As a thought leader, members of Northland Wealth are invited regularly to speak at industry events around the world to share our insights. Attendance of these invitation only events translate into multiple benefits for our clients as we engage with our global peers through meaningful dialogue to learn their views and share best practices in the management of family wealth. Also, these events provide the opportunity to be introduced to institutional calibre alternative investment opportunities that are available only to sophisticated institutional investors. This difficult to achieve access to high quality alternative investments and exclusive, unique insight into the management of wealth are just a couple of things that differentiate Northland Wealth and its professionals from typical advisors at bank brokerage and investment counselling firms. Let us share a few of the events we have recently spoken at.
Earlier this month, Arthur Salzer presented “Headwinds: The End of the 30 Year Bull Market” at the Global Investment Summit held in Montreux, Switzerland. This exclusive 3 day event was moderated by Todd Benjamin, the former Financial Editor of CNN International. In attendance were Chief Executive Officers and Chief Investment Officers of family offices, pensions and sovereign wealth funds from Europe, Asia, the Middle East and North America.
Later in October, Arthur will share his unique experience and insights along with moderating a panel discussion entitled “Opportunistic Investing with Alternatives” at the Private Wealth Canada Forum to be held in Toronto. This flagship event will be attended by many of the leading advisors from private banking, wealth management and family offices from across Canada.
Lastly, Jerry Olynuk, of Northland Wealth’s Calgary office will be participating in the lead panel discussion “How to Structure Your Family Office” at the Family Office and Private Wealth Management Forum which is held annually in Napa, California. As one of the West Coast’s premier events, the forum is attended by many of the top Silicon Valley family offices.