Kathryn von Matthiessen, a partner in the Private Wealth practice, will speak on the "What can I do with my assets in this new abnormal world?" panel discussion at 11:30 a.m. on Monday, March 6. Panelists will discuss the re-emergence of asset protection as a critical part of private client planning as a result of major crises such as the US-China commercial battle, continuing economic effects of COVID-19, runaway causes by socialist-communist political movements in some countries, and the current European entanglement with transparency regulation. With an increased demand on lawyers to address the needs of personal security, family migration, political abuse, financial and market volatility, and family business internationalization, rather than solely focusing on tax, the panel will analyze how the legal profession is dealing with such protection needs without violating the transparency world and the responsibility imposed on advisors.

Learn more about the 28th Annual International Private Client Conference: New realities in the private client practice.