SAO PAULO, May 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Latin Markets is bringing over 300 industry leaders to the Private Wealth Brazil Forum on June 11 at the Tivoli Hotel in Sao Paulo. The one day forum provides updated education on wealth protection, investment management, estate planning, trust issues and offshore structuring.
More than forty speakers will be participating in the event from Brazil's largest wealth managers, private banks, family offices, high-net-worth individuals, the asset management community, and technology and law.
The Brazilian Private Wealth Community is increasingly looking abroad for products and services to protect and increase wealth in the face of increasing regulation and decreasing returns on more familiar products.
Gregoire Balasko Orelio, Board Member, Ikela Capital, Founding Partner PBA Capital (Brazil)
Emilio Soares, Partner, Naopim Family Office (Brazil)
Leonardo Wengrover, Partner, W Advisors (Brazil)
Luiz Felipe Andrade, Partner, Pragma Patrimonio (Brazil)
Rodrigo Marcatti, Head of Private Bank, Banco Fator Private Bank (Brazil)
Roberto Martins, Head of Private Bank, Citi Private Bank (Brazil)
Rogerio Lot, Head of Private Bank, Banco do Brasil (Brazil)
Joao Albino Winkelmann, Head of Private Bank, Bradesco (Brazil)
Sylvio Castro, Chief Investment Strategist, Goldman Sachs Private Wealth Management (Brazil)
This forum will be a vital networking opportunity for anyone interested in leveraging their place within the international private wealth community. Click here to view or reserve your place at the forum here.
Latin Markets will continue to cover key issues in this specialized market as part of the Private Wealth series on October 24-25 in Miami at the JW Marriot during The Private Wealth Latin America & Caribbean Forum in Miami. To request information about this private wealth meeting click here.
Date: June 11, 2013
Event: Private Wealth Brazil Forum
Location: Tivoli Hotel, Sao Paulo
About Latin Markets:
Latin Markets provide access to new investments, business opportunities and partnerships for the global investment community by executing event platforms that include a wide range of business development and educational vehicles enabling Latin America's most active investors and infrastructure developers to more adeptly navigate socio-economical, regulatory and financial considerations within the market. Latin Markets continues to cover key issues in this specialized market as part of the Private Wealth series at The Private Wealth Brazil Forum on June 11, 2013 at the Tivoli Hotel in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Currently, registration is open at a www.latinmarkets.org
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