14th ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL BANKING
“FAMILY OFFICE, TREASURY AND PRIVATE WEALTH MANAGEMENT 2014”
Maximus Capital Company organized a Banking International Forum CEE on February 21-22, 2014 in Riga and Sigulda. This was a hugely successful 2 day Forum and the workshops&roundtables were relevant and very helpful.
We welcomed about 65 delegates, only high profile attendees that in their daily jobs shape the investment landscape of CEE region. Jointly they are responsible for allocating 100 OF BILLIONS OF EUROS on behalf of their financial institutions and their clients, and our delegates could speak to them directly at our FORUM.
For the last 14 years Wealth Management has become one of the major events for the wealth management industry in Central and Eastern Europe to provide unique atmosphere for such WM industry representatives as wealth managers, private bankers, family offices, financial advisors.
Forum aimed to gather together related industry professionals to gain significant insights from the conference presentations and to extend their contacts and business interests during the informal evening program.
Our conferences were attended by the top financial industry specialists, investors and decision makers from the leading Switzerland, USA, Great Britain, Monaco, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Canada and CEE banks and financial services companies, working with and advising to the most affluent HNWIs in the region.
It is an open secret that personal relations are crucial for doing business in Central and Eastern Europe, and our event gave everyone a chance to generate the contacts that will help them to enter and win business in the CEE marketplace. The conference program harmoniously combined a hard work at its meetings and informal communication of participants during informal events.
Our program has been specially geared towards giving to all delegates ample time to network and develop the contacts in the informal “Team building” and “Networking” environment (For example: We had one Olympic Day in Sigulda, often referred as Latvian Switzerland).