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The October 26-28, 2020 FFI Annual Global Conference is designed for flexibility in meeting your individual and professional goals. Completely virtual, it includes topics and presenters that reflect FFI’s multidisciplinary and global approach to the field. Don’t delay—register now.

 


 

The annual FFI global conference was created to bring much-needed professional development resources to advisors and consultants, academics and researchers, and family enterprise members. Even though this year’s conference is a virtual event, you can still expect to experience the same great content through concurrent sessions, a full day GEN workshop, and opportunities for collaboration and networking.

We know that despite the current environment, our field needs well-prepared professionals now more than ever before. That’s why we’ve packed a lot into one registration to make this a truly excellent value. Registration for the 2020 FFI global conference includes:

  • Conference plenary award session
  • More than 20 concurrent sessions
  • Q&A for each session
  • Downloadable conference handouts
  • Sponsor resources
  • Conference attendee profiles and networking

We also know that flexibility is key. So, new this year, you can register for just specific segments of the conference that are most essential and convenient for you. For example:

If you are looking to begin or complete work on an Advanced Certificate in Family Business or Wealth Advising (ACFBA/ACFWA), register for either Monday or Tuesday (or both). Advanced seminars are now offered virtually this year.

GEN 503: Tools for Positive Change in Family Business Systems is offered on Monday.

GEN 504: Meaning and Purpose: Philanthropy and the Family Enterprise is incorporated into the Tuesday sessions.

Dive deeper into advanced topics in the field of family wealth by registering for Part B on Tuesday.

Want to learn more about the latest research and implications for practice? Don’t miss Wednesday Part B, hosted by Family Business Review editor Tyge Payne.

Looking for sessions that address a variety of topics, research, and perspectives on issues in the field? Register for the entire day on Wednesday.

Create your own conference experience by enrolling in half-day segments, full-day immersion or the entire event. It’s all up to you!

Fast Facts

  • Each segment is hosted by an FFI thought leader – join Debbie Bing, Carlo Salvato, Bilal Zein, Paul Karofsky, Jennifer East, Tyge Payne and Natalie McVeigh, as they act as guides and facilitators for each of the segments.
  • The FFI Fellows are everywhere! The segments of these three days included presentations from more than 20 FFI Fellows.
  • Global perspectives – presentations and presenters are from across the globe, including Canada, England, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Singapore, Spain, and the US. And, of course, a number of presentations from residents of our host city, New York, New York!

With many thanks to the 2020 FFI Global Conference Program Committee

Linda Bourn, co-chair: Crystal, Alliant Private Client

Marta Widz, co-chair: IMD Global Family Business Center

Amy Hart-Clyne: Pitcairn

Whitney Johnson: O’Connor Professional Group

Mark Rubin: Geller Advisors LLC

Pilar Unidad-Tolentino: Ateneo de Manila University

Daniel Trimarchi: KPMG

Bilal Zein: Quanon Capital Ltd

Thanks to 2020 Sponsors

CONFERENCE SPONSOR
SC Johnson
A family company at work for a better world

CONFERENCE SPONSOR
Cambridge Family Enterprise Group

CONFERENCE SPONSOR
Deloitte.

CONFERENCE SPONSOR
FFI Board of Directors

CONFERENCE SPONSOR
Keyt Consulting

CONFERENCE SPONSOR
Pitcairn

CONFERENCE SPONSOR
Trusted Family

FBR BEST ARTICLE
Lansberg, Gersick & Associates, LLC

FBR SPONSOR & FBR OUTSTANDING REVIEWER AWARD
Resource Management LLC

GEN SCHOLARSHIP SPONSOR
AlTouq Group

GEN SCHOLARSHIP SPONSOR
Crystal, Alliant Private Client

GEN SCHOLARSHIP SPONSOR
de Visscher & Co

GEN SCHOLARSHIP SPONSOR
Fitzpatrick & Francis Family Business Continuity Foundation

GEN SCHOLARSHIP SPONSOR
Waesche Family Scholarship

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