Global Family Office Symposium - ONLINE

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Global Family Office Symposium - ONLINE

Turning challenges into opportunities

If the 2020 pandemic has taught us anything, it’s the importance of resilience and how a crisis can accelerate transformation. Many believe that family businesses, family offices and the families that they serve possess unique characteristics that can enable them to weather the storm in times of uncertainty. With strategic planning, they can even grow and thrive, and play a significant role in the recovery of global economies and local communities.

Deloitte’s Global Family Office Symposium - ONLINE series explore how family offices, and the families that they serve, can draw upon these unique characteristics to help build resilient structures and strategies that could better position them to emerge from the current crisis even stronger and withstand future uncertainty.

Hosted by Deloitte subject-matter-experts from around the world, the sessions have been specifically designed to help senior family office leaders and the families they support focus their energies in key areas as we look to recover from what has been a truly unprecedented year.

 

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Mark Stokes

Mark Stokes

Partner

Mark is a Partner in Deloitte’s Private Client Services team and leads our Family Office Services group, having specialised in advising families and their Family Offices throughout his career. Mark’s ... More

Christina Staples

Christina Staples

Associate Director

Christina leads Deloitte’s Family Office Community in the UK – a distinctive peer network designed exclusively for senior executives of Single Family Offices. The programme offers members access to to... More

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