The Israeli Market
As one of the largest foreign countries in terms of IPOs on the NASDAQ, Israel has produced hundreds of new HNWI that either owned or worked for companies that went public.
Israel’s very recent flexible tax regime is attracting new Jewish ultra and high net worth individuals to relocate and transfer their assets to Israel. Furthermore, as a young country, the “old money owners” are reaching the 3rd generation stage that is the most challenging generation that requires professional advisory in many fields.
Israel has seventy-one billionaires as of 2021, with one of the highest per capita rates in the world, at 6.7 billionaires for every million people.
Jewish state ranks 23rd worldwide in total number of wealthy people, and Israelis gained more assets in the past year than the citizens of almost any other country.
Israel has about 150,000 millionaires, and its population is getting wealthier quickly, according to a report from the Swiss banking firm Credit Suisse.
Israel ranks 23rd worldwide in its total number of millionaires, and by 2024 is expected to have 173,000 millionaires, representing a growth rate of 32 percent, the annual Global Wealth Report found.
About DC Finance
DC Finance (www.dc-finance.com) builds an international network of high net worth individuals, family offices, and investors for mutual growth and support through first tier events worldwide.
DC Finance is a leading financial conference organizer reaching over 1,000 families worldwide representing over $300 Billion USD. in the US alone the firm reaches over 400 families representing $200 Billion USD.
Known for its strict registration policy, its unique topic discussions, and world-class speakers, DC Finance has built a brand that is considered one of the best in its field.
In the US, DC Finance holds its flagship East Coast Family Office & Wealth Management Conference with over 250 attendees representing over $100 billion (www.nyc-wealth.com), The High Tech & Innovation Family Office New York Meeting – the only tech investing dedicated event for HNW & FOs (www.thenycmeetings.com), The Texas Series of Family Office Conferences in Dallas and Houston, The Pre-Art Basel Florida Family Office Conference in South Beach that continues all along the Art Basel week (www.wealth-florida.com) and The Family Office Real Estate NYC Meeting (www.wealth-realestate.com) and the Chicago conference (www.chicago-wealth.com).
In the UK , DC Finance holds The London Family Office & Wealth Management Conference (www.london-wealth.com).
In Israel the company has established seven of the country’s top financial conferences: The Semi-Annual Economic Conference; The Going Public Abroad Annual Conference; The Annual Securities Offering Convention; The Kibbutz Industries Annual Economic Conference; The Annual Corporate Finance Conference (www.israel-finance.com); the Tel Aviv Institutional Investment Conference (www.tlvii.com) and The Annual Family Office & Wealth Management Conference which is considered one the world’s largest conferences in this field (www.israelwealth.com).
The conference agenda covers topics such as single vs. multi-family offices, building the next generation, family views on different issues, multi-family office investment philosophies, portfolio construction, private equity, real estate investment, technology and innovation, alternative assets, asset allocation models and taxation strategies.