Global Annual Summit 2023

City Traffic

24 March

London, United Kingdom

09.00 - 09.45

Changing Culture: Shift in Financial Thoughts

Financialization of the world during the last decades make record number of goods and services to be purchased by money. - Does the monetization of goods and services gain importance? - Who is today’s wealthy and how he/she is differentiated in society? - How wealth is going to be measured in the future?

Fakhri Ahmadov

Chairman of Private Wealth Institute and Founder of Ahmadoff Family Office, United Kingdom

Ignace Kpenou

Head of Partnerships. PWI

09.45 - 10.30

Global Wealth Holding Architecture and Entrepreneurship

Governments and family businesses have hold a greater chunk of global wealth historically. However, philanthropic foundations with their grand missions and young technology entrepreneurs with newly acquired wealth become major capital holders in today's world. - Mapping the wealth holders: SWFs, family offices, foundations, pension funds, entrepreneurs; - The role of entrepreneurs and family businesses in wealth creation; - Charting the future of business ownership across industries

TBA

TBA

Maks N.

TBA

 

10.30 - 11.00

Coffee Break

Networking

11.00 - 11.45

Digital assets: Where we are headed to?

There are few issues encompassing digital assets. Due to lack of guidance by the law there is a limited control over them, most of the control surrounding access and transferability of digital assets is being maintained by individual companies. - What types of personal digital assets are becoming increasingly important? - Blockchain revolution – who are the next generation fiduciaries? - How to transfer our digital estate to the next generation?

Fakhri Ahmadov

Chairman of Private Wealth Institute and Founder of Ahmadoff Family Office, United Kingdom

Ignace Kpenou

Head of Partnerships. PWI

11.45 - 12.30

Next generation of luxury goods and services

Experts predict that in the coming years, high-net-worth individuals will prioritize products and homes that meet their unique needs and that work for their individual lifestyles – rather than sheer size and brand names for brand names’ sake. - How luxury goods market is evolving? Real estate, art pieces or cars? - What type of luxury goods and services are going to be important? - How Internet of Things could create a new luxury market?

TBA

TBA

Maks N.

TBA

12.30 - 14.00

Lunch Break

Networking

14.00 - 14.45

The Role of Individual Philanthropists in Society

The new enthusiasm for philanthropy is in large part as a consequence of the rapid wealth-creation in recent years, and of its uneven distribution. Many of the new philanthropists are well aware that traditional philanthropy is not sufficiently business-like. They want to bring about a productivity revolution in the industry by applying the best elements of the for-profit business world they know. - Who are the philanthropists in 21st century and why are they involved in giving? - What are the core causes that require philanthropic capital in modern world: Healthcare, Environment, Education, or others? - What structures are going to be used for wealth distribution in the future?

Fakhri Ahmadov

Chairman of Private Wealth Institute and Founder of Ahmadoff Family Office, United Kingdom

Ignace Kpenou

Head of Partnerships. PWI

14.45 - 15.30

Impact Investing could solve old problems with new ways

The agenda of today's wealthy individual might be enhanced by positive social and environmental impact globally. Impact investing is an ‘investment into companies, organisations, and funds with the intention to generate social and environmental impact alongside a financial return.’ However, impact investors often complain they can’t find enough viable social enterprises to invest in. And entrepreneurs bemoan a lack of available funding... - How impact investing shapes the future of enterprises? - What is the role of wealth holders in advancing society and environment? - Industrial outlook: Education, Healthcare, Food, Energy and Financial services. Where impact investing gains popularity?

TBA

TBA

Maks N.

TBA

15.30 - 16.00

Coffee Break

Networking

16.00 - 17.00

Family Business and Leadership

Nurturing and empowering the next generation in particular was essential for long-term success. It is also important to focus on harmonizing familial relationships as strong family bonding is the main source of strength for such businesses. However, there are certain industries that family businesses are challenged by the new-entrant digital players in the market. - Tradition vs. expertise: do family businesses need new business models to survive? - How future family business looks like? - What are key messages for traditional family firms in the coming technologic revolution?

Fakhri Ahmadov

Chairman of Private Wealth Institute and Founder of Ahmadoff Family Office, United Kingdom

Ignace Kpenou

Head of Partnerships. PWI

17.00 - 17.45

Regulatory challenges and capital movement

Investors continue to weigh the short-term fate of various regulations but in the long-term, we believe the overarching trend is clear—increased transparency and accountability. Taken as a whole, these regulatory shifts—and the requisite increase in compliance costs—are accelerating the move toward efficient estate planning. - How do regulatory barriers impact on private wealth transfer to the next generation? - What are key drivers of private capital movements? - How do citizenship and visa regimes shape investment decisions?

TBA

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