Spear’s is delighted to announce the date and theme of the 2019 Spear’s Wealth Insight Forum, which is due to take place on 1 July, and held at the Langham hotel in central London.
The annual Spear’s ‘billion-pound meeting of minds’ will this year focus on the impact of Brexit on UK-focused HNWs, with a line-up of panels touching on important aspects of the lives of our readership – from wealth management, to citizenship and residency, property, tax and trusts, luxury and more. The day-long programme will begin with an economics outlook for HNWs, before moving on to geopolitical insight from Spear’s columnist and international lawyer Robert Amsterdam, a forum favourite.
Other confirmed highlights include a panel on global citizenship in the age of Brexit, co-partnered by Henley & Partners and Finance Malta. This will look at the impact that Britain’s departure from the EU is having on the power of the UK passport, as well as the new ‘golden’ visa arrangements announced by the British government. What are the other international trends in HNW migration? Which are the most sought-after jurisdictions in 2019? And what can we learn from what Malta is doing to tempt businesses and HNWs to its shores? We will explore all. As well as an expert panel on luxury – where speakers will include Spear’s columnist Lucia van der Post – the day will feature a stage interview.
Last year we welcomed Waterstones managing director James Daunt, who talked about saving the British bookshop and revitalising retail. This year’s guest will be revealed in due course. The day will culminate with a seminar on the theme of the day: Brexit and it’s impact. What does this mean for wealth in the UK, for business, for philanthropy, luxury and more? The 2019 Spear’s Wealth Insight Forum will seek out answers – and will offer ample opportunities for networking.
Henley & Partners is the global leader in residence and citizenship planning. Each year, hundreds of wealthy individuals and their advisors rely on our expertise and experience in this area. The firm’s highly qualified professionals work together as one team in over 30 offices worldwide. The firm also runs a leading government advisory practice that has raised more than USD 8 billion in foreign direct investment. Trusted by governments, the firm has been involved in strategic consulting and in the design, set-up, and operation of the world’s most successful residence and citizenship programs.
Malta has become a natural hub for wealth management and family offices in the Mediterranean region.
Attracting high net worth individuals with favourable residency and tax planning solutions in full compliance with
EU legislation, Malta offers the ideal environment for successful wealth management.
The jurisdiction offers an excellent physical and legal infrastructure bolstered by top-class professionals experienced in structuring customised solutions with innovative approaches.
All this governed by a world-class regulatory regime, served by skilled multilingual professionals and located in a politically stable, low-risk EU member environment that offers an attractive lifestyle within easy access of European and Mediterranean capitals.
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What are the trends in global HNW migration in 2019? A deep dive into the jurisdictions that are offering the sweet deals for HNWs in 2019/20, plus what is the outlook for the UK. What should UK HNWs do next?
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Bringing together figures from private wealth, fintech, banking, luxury, business, and beyond the marquee forum of the day takes the pulse of Britain – what are the trends, what is the impact of Brexit and other forces, where’s the money going – what do wealth leaders and their intermediaries need to know
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