Guernsey Private Wealth Forum

The Power of Capital
Tuesday 05 October 2021

Guernsey Private Wealth Forum

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05 October 2021 - London

2:00PM - 5:30PM



Join WE ARE GUERNSEY at the Banking Hall in London on 5 October as we celebrate a return to hosting physical events with the return of our annual Private Wealth Forum.

Titled 'The Power of Capital', the Guernsey Private Wealth Forum 2021 will explore the topical and pressing conversations surrounding the good that wealth can do. As the days of investing solely to turn an economic return on investment appear to be well and truly over, today’s families and investors want investments which are not just good now but good for the future, too. They want a social as well as an economic return.

As a force for global good, Guernsey has developed a reputation for successfully channelling wealth into solving the issues that families and investors care about. Combining this with more than 50 years’ experience in providing specialist private wealth services, and the breadth and depth of experienced professionals including in fiduciary, investment management, tax and legal services, Guernsey is better placed than most to facilitate this discussion.

We are thrilled to be opening this year’s event with a keynote speech delivered by Cherie Blair CBE. The renowned barrister, lecturer, writer, and philanthropist will outline the importance of ‘moral capital’, and how philanthropic action through her Foundation has successfully transformed the lives of more than 100,000 women in several low and middle-income economies.

Turning to provide a Guernsey update, Sally Rochester, Risk and Regulation Director at Deloitte LLP, will outline the significant steps that have been made in Guernsey towards aligning the island with the world’s major economies as the island celebrates the publication of its roadmap to becoming a UN Environment Programme Finance Initiative 21st Century Fiduciary Duty jurisdiction.

Following this, a panel of experts commanded by Elaine Gray, Head of Dispute Resolution and Litigation at Carey Olsen, will delve deeper into the events’ key themes – notably to explore how philanthropy fits into this ever-evolving landscape that sees patient capital on the rise. We are pleased to introduce Rennie Hoare, Partner & Head of Philanthropy at C. Hoare & Co; and Julia Mensink, Head of Impact at Acumen.


Banking Hall
14 Cornhill

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Carey Olsen

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Carey Olsen is a leading offshore law firm and the largest legal practice in Guernsey. Our services include: banking and finance, corporate, insurance, investment funds, trusts and private wealth, regulatory, dispute resolution, employment, pensions and commercial and residential property.

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Ogier is a global professional services firm providing practical advice on a unique combination of six laws: BVI, Cayman, Guernsey, Irish, Jersey, and Luxembourg. Our network of locations includes Beijing, Hong Kong, London, Shanghai, Singapore, and Tokyo.

Ogier offers a seamless contentious and non-contentious private wealth advisory service, which also includes relevant corporate support to structures underlying trusts. From simple to more sophisticated structures established for succession purposes, asset protection, tax efficiency, family governance or confidentiality, Ogier's private wealth team is focused on providing the right advice for each client.

Our contentious trusts team can also help to resolve disputes concerning trusts and foundations, should the need arise. And, in conjunction with our high-value residency teams in Cayman, Guernsey, and Jersey, Ogier also advises domestic and international clients on buying and selling residential property and on the associated estate planning. Our wider services to individuals relocating their businesses and family include advising on residency applications and immigration matters in conjunction with trusted tax advisers, coordinating surveyors, architects, site and property finding professionals, as well as private banks to provide a seamless and personal service.