Global experts present their views on 'Bullish or Bearish' future trends in global economy at The Family Office's 9th Global Asset Allocation Conference in Dubai
- United Arab Emirates: Saturday, January 19 - 2013 at 12:13
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The Family Office, a wealth advisor to prominent Gulf investors, brought together some of the world's premier investment strategists for a one day exclusive gathering in Dubai. In this year's conference 'Bullish or Bearish', industry experts presented their views and outlook for the global economy, providing an opportunity for investors to plan their long-term investment strategies.
Abdulmohsin Al Omran, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of The Family Office, said, "Our 9th annual conference is designed to guide our investors and assist them in building and maintaining more dynamic and diverse portfolios. The expert speakers presented their differing scenarios of 'bullish or bearish', providing our clients with a clear picture of the overall trends in the global economy. Our role is to help our clients overcome short-term uncertainties and volatility by advising on long-term strategies to preserve and grow their wealth."
According to Mr. Al Omran, "It is all about taking the long-term view to achieve financial goals in bear or bull market cycles. Investors need to stick to their long-term plans and not succumb to short-term trends. Financial planning is a marathon, not a sprint."
"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.
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