This year’s theme – Exploring the Future of Families – will provide insight into the environment that families will live and operate in the coming five, ten, twenty and even fifty years. Individual families will also share their perspectives on their own past and future. The Congress this year will look at four main areas:
What Sort Of World Will My Children and Grandchildren Live In?
Looking at issues of food security, resource scarcity, globalisation, technology, and ageing populations. What do these mean for family offices as investors and philanthropists?
The Big Risks Families Face in a Changing World
No family is immune from the challenges of a changing world. The question is what areas can and should families of wealth try to address through the practice of risk management?
Transition and Education in Families
Exploring the complexities of intergenerational transition and education, from an Australian and Asian perspective.
Exploring the stories of prominent families from Australia and around the world. How do they honour the legacy of the past, and how are they changing into the future?