Dominik v. Eynern
Dominik comes from a business family which is now in its 5th generation.
He holds a BSc in Economics and a MSc in Finance, worked in the international investment banking industry and co-founded a family office. His research on family dynamics is inspired by insights from cognitive neuroscience, behavioural economics, complex system and chaos theory.
Doris is a Director of Stonehage Fleming within the Family Office Division where she draws on her experience in succession planning/family governance, both as a 3rd generation entrepreneur and as an advisor to other family businesses. Doris is a Non Executive director of her family business, mainly focused on hospitality and real estate.
Octavian Graf Pilati
Through her company Core Values Consulting she advises a range of multi-generational business families on their succession planning, family governance and Next Gen challenges to secure healthy generational continuity and longevity.
She is also the founder of The Legacy Circle, which crafts exclusive global gatherings for UHNWIs and business families. Focus is put on navigating the world of intergenerational wealth to help UHNWIs understand the complexities of maintaining a lasting legacy, or starting their own.
Sasha is an avid philanthropist who sits on the Board of PeacePlayers, and acts as Ambassador for Arts and Culture Without Borders and Ubuntu Life. She is also a FORBES-contributor and has written and co-authored researched-based articles that focus on women in family businesses.
Sasha has a Bachelor of Arts from King’s College London, majoring in Modern Foreign Languages with Education and Film, a Diploma from the University of Barcelona in Shakespearean Studies and a Cambridge University CELTA Qualification. She splits her time between Cyprus, Sweden and the USA.
Prof. Dr. Bernd Ankenbrand
What is meaningful wealth for us? How do we find the purpose of our wealth? Prof. Dr. Bernd Ankenbrand explores meaningful wealth and its yardsticks. As a scientist and pilot, he explores the unmapped worlds of behavioral economics and provides application-oriented insights for meaningful wealth.
Dr. Bernd Ankenbrand is a professor at the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt. His international research and teaching experience includes appointments at the University of Witten/Herdecke, Karlshochschule International University, the Sino German School of Governance in Nanjing, China, the Northern Institute of Technology in Hamburg, and the Social Cognition and Social Neuroscience Lab at Princeton University, USA.
In the private sector, his professional stations include Arthur Andersen, PwC and gexid. While his references as a keynote speaker include Deutsche Bank, Carmignac Gestion, C-Quadrat, Universal Investment, the Private Banking Congress and Standard Life.