The Family Office presents Bullish / Bearish Future Trends in the Global Economy
- United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, January 09 - 2013 at 10:32
- PRESS RELEASE
Dubai will host an exclusive conference - The Family Office's 9th annual Global Asset Allocation Conference, for some of the region's most prominent investors; families, individuals and institutions. The theme of this year‟s conference will be "bullish or bearish".
Experts in attendance will include Alan Dorsey, Head of Investment Strategy & Risk, Neuberger Berman, New York. Timothy Moe, Managing Director, Chief Asia-Pacific Strategist, Goldman Sachs Asia; Joseph Zeng, Partner & Head of Hong Kong Office, Greenwoods Asset Management. Franšois-Xavier Chauchat, Chief European Economist, GaveKal Research, Paris. Alexandre de ┴zara, Chief Economist, Itau Asset Management. Amer Bisat, Managing Partner, Traxis Partners, New York. Raymundo Leal, Managing Director, GBM Grupo Bursatil Mexicano Asset Management. Jonathan I. Berger, Founder and CIO, Birch Grove Credit Strategies Fund, New York. Thomas S. Murphy, Jr. Co-Founder, Crestview Partners, New York.
Mr. Abdulmohsin Al Omran, Founder and CEO of The Family Office said "Our 9th annual conference in Dubai, as always, will guide our investors in the right direction and help them to build and maintain more dynamic and diverse portfolio. This year, our experts will share their different points of view of being either bullish or bearish on the overall future trends in the global economy. Our role is to help our investors overcome the uncertainties and short-term volatility in the market via setting long-term plans to not only preserve their wealth, but also to grow it."
"Exceeding client expectations is a value that The Family Office beholds and lives by. Our investment in people and infrastructure is paramount; with over 75 employees, five regulated offices globally, and an ISO recognition for the fourth consecutive year" Mr. Al Omran added.
According to Mr. Al Omran "It is all about taking the long-term view to achieve financial goals in bull or bear market cycles. Investors need to stick to their long-term plans and not succumb to the short-term trends. Financial planning is a marathon, not a sprint."
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