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Matthias Knab and Opalesque terminate relationship with Anthony Ritossa and his 'Global Family Office Investment Summits'

Monday, June 04, 2018

Matthias Knab, Opalesque:

Matthias Knab and Opalesque will no longer support the family office conference series hosted by Anthony Ritossa (Ritossa Family Office) called "Global Family Office Investment Summit".

Given the differences over the direction of these conferences and other reasons, we are not attending or supporting the 6th Global Family Office Investment Summit which takes place end of June 2018 in Monaco, and no future Ritossa conferences.

For similar reasons, Mr Jason Cavanagh, CEO and Principal of the Saint Leonard Family Office, who acted as Chairman of the Ritossa conference in Monaco and Miami in 2017, is scheduled as Chairman for Monaco 2018, and is on the Summit's Advisory Board has confirmed to Opalesque today that he will not be attending or supporting the Ritossa Summit.

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