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Top family offices and elite investors from Monaco and around the world will travel to Dubai in March for the 8th Global Family Office Investment Summit hosted by Anthony Ritossa. It will be followed by the Next Grand Event in Monaco in June.
The March summit is organised around the theme ‘Investing in a New Age’ and will take place at the Four Seasons Resort Jumeirah Beach under the High Patronage of His Highness Sheikh Ahmed Al Maktoum.
A consortium of important Monaco families will play an integral role in the event’s success by sharing investment ideas with 400+ elite family offices, prominent conglomerate business owners, sheikhs, royal families, private investment companies, international business moguls, sovereign wealth funds, and industry professionals.
Among those traveling to Dubai from Monaco are: H.R.H. Prince Michel de Yougoslavi, grandson of King Umberto of Italy and Prince Paul of Yugoslavia; Giuseppe Ambrosio, President, Monaco Single & Multi-Family Office International Association; Markus Lehner, Principal, Markus Lehner Family Office; Mario Kozma, Investment Manager, Tyrus Capital; and Eric Brundage, Publisher of Monaco Life.
“We are very pleased that such an esteemed group of Monaco investors will travel to Dubai in support of the 8th Global Family Office Investment Summit,” said Anthony Ritossa, Chairman of Ritossa Family Office, a family business dating back 600 years to the Venetian Empire in Europe.
The summit brings together the world’s leading experts geared toward identifying actionable strategies for generating returns in a low-rate, high volatility market. Facilitated by family offices, the summit will provide two days of private peer-to-peer conversation, networking and cross-border thought leadership designed to make you think about what to look out for, how you are investing, and why.
“The summits in Dubai and Monaco are dedicated to private, invitation-only, peer-to-peer conversation, networking and cross-border thought leadership and are intended to educate substantial, like-minded families on how to stay ahead and monitor emerging and sustaining trends in wealth management,” said Eric Brundage, Publisher of Monaco Life. “As such, they are the perfect event for Monaco’s leading families.”
“The summit is a good mix of families, products and services,” added H.R.H. Prince Michel de Yougoslavie Grandson of King Umberto of Italy and Prince Paul of Yugoslavia. “This sharing of current activities, and future trends is very important in such gatherings as a vehicle to move forward into 2019.”
Anthony Ritossa’s 8th Global Family Office Investment Summit will take place from 2nd to 4th March, while the Next Grand Event will be held in Monaco from 18th to 20th June.
“What makes these events exceptional is that they are organised by a family office for like-minded family offices,” said Giuseppe Ambrosio, President of Monaco Single & Multi-Family Office International Association.
To view a list of event participants, visit – http://ritossasummits.com/agenda.pdf.
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