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November 20, 2014updated 02 Feb 2016 2:46pm

Spear’s Wealth Insight Forums 2014

By Spear's

Spear’s will be doing what it does best — helping wealth managers, lawyers and other private client professionals to understand the world of their high-net-worth clients — with the Spear’s Wealth Insight Forum. Because of the success of previous Wealth Insight Forums, we will be holding two this year: mid-May and mid-November.

Despite the already massive changes of the 21st century — from the rise of a new class of the super-rich to the destruction of established investment practices — many wealth managers are stuck with an old paradigm. Spear’s is perfectly placed to explain the new HNW mindset and lifestyle with characteristic insight, analysis and wit.

Contact to enquire about attendance.
Panels for 20 November 2014 (subject to change)
9.30-10.15: Immortal Remains: How to leave a legacy you won’t regret

Speakers: Juliette Johnson, Juliette Johnson Consultancy
Khaled Said, Capital Generation Partners
Corinne Staves, Maurice Turnor Gardner

10.15-11: Hang On! The pleasures and pitfalls of buying art
Sponsored by AXA Art


Speakers: Matthew Cooper, John Jones
Andrew Davies, AXA ART
Kenny Schachter

11.30-12.15: Grapes of Wealth: Is it a vintage time for investing in wine?

Speakers: Julian Kirk, Nyetimber
Ella Lister
Andrew Shirley, Knight Frank
12.15-1: Keeping It In The Family: How a family business survives in the 21st century

Editor Josh Spero will interview Jeremy Goring of five-star hotel The Goring, now over one hundred years old and as vital as ever

8.30-9.30: Breakfast
9.30-10.15: First panel
10.15-11: Second panel
11-11.30: Coffee
11.30-12.15: Third panel
12.15-1: Fourth panel
1-2.30: Lunch and networking

Previous speakers

Ben Goldsmith, WHEB Ventures

Entrepreneur Julie Meyer

Art dealer and TV presenter Philip Mould

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Sandra Davis, Mishcon de Reya

Helena Morrissey, CEO of Newton

Social entrepreneur Faisel Rahman

Michael Green, co-author of Philanthrocapitalism

Philanthropists Dame Stephanie Shirley and Richard Ross

International lawyer Robert Amsterdam

Spear’s editor-in-chief William Cash

Michael Wainwright, MD, Boodles

Deborah Bangay QC

Tech entrepreneurs David Murray-Hundley and Milo Yiannopoulos

Cleric and commentator the Reverend Dr Giles Fraser

Angel investor Richard Hargreaves

Entrepreneur Britt Lintner

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