STEP Caribbean conference 2015 hosted by Anguilla set to land in St Maarten may 4 – 6
Conference program will tackle the thorny issues within the region and beyond Stellar line up of speakers featured
TORONTO - A truly international line up of speakers will grace the stage at the STEP Caribbean Conference 2015 to be hosted this year by Anguilla in St Maartin.
Speakers ranging from The Honorable Mr. Justice David Hayton, The Caribbean Court of Justice for Trinidad and Tobago to Nicholas Malumian, Partner Malumian & Fossati have been slotted into a program designed to provide thought leadership and state of the art intel on the topics that matter to wealth structuring and trust professionals today.
Joining them will be Professor Avinash Persaud, The Peterson Trust, Barbados and Washington and Kevvie Fowler, a data protection and technology expert from KPMG Canada – Kevvie spoke at last years conference and was so well received that conference organisors asked him back to give part two of his presentation on “who’s minding your data”.
This years conference will also see a Sunday “excursion” for delegates from St Maartin to Anguilla to enjoy a beach BBQ and some sunshine at Da Vida, one of the most beautiful beach clubs on the island. There is no extra cost for delegates to attend on the Sunday and organizers are planning for a “full boat” for that event.
The conference kicks off Monday with an exciting presentation from Helene Lewis, former Chair of STEP Worldwide and a respected trust lawyer from BVI. The program runs the gamut from regional subject matter experts to international speakers and has been designed to provide delegates with pragmatic and useful information and updates on both macro and technical topics.
Delegate registration is now open and sponsorships though limited, are still available.
The full program is posted on the website along with speaker bios and photos.