|08:15 am||Registration & Breakfast|
|09:00 am||Panel Discussion followed by Q & A|
|10:30 am – 11:00 am||Networking|
Date and TimeDate: Monday 23rd September - 2013
Time: 8:00 am – 11:00 am
Address: 69 St James's Street, London, SW1A 1PJ
Telephone: +44(0) 020 7493 1164
Asiaciti Trust Group
Sean Coughlan is the managing director of the Asiaciti Trust Singapore office, a firm he joined in late 2010 after a 20 year career in trust and fiduciary services in Jersey. In his last position Sean was managing director of the international trust operations of a major international private bank.
He has also held senior positions with both independent trust companies and major international banks including directorships of trust companies in Jersey, Singapore and Switzerland. During this time Sean has advised many international private clients on the benefits and uses of trusts and other similar vehicles for estate planning and wealth preservation.
The Courageous Ideas Partnership
Sebastian Dovey is an entrepreneur, thought leader and board director in the fields of global wealth management, consumer insight, technology, scale-up companies and business management. Seb was the co-founder in 1998 of Scorpio Partnership, an award-winning global management consultancy and insight data business. This was acquired by Aon PLC in 2014. Seb is currently Chairman of F2 Strategy, and holds non-executive board roles at FiComm, Entrepreneurs Investment Office, and Angel Academe Nominee. He also holds advisory board seats at Moneyhub, Align 17 and Silver Lane. Separately, Seb is the Chairman of the Global Client Experience Innovation Committee for a major international bank and advises two sizeable financial families on their strategic growth for their investment offices.
Seb’s expertise spans 25 years of developing high-impact commercial strategies for private banks, global banks, asset managers, family offices, technology firms, service providers, aggregators and start-up initiatives. Seb is the 2018 winner of the Wealth Briefing Thought Leader of the Year award and he is Thought Leader-In-Residence for Fitch Learning worldwide. He is a regular commentator on the wealth management industry in the press and at conferences and academies, and has chaired and presented leading industry events in Asia, Europe and the United States. He has been a lecturer at The Swiss Finance Institute (formerly the Swiss Banking School) for its executive MBA programme. He serves as board member of the London School of Economics Generate initiative focused on entrepreneurship in the social sciences and is on the editorial board of WealthBriefing.
Partner, Private Client Team
Andrew Goodman is a partner in the Private Client team at international law firm Taylor Wessing. He specialises in all aspects of personal tax and estate planning, particularly trusts, the structuring of family wealth and related litigation. Andrew regularly acts for multinational families with cross-border investments and succession issues as well as professional trustees in Jersey, Guernsey, Bermuda and the Cayman Islands. His practice covers the wide spectrum of advice required by the international client, including bespoke trust and investment holding structures, family offices and private charities. His trust practice includes particular expertise in high-value applications for Court approvals and variations as well as contentious trust and estate litigation.
Global Relations Partner
Matthias Memminger is a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers and has been working as a management consultant since 1995 (Mitchell Madison Group, Accenture and b&m management).
Matthias’ core competency is strategic consulting for European-based banks. He has extensive experience in the field of regulations, particularly with the implementation as well as the impact of business models. In addition to his partner role within PwC, Matthias is the global PwC co-lead for RRP. He is also is the global client relationship partner for UBS at PwC.
Partner, Private Client Department
Rupert Ticehurst is a partner in the Private Client Department of Berwin Leighton Paisner based in London. He joined BLP in 2011 from Herbert Smith. His practice includes tax, trusts and succession planning, litigation and charities. Rupert is also a Protector and a Trustee of a number of trusts and has a particular interest in trust protectors.
Rupert was voted one of City Wire’s ‘Top 10 Lawyers wealth managers need to know 2010’, ‘Lawyer of the Year 2008’ by Citywealth and ‘Best Private Client Legal Tax & Trusts Advisory’ by Spear’s Wealth Management in 2007
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