SOURCE: Institutional Investor

August 04, 2008 07:30 ET

James (Jay) E. Hughes, Jr., Esq. to Host Interactive Discussion at 6th Annual Integrated Wealth Management Forum in New York City

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - August 4, 2008) - Institutional Investor Events is proud to have James (Jay) E. Hughes, Jr., Esq. take part in its 6th Annual Integrated Wealth Management Forum for an interactive Q&A over breakfast on September 16th at the Union League Club in New York City. This year's Integrated Wealth Management Forum will be co-hosted with the 3rd Annual Women & Wealth Forum on September 17th at the same venue.

The Integrated Wealth Management Forum is hosted by industry guru Jean L. P. Brunel, editor of "The Journal of Wealth Management," and produced in association with "Private Asset Management" -- a publication of Institutional Investor News dedicated to the private wealth management industry. The conference is the premier educational and networking gathering for private investors, high-net-worth portfolio managers & family offices.

Hughes is the author of "Family Wealth: Keeping It in the Family," and more recently, "Family -- The Compact Among Generations," both published by Bloomberg Press. He is renowned for his work and writings on intergenerational planning and succession.

Featured speakers at the 6th Annual Integrated Wealth Management Forum also include behavioral finance expert Terrance Odean, PhD, investment guru Ashvin Chhabra PhD and demographics expert Gerrit W. Gong, PhD.

Highlights for the 6th Annual Integrated Wealth Management Forum include:

--  Rethinking Asset Allocation in the Context of Crisis, Market
    Volatility and Wealth Mobility
--  Current and Future Trends in Global Demographics
--  Hedge Fund Failures: Lessons Learned in the Post Sub-Prime World
--  Exploding the Myths of Managing Family Relational Dynamics
--  Active Tax Management: a Perspective from the Field
    

The 3rd Annual Women & Wealth Forum is the only forum that meets the specific needs of high-net-worth women and their advisors. The 2008 program will offer informed debate on women in family businesses, legacy planning, behavioral finance, hedge funds and other alternative investments.

Featured Speakers include female leaders of family businesses and foundations such as Marcy Syms, Alexandra Lebenthal, Cathy Sulzberger, Ruth Ann Harnisch and Judy Casten.

For details on the full agenda and speaking faculty for both events, please visit www.iievents.com/wealth or www.iievents.com/womenandwealth

If you would like to feature the conferences in your publication and attend as press, please contact Ronda DiMasi at 212-224-3569 or rdimasi@iievents.com

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