Tuesday, July 20, 2021
All times listed are in U.S. Central Time
|10:00 am||Welcome to the Forum
Glen W. Johnson, Chief Operating Officer, FOX
2021 Trust and Estate Planning Update
Moderated by Scott Winget, Enterprise Market Leader, FOX
Navigating the Evolving Insurance Landscape
Moderated by Sean Kevelighan, President and Chief Executive Officer, Insurance Information Institute
|12:10 pm||Lunch Break|
|1:00 pm||Concurrent Sessions
Joy Taylor, Principal, Operational & Organizational Transformation Solution Family Leader, Grant Thornton
After an unprecedented, tumultuous year for the entire world, it’s time to take what was learned in 2020 to develop new approaches for the future. But can someone provide guidance on effectively managing the pace without all the pressure? During this session, Joy Taylor will discuss ways to control short and long-term transformation and how change management should be used to care for the family office team, the family business(es) and the families themselves. Joy will highlight ways to do the near-impossible - plan for how to overcome both the obvious and the yet-to-be-discovered challenges.
|2:00 pm||Forum Sponsor Zoom Rooms
Join us for this casual opportunity to meet with our Forum Sponsors to learn more about them and get your questions answered.
|2:20 pm||Concurrent Breakout Sessions
FOX recently completed a new study on Complexity and Value. The study centers on the complexity that is reflected in a family’s size, structure and planning, and how that in-turn drives complexity and cost in the office. The study also reveals how the office provides value to the family in managing inherent complexity, mitigating risks and leveraging opportunities. Attendees will get a chance to review and discuss the findings, learn how to interpret their own office results, and explore how to use the study for the benefit of the family and the office.
Domingo P. Such, III, Partner, Firmwide Chair, Family Office Services Practice, Perkins Coie LLP
Regulatory change is in the air. With the Corporate Transparency Act, post Archegos crackdown, and a congressional focus on tax revenues, family offices are in the center of critical regulatory conversations. What are the implications to existing and future family structures, privacy, and reporting? What is being done in Washington DC to bring an industry voice and balanced perspective? FOX brings together a panel of experts to explore the implications and potential scenarios for family office executives and key advisors to consider in their planning.
1.0 CPE | Specialized Knowledge
|3:20 pm||Day 1 Concludes|
Wednesday, July 21, 2021
|9:00 am||Forum Sponsor Zoom Rooms
Join us for this casual opportunity to meet with our Forum Sponsors to learn more about them and get your questions answered. Pop in at any point during the hour, for as long as you would like to visit.
|10:00 am||Welcome to Day 2|
Exploring Trust with Technology
Trust is the core value in family offices' work. It has been forged over decades and in some cases, generations. Trust has always been fragile, but in the digital space, even more so. How is trust redefined in a world where we will be conducting work mostly digitally? How do we choose technology that builds trust rather than destroys it? What are the five red flags we need to be aware of, and how does ethical AI address these concerns? These questions and more will be addressed.
1.0 CPE | Specialized Knowledge
|11:00 am||The Happy Middle - A Hybrid Work Environment
Rob Ollander-Krane, Talent Management Innovator
Moderated by Bonnie Gauger, Human Resources Director, Johnson Keland Management
In the last year, workers around the globe have experienced remote work, not by choice, but by necessity. Not surprisingly, many have found it a positive experience and hope they can continue working remotely even after the pandemic is over. Others miss the office and can’t wait to get back. No one size fits all. Now that the pandemic is coming to an end, organizations have an important decision to make. Stick with remote working, return to the office or something in the middle. In this keynote, hear Talent Management guru Rob Ollander-Krane share a strong point of view for finding a happy middle… the hybrid work environment. He will share key things to consider when making the choice and a few strategies for operationalizing it. Don’t miss this opportunity to set your Family Office up for success as we round the corner on this pandemic.
1.0 CPE | Personnel/Human Resources
Leadership in a New Era
|12:50 pm||Closing Comments and Forum Wrap Up|
Field of Study: Taxes, Specialized Knowledge, Personnel/Human Resources - Up to 7 CPE credits can be earned by attending this event. CPE credits are accepted at the option of state certifying boards. Requirements, compliance procedures and acceptance may vary by state. Learning Objectives: Describe the latest updates related to trust and estate planning, explain how to navigate the insurance landscape, understand the meaning of trust with technology, discover how to foster culture in a hybrid work environment, describe the skills needed to be a leader in the new era.
Program Level: Overview | No prerequisites are required for any of the sessions. | Delivery Method: Group Internet Base
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