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Like every year Luxembourg for family office brought families together with interesting people in a pleasant social setting. Under the ‘Worldwide Rise of Family Offices’ family offices are definitely today the new force of nature in the world of Families and their Wealth. Family offices come in all shapes and sizes to meet the needs of their families and the family business.
Luxembourg for Family Office held its annual event at the Private Terrace of the Brasserie Guillaume with special guest painter Guillaume Kalt and Champagne tasting. The 30th of June the conference was held at the Chateau de Septfontaines. The Event was sponsored by VP Bank, Brasserie Guillaume, champagne houses Carbon, Devavry, le Cognac Godet, Cabane à jus and the water Velleminfroy.
The audience was started by the President Diels Diana: Even if you are not a Rockefeller a Family Office can help a family to acquire financial expertise. Many families do not consider that they can benefit from a family office. They miss out an opportunity to tighten family bonds, bolster the family’s financial and legal savvy, and enhance their purchasing power. A lot of families have a family council and think they cannot afford one! A family council just provides a forum for discussions. The family trust of holding own shares in the operating companies and concentrates family control. A family investment company is a structure that parallels the family business and manages assets outside the family company like real estate and liquid assets. We took a dive in the Family office world, families as owners, families as employees, family as family, family as community.
The CEO of VP fund solutions Luxembourg, von Kymmel Eduard was explaining that the RAIF, Reserved Alternative Investment Fund, a professional, flexible and easy solution is for Families. Luxembourg is now offering throughout the world a first-rate, highly reputable alternative for Families and Family Offices. Schroeder Jeannot, Partner PROgroup was talking with tremendous passion about Circular Economy and the impact of this ecosystem for the business and family management. The economic and societal rationale for moving towards a more circular economy has significantly increased. We took a deep dive into this subject. Andrey Bastar, CEO, Co-Founder Brasidas Group AG came with Proactive Risk Mitigation. Larissa Best was speaking about seed Investors and opportunities for Family Businesses. Small to Medium-sized companies are the backbone of the European Economy. There is actually a financing gap and therefore a lot of investment opportunities for families. The Keynote speaker Christian Schattenmann, Fund Manager at Bamboo Capital Partners, was talking about how data is driving electrification in Africa: Leapfrogging energy with smart virtual grid. This in a pleasant setting whit the presence of Guillaume Kalt. A painter who was attracted and enthralled by art at a very early age. His conception is as an explorer of the inner self and outer reality. After his drama studies, he created a personal universe centring on the dramatisation of human bodies as they enter and leave this world.
Luxembourg For Family Office contributed also this year to the Monaco Global Family Office Investment Summit the 14th and 15th of June at the Meridien Beach Plaza Hotel in Monte Carlo. The summit is a private forum exclusively organized by family offices for family offices, ultra-elite private investors, prominent business owners, Sheiks, Royal family members, financial families and their private offices from around the world. Luxembourg For Family Office contributed to the keynote panel session ‘The Rise & Rise of Family Offices. We took a dive in the trend of Family Offices. The biggest part of Family offices are now younger wealth holders who are more social and environmentally conscious than the baby boomers.