Private Wealth

At the end of 2016, there were approximately 145,000 HNWIs living in Africa, with combined wealth holdings of approximately US$800 billion. An increase of 19% during the review period (2006-2016). This number is expected to rise by 36% over next 10 years, reaching approximately 198,000 by 2026.

The Private Wealth Immersion looks at the latest trends in Africa's family and private wealth, challenges and implications for wealth managers. It examines how wealth managers are diversifying the range of investment solutions accessible to Africa’s growing HNWIs. What is the impact of digital technology on wealth management? How are wealth managers, High-net-worth individuals (HNWI), and family offices reacting to these trends?

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ART AND FINANCE

Modern & Contemporary African Art: An Investable Alternative Asset Class?
WHEN: Friday, 15th December 2017  TIME: 18.00 - 20.30  WHERE: London

Modern and contemporary African art achieved record-breaking sales at some renowned auctions and private sales this year. On the face of it, this reaffirms the growing awareness of modern and contemporary African art categories, as well as its appetite as an alternative asset class. However, there are growing concerns around the 'financialisation’ of African art.


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ART AND FINANCE

Wealth Management Strategies for African Art Collectors
WHEN: Friday, 2nd Feb. 2017  TIME: 18.00 - 20.30  WHERE: London

The global art market is increasingly attracting ultra-wealthy collectors and investors. And in recent years, modern and contemporary African art has transcended its aesthetic appreciation to become a viable alternative asset class for wealth managers and family offices. However, despite their growing appeal, artworks remains one of the most difficult assets to incorporate into an overall portfolio mix, tax and financial plan....


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ART AND FINANCE

Wealth Management Strategies for African Art Collectors
WHEN: Friday, 2nd Feb. 2017  TIME: 18.00 - 20.30  WHERE: New York City

The global art market is increasingly attracting ultra-wealthy collectors and investors. And in recent years, modern and contemporary African art has transcended its aesthetic appreciation to become a viable alternative asset class for wealth managers and family offices. However, despite their growing appeal, artworks remains one of the most difficult assets to incorporate into an overall portfolio mix, tax and financial plan....

 
 
 
 
 
PRIVATE WEALTH

Paradigm Shift: Managing Africa’s Growing Private Wealth

FRIDAY, 14TH DECEMBER 2017  |   TIME: 18.00 - 20.30  |  LONDON
 
 
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ART AND FINANCE

Characteristics of a Typical Art Fund Investment
WHEN: Friday, 14th December 2017  TIME: 18.00 - 20.30  WHERE: London

Sotheby's modern and contemporary African art auction earlier this year saw the sale of 116 artworks with a record-breaking sale total of £2.8 million. On the face of it, this reaffirms the growing appetite for African art. However, are modern and contemporary African arts an investable alternative asset class? How will increasing Africa's private wealth impact the emergence of art as an asset class?


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ART AND FINANCE

The Business of Investing in African Art
WHEN: Friday, 2nd Feb. 2017  TIME: 18.00 - 20.30  WHERE: Paris

The global art market is increasingly attracting ultra-wealthy collectors and investors. And in recent years, modern and contemporary African art has transcended its aesthetic appreciation to become a viable alternative asset class for wealth managers and family offices. However, despite their growing appeal, artworks remains one of the most difficult assets to incorporate into an overall portfolio mix, tax and financial plan....


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ART AND FINANCE

Wealth Management Strategies for African Art Collectors
WHEN: TBA 2018  TIME: 18.00 - 20.30  WHERE: Singapore

The global art market is increasingly attracting ultra-wealthy collectors and investors. And in recent years, modern and contemporary African art has transcended its aesthetic appreciation to become a viable alternative asset class for wealth managers and family offices. However, despite their growing appeal, artworks remains one of the most difficult assets to incorporate into an overall portfolio mix, tax and financial plan....


ART AND FINANCE

Wealth Management Strategies for African Art Collectors
WHEN: TBA 2018  TIME: 18.00 - 20.30  WHERE: Cape Town

The global art market is increasingly attracting ultra-wealthy collectors and investors, par And in recent years, modern and contemporary African art has transcended its aesthetic appreciation to become a viable alternative asset class for wealth managers and family offices. However, despite their growing appeal, artworks remains one of the most difficult assets to incorporate into an overall portfolio mix, tax and financial plan....