Former Mexican President Felipe Calderón will be the keynote speaker. *File photo
Former Mexican President Felipe Calderón will be the keynote speaker. *File photo

There are plenty of subjects to keep wealth management professionals and private investors at the Capital G Private Wealth Conference.

Registration has opened for the conference scheduled for April 11 at the Fairmont Southampton, Bermuda.

Registration may be completed by visiting the conference site at

Former Mexican President Felipe Calderón will be the keynote speaker and is joined by an array of financial experts in the wealth management industry. The following are confirmed conference speakers and panelists:

Panel Discussion: The State of Global Economics and Markets

  • Jonathan Dahl, senior editor, Wall Street Journal
  • Bob Richards Bermuda Minister of Finance
  • James Gibbons, chairman, Capital G Bank
  • Peter Hughes, group managing director, APEX Fund Services

Session Speakers

  • Covered for Life — Larry Gibson, vice president, Colonial Pension Services (Bahamas) Limited
  • FATCA Facts — David Harper, senior manager, KPMG
  • The Risk of Kidnap and Ransom — Adolfo Gonzolez Olhovich, director general, T M Sourcing
  • Macro Trends in the Equities Market — William Stewart, executive chairman of W.P. Stewart & Co.
  • Non-Bermudian Real Estate — Peter A. S. Pearman, director, Conyers Dill & Pearman
  • Concierge Services - Ricardo Tafur, Sr business leader Affluent Products, VISA

The Capital G Private Wealth Conference began in 2010, and resumes this year to provide an advice-based framework for addressing the issues of topical relevance today to Bermuda’s high net worth segment.

The Conference focuses on the threats to wealth preservation in today’s economy, effective strategies for wealth protection and ultimately wealth transfer by delivering sound, expert advice from a universe of well respected industry professionals on the issues of importance to our clients today.

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