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SALT New York
Your Exclusive Invitation from FORCE Family Office

Registration For This Event Is Closed.

Date & Time:

September 13-15
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval

About the Event:

SALT is coming home to New York this September and Family Offices in our network can attend for FREE!

SALT is one of the world’s premier financial events, connecting leading asset managers and entrepreneurs with top asset owners, investment advisors and policy experts. This year’s event is themed “Building A Better Post-Pandemic World” and will feature include Steve Cohen, founder of Point72 and owner of the New York Mets; Cathie Wood founder and CEO of Ark Invest; Les Brun Chairman and CEO of Sarr Group, along with some of the world’s foremost family offices.

Family Offices can register to attend SALT New York, held at the brand-new Javits Center Expansion September 13-15, 2021. There will be programming and networking for three full days, plus evening social functions and entertainment.

This is your exclusive invitation. It is non-transferrable so please do not share it with anyone else. If you know someone who would appreciate an invitation, please email and we will send one to the

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