The 5th Annual Private Wealth Florida Forum is designed to bring together more than 250 attendees including more than 150 leading family offices, Private Banks and HNW wealth managers from across Florida for a day of peer networking and knowledge share. Our agenda will cover asset allocation, alternative investing, asset protection as well as regulatory compliance and an outlook of the financial markets and the global economy. As this event is completely closed-door and invitation only, it has been designed to enable genuine peer-to-peer learning and networking for the local HNW community.
Stuart Parker, President, Chief Executive Officer, PGIM Investments
Mr. Parker is President and Chief Executive Officer of PGIM Investments, a manufacturer and distributor of retail mutual funds sold primarily through third-party distribution channels. Parker is also responsible for the Strategic Investment Research Group, which provides due diligence oversight for third-party investment managers across Prudential’s platforms. Mr. Parker was Executive Vice President, Head of Retail, for both Jennison Associates’ subadvisory relationships and Prudential Investments’ retail distribution of mutual funds and managed accounts. Prior, Mr. Parker spent 14 years at Citigroup Asset Management as head of nonproprietary distribution for its retail and subadvisory business. He also served as national sales director for Citigroup’s private portfolio group—its proprietary separately managed accounts business. He is a board member of the Money Management Institute, Investment Company Institute and Pruco Securities, LLC. He is also President and a director of Prudential Mutual Funds. Mr. Parker earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Rollins College in Florida and a Master of Business Administration degree from Thunderbird, The American Graduate School of International Management, in Arizona.
Nathan Leight, Founder, Terrapin Partners
Mr. Leight is the senior managing member of Terrapin, and the chief investment officer of Terrapin Asset Management. Mr. Leight has over 30 years of experience in asset and hedge fund management, as well as venture capital and private equity investing. Previously, Mr. Leight was the chief investment officer of Gabriel Capital, a hedge fund which specialized in bankruptcies, under-valued securities, emerging markets, private equity and merger arbitrage.
Matthew Storm Founding Partner CV Advisors
Jeff Zipper Managing Director of Investments U.S. Bank
Richard Stone President Stone Family Office
Jack Ablin Founding Principal, Chief Investment Officer Cresset Wealth
Michael Blank Chief Executive Officer Holdun Family Office
Pablo Cortes Managing Director Finaccess Advisors
Christina Worley Founder and Managing Member Castle Wealth Management
Eric Teal Chief Investment Officer, Managing Partner Queens Oak Advisors
Timothy McCarthy President - Caribbean Region Holdun Family Office
Ira Perlmuter Founder, Head of Family Office T5 Equity Partners
Wayne Pettway Director, Fixed Income Strategy SunTrust Bank
Lee Bressler U.S. Head of Capital Markets Microsoft
Shalin Madan Founder Bodhi Tree Asset Management
Rocio Ortega Partner, Senior Advisor WE Family Offices
Daniel Kraus Partner Silverman Group
Ricardo F. Nieto Chief Investment Officer and Co-Founder Aragon Capital
Marc DePaul Chief Financial Officer Private Single Family Office
Benjamin Doty Senior Investment Director Koss Olinger
ECONOMIC, POLITICAL& GLOBAL MARKETS OUTLOOK
Currently, we find ourselves in a positive domestic GDP environment, withoptimistic corporate earnings growth, a strong dollar and a volatile stockmarket. What is to be expected in 2019 and beyond?
EMERGING ANDOPPORTUNISTIC ALTERNATIVE INVESTING
Private Equity, Venture, Hedge Funds and other alternatives investments holdappeal for wealthy families. How are wealth managers viewing future allocationsas valuations increase and dry powder sits on the sidelines?
Global growth remains positive and central banks around the world continue tounwind what has been a very accommodative monetary policy. However, withvolatility likely to stay high, investors must continue to do their homework.
EQUITIES AND THEIRIMPACT ON PORTFOLIOS
Huge opportunities remain available for investors considering (I would change“considering” to “making” predictions for 2019. Aside from energy, where arethe biggest opportunities? Will ESG be affected as volatility cripples somespecific industries?
REAL ASSET AND REALESTATE INVESTMENT STRATEGIES
With volatility expected to continue throughout 2019 in public markets,investors with appetite for less risk will be turning to real estate and otherreal assets investments. Still, finding the best opportunities will requiregreat due diligence and patience.
With competition for clients and assets on the rise, wealth managers need toensure that their asset allocation strategies address the balance between riskand opportunity.
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