HNW Forum: Book your place today

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Have you reserved your space at the HNW Forum which features keynote speeches from Gallagher’s Martin Oliver and Giles Greenfield from Markham Private Clients?

The HNW Forum is now open for registration so reserve your place today to be in with the chance of seeing our top speakers and taking part in our interactive workshop sessions.

The popular Forum, which is now in its fourth year, takes place at the Millennium Hotel in Mayfair, London on 19 October.

Sign up today to hear keynote speaker Martin Oliver, managing director - personal lines, Arthur J. Gallagher who will discuss how best to connect with an evolving client base and attract the millennial HNW market.

There is also an unmissable session from Giles Greenfield, CEO of Markham Private Clients, who will be sharing his insights on crisis solutions and kidnap and ransom for the high net worth customer.

Expertise
The day also features a series of insightful workshops examining some of the key issues impacting the private client sector at the moment.

Crawford & Company will address the trend for basement conversions, explore the risks, and address how to deal with claims in its session.

Staying on the construction theme, Ecclesiastical will also examine unusual construction and unconventional building materials in their workshop on the day.

Looking more inwardly, broker Home & Legacy will consider training and development during its masterclass and advise on the level of technical expertise required by the HNW intermediary.

MS Amlin is set to take a deep dive into the yacht and pleasure craft market which is popular in the HNW market.

And finally, Oak will look to examine external factors affecting the market. Its workshop will take in market evolution, unpenetrated areas of HNW, and claims.

Sign up today to secure your place to this popular, essential event.

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