The London 2020 Edition of our Family Office Forum Collection of conferences will again gather 100+ Family Offices and UHNWIs based in the UK and beyond.
Join next year's forum on 15th - 16th September at The Langham to meet your peers, share your experience, and learn from each other.
Private Family Offices and UHNWIs may join the conference for free if they don't have any solution or service offering. For a free admission, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are currently busy working on the 2020 conference programme; should you wish to be involved in a prestigious speaking capacity, please let us know at email@example.com
Should you be interested in becoming one of our few thought leading forum sponsors and showcase your expertise with a sophisticated content-based approach, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
3 - 4 October 2017: 149 Family Offices met, see the report here.
4 - 5 October 2016: 138 Family Offices met; see the report here.
15 - 16 September 2015: 142 Family Offices met; see the report here.
11 - 12 October 2014: 102 Family Offices met; see the report here.
The Family Office Forum London, 15th - 16th September 2020 has a simple formula:
More Family Officers and Principals on stage than solution providers.
More Family Officers and Principals in the audience than solution providers.
No product presentations or specific pitches - topics covered are key issues such as
1. Family Governance or Operations in the Ballroom
2. CIO roundtables (trends and "how to", no products!) in the Roundtable Room.
3. Round the clock networking in the foyer with all-day refreshments in addition to all networking breaks, lunches and the cocktail reception.
Are you a Private Family Office* or UHNWI?
We are delighted to welcome you and offer you privileged free admission! Simply contact email@example.com
Are you a genuine partner of, or solution provider to Family Offices or UHNWIs?
Simply register online here.
* Our definition of a genuine Principal or Family Office is at least 150M GBP in assets (usually it is much more), and the Family Office is working for one or few (not as a solution provider to many 3rd parties).