The debut edition of VCCircle Family Office & Investment Management Summit 2014 aims to bring together leading and upcoming business families in India, family offices and investment experts. 

The summit will be held on April 22, 2014 at ITC Grand Central, Mumbai.

With rising interest in setting up family offices by India’s growing community of successful entrepreneurs and ultra HNIs, the conference will host a special panel on “Role of family offices and the latest trends in the space”. The panel will focus on why India’s super rich are increasingly looking at setting up family offices. What is the scope of a family office in India? Do family offices face the brunt of the ongoing business slowdown? 

There will be a keynote talk by Gaurav Dalmia, executive vice chairman, MD & CEO of Landmark Property, Dalmia Group, one of the leading industrial conglomerates in India. He has also co-founded GTI, a long-term investment vehicle for India focused investments and has been a co-sponsor of the Evolvence India Fund, an India specific fund of funds.

Over the course of the programme, panellists will discuss topics such as:

-Managing aspirations of next generations

-Investment opportunities for family offices and latest trends

-An in-depth look at select investment strategies for family offices

-Structures of family offices: succession planning, philanthropy, CSR, foundation and trust management

-Real estate as an investment class

-The investment avenues for India's new millionaires

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As a part of VCCircle’s commitment to the family office and investment management community, the summit will bring together India’s leading and emerging business families, top family offices, trust companies, endowments, financial planners, family business experts, hedge funds, fund of funds, wealth planners, private equity and real estate managers under a single roof.

For registrations, write to Sandeep/Krishna at or call 0120-4171111.

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