Family Office Trends Event: Sept. 12th NYC

/Family Office Trends Event: Sept. 12th NYC

Family Office Trends Event: Sept. 12th NYC

By | 2017-08-18T17:05:09+00:00 July 31st, 2013|Uncategorized|1 Comment
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TKA readers:

I’d love to link up and shake hands if you are in NYC at the beginning of September.

I am speaking at the  “Family Office Trends” Forum, which will be held on Tuesday September 12th from 8:00 a.m. (breakfast) till 4:30 p.m. (reception) at the conference center at Herrick Feinstein in midtown, NYC.  It is located at 2 Park Avenue, NYC, NY .  I’ll be speaking during the early panel–830-920am.

You can view the entire agenda here:  http://ivyfon.com/sep10agenda.html

Registration is available online (note that pre-registration is required as they will not accept day-of registrations).  They plan to limit the audience to about 100 people so it will be an intimate setting, both to gain insight as well as to network with other family offices.  The rates are:  single-family offices, $100; multi-family offices, $500; and outside advisors, $1,200 (note that there are less than a handful of seats remaining for members of this third group).

If you run a personal family office please let me know–I can get you in free!  

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