115 UHNWIs, family offices, wealth managers to gain knowledge from industry-leading experts

03-Jan-2019

The Dubai Family Office Forum will reveal investment trends as it holds its 4th edition on 5-6 February 2019 at The Palace Downtown in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Around 115 ultra-high net-worth individuals (UHNWIs), family office investors and business leaders across MENA will benefit from relevant insights shared by thought leaders, analyses on case studies, and roundtable discussions.

The exclusive annual Dubai forum, which represents more than $2tr in investor wealth, will be an ideal platform to explore best practices in family governance and investments. The forum will also highlight impact themes and discussions which will be led by more than 40 renowned international thought leaders, family office principals, and global industry experts.

Prestel & Partner, the global leader in family office forums, is organising the event in Dubai with topics and investment agenda specific to the interests and concerns of UHNWIs and family offices based in MENA region. Katja Muelheim, managing partner, Prestel & Partner, said, “We are so honoured to be back in Dubai once again and to always receive such a warm welcome. Our Family Office Forums have earned such a good reputation internationally and we are proud that the families attending find these forums so interesting and informative.”

Prestel and Partner has been hosting six other successful international private forum each year, specifically, in Singapore, Wiesbaden, San Francisco, London, and Zurich. Each forum is widely attended by UHNWIs and family offices which by Prestel and Partner’s definition should have a minimum of £150m in assets from only one or few owners, and a family office works for these families and not as a solution provider to many third parties.

The forum is exclusively designed for family principals and family members, C-suite family office executives of single and private multi-family offices, UHNWIs, and private investors. Family offices and private investors who have nothing to sell attend for free.