Press Release – Maltese Prime Minister Keynote Speaker at Blevins Franks Conference

04.07.14

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The Prime Minister of Malta, the Honourable Mr. Joseph Muscat, was the keynote speaker at the annual Blevins Franks Wealth Management Conference which this year was held in Malta in late June and was attended by 150 delegates from around Europe.

The Prime Minister of Malta, the Honourable Mr. Joseph Muscat, was the keynote speaker at the annual Blevins Franks Wealth Management Conference which this year was held in Malta in late June and was attended by 150 delegates from around Europe.

According to Malta Today, “Prime Minister Joseph Muscat praised the work ethic and seriousness with which financial services company Blevins Franks operates”.

Following the Prime Minister’s address, Blevins Franks Partners and Private Client Managers from around Europe took part in a debate focused on key wealth management issues for UK nationals living in or visiting these countries.

Other speakers at the conference included Raymond Glodé of Edmond de Rothschild Group; Roderick Chalmers formerly Chairman of PwC’s Asia-Pacific business; ‘serial entrepreneur’ BJ Cunningham who is CEO of the luxury shoe brand Georgina Goodman, and Nick Rosenblatt of the global investment firm Russell Investments.

The conference, which was held in London last year and Luxembourg in 2012, allows delegates to hear about and discuss key topical wealth management issues affecting UK expatriates.

4 July 2014

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