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4th Citywealth UHNW Forum 14 May 2024


14 May 2024

8:30 - 18:30 ((GMT))


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Ogier Partner James Campbell to speak at Citywealth UHNW Forum 2024.

The fourth annual Citywealth UHNW Forum will be taking place in London on 14 May 2024. The forum will feature a full-day itinerary of leading individuals brought together to discuss the key issues facing the private wealth industry today.

The forum will be chaired by Joshua Rubenstein, Partner and National Chair at Katten Muchin Rosenman in New York. Guest speaker Sir Graham Brady, Conservative MP for Altrincham and Sale West, will give an overview of the political scene and recent turmoil with some references to the theme of the day.

It will be a day of informative discussions covering different segments: IFC update; trusts; ethical investments in a geo political environment; private debt; disputes, litigation and the silver lining; taxation and politics; and artificial Intelligence. There will be four segments in the morning and four in the afternoon with lunch, evening drinks and networking.

James Campbell will be joining a panel of distinguished speakers for a discussion at 10:00 entitled 'Trusts – the reality of 3rd and 4th generation families: longer lives; splitting trusts, succession; do dynasty trusts really work'


For any additional information please contact: Calin Lapuste – or call 020 7487 5858

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