The Family Office Forum | November 8-9, 2016 | Zurich
The Family Office Forum Zurich is the annual meeting of more than 100 Family Offices from all over the world, and is taking place at the Dolder Grand; a spectacular mountain top location, overlooking the city of Zurich and the lake. The event deals with specific topics for UHNWI and Family Offices, with a focus on Family Governance and how to optimize operations and ease your workload through know-how, new tools and best practice. The event also reviews how to manage asset allocation, portfolios and assets such as Alternatives.
Forum topics to include:
- Case Studies, Key Notes, Panel Discussions and Networking:
- Learn from Family Offices and Genuine Experts
- Improve your operational business
- Exchange ideas with other Family Offices on
- practical topics such as performance measurement or Family Governance
- Liquid and
- Illiquid Asset Classes – keep your finger on the pulse
- Hear from other Family Offices and experts how they manage asset allocation, portfolios and assets such as Alternatives
- Come hear J. Bradley Hall keynote the event: Technology, Money and True Values - From Gold to digital currency to trust
Brad will be keynoting the event presenting:
From BULLION to BABYLON to BLOCKCHAIN How Symbols Shape the Way We Value Everything.
This fast paced and thought provoking discussion will speak to how we regard trust, and how we create, trade and store value. We associate images with everything from fear to love to security to trust. Gold is a universally accepted value. What is privacy? Listen to Brad turn the clock back to the Babylonians and explore semiotic structures and sacred geometry and end with the idea that some feel that the centralized banking cabal is unraveling. We are now getting a glimpse of what the new decentralized banking world may look like. Is this a renaissance for gold, the most trusted store of value for 6000 years? What does it mean? Brad will also be sharing a brief look at AUREALS™, a fusion of gold and distributed ledgers that insulate holders from currency, institutional and systemic hazard.