, London
08:00 – 09:00Registration. Coffee and croissants.
09:00: Welcome and opening remarks by The Wealth Forums CEO, Richard Moir
09:15: London as a safe haven for investors. Speaker: David Clarke, former top police officer in the City of London Police, and William Franklin, founder of the China Investors Club. Followed by a roundtable and open forum.
10:45: Coffee break
11:00: Launch of the Safe Havens Index. Speakers: Ian Brodie, Chairman of The Wealth Forums and Richard Moir, CEO, followed by a roundtable and open forum.
12:30: Buffet Lunch
13:30: Safe Haven destinations for the very wealthy. Speakers to be announced.
15:00: Citizenship by Investment across the world: Speakers include: Hakan Cortelek of Henley & Partners and Nicholas Stevens of NTL. Followed by a roundtable discussion, questions and an open forum. Other speakers and panel members to be announced.
16:15:Virtual safe havens. How to protect fortunes from predatory taxation.
17:00: Closing remarks. Richard Moir, CEO of The Wealth Forums. Followed by Cocktails.