America Outbound Summit 2022

November 8, 2022 New York City

9:00-9:10 Session 1: Inside the Mind of the Billionaire
Angelo Robles, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Family Office Association

9:10-9:30 Session 2 Global Migration Trends and Developments in 2022 and Beyond
Eric Major, Chief Executive Officer, Latitude Consultancy Limited

9:30-9:50 Session 3: The Necessity of a Backup Plan for the Wealthy under the Current Landscape
Melvin Warshaw, International Tax and Estate Planning Lawyer

9:50-10:00 Session 4: Portugal – The Golden Country
Gonçalo Mendes Leal, Founding Partner, NSMLawyers

10:00-10:10 Session 5: Malta – Investment Migration Opportunities
Kenneth Camilleri, Managing Director, Vertex Alliance

10:10-10:20 Session 6: A Great Investment Opportunity to Hedge against Global Inflation
Hakan Kodal, Chairman, Optylon Krea

10:20-10:50 Networking Coffee Break

10:50-11:10 Session 7: Legalities of Applying for Citizenship by Investment
Nuri Katz, Co-Founder and President, Apex Capital Partners Corp.

11:10-11:30 Session 8: A Fireside Chat “Nostalgia and Optimism”
Richard Hallam, CBI Director, Ora Caribbean
Sam Bayat, Lawyer, Bayat Legal Services

11:30-11:40 Session 9: Enhancing Lifestyle via the Saint Lucia Citizenship Programme
Mc Claude Emmanuel, Chief Executive Officer, Citizenship by Investment Saint Lucia

11:40-12:30 Session 10: Panel Discussion – What Exactly Makes the Caribbean Attractive to Wealthy
Americans?

Panel Objective
As world economies undergo massive changes, there has never been a better time to secure second citizenship
that can protect the wealth and family from financial and political turmoil, as well as give visa-free access to a lot
more places. The industry is witnessing a surge in the number of HNWIs looking for a Caribbean passport. This
panel navigates how investors in America make a strategic choice that offers key financial advantages and relief
from global taxation, under the ongoing great reconfiguration of the investment immigration market.

Key Points to Address
•What are the biggest recent changes in the citizenship-by-investment industry in America since the global health
crisis and what are the key drivers of industry growth?
•What factors have affected the American investor migrants’ decisions on seeking second citizenship plans and
eyeing the Caribbean, despite the concerns?
•How to consider a holistic plan that fits every aspect of the personal and financial portfolio of the investors
when the opportunities in the Caribbean are examined?
•How does taxation play a role in the Caribbean options under the current economic landscape, whenever
taxation implications act as a primary motive for such a decision or as a direct consequence?
•How could advisors help investor migrants scan the challenges and risks, particularly those associated with the
real estate in the host countries to acquire citizenship or the ones related to program administrators?

Panelists:
Christopher Willis, Managing Director, Latitude Consultancy Limited
Nuri Katz, Co-Founder and President, Apex Capital Partners Corp.
Richard Hallam, CBI Director, Ora Caribbean
Mc Claude Emmanuel, Chief Executive Officer, Citizenship by Investment Saint Lucia
Cameron Fraser, Director, Moon Gate Antigua
Thomas R McOsker, Entrepreneur

12:30-14:00 Networking Luncheon

14:00-14:15 Session 11: Navigating the US Tax Benefits and Pitfalls of Becoming a Bona Fide Resident of Puerto
Rico
Juan Lopez Valek, Associate, Mayer Brown

14:15-14:25 Session 12: Your Pathway to a New Life via the Italy Residence by Investment Program
Madalena Monteiro, Head of Legal, Magwind Global

14:25-15:15 Session 13: Panel Discussion – Investment Opportunities and Strategic Choice in Europe for Plan B

Panel Objective
Americans have been considering Europe as the salvation to escape from the uncertainties. Partly as a result of
that, the investment immigration industry in Europe has grown immensely in recent years and there is no doubt it
will exponentially develop in the near future. This panel explores the residence measures not only for greater
mobility but also for safer livelihoods and better financial freedom that has become the long-term practice of
wealthy Americans.

Key Points to Address
•What are the changing mindsets of wealthy individuals who have been considering a plan B that would help
them and their families become safer amid the current situation?
•How have these resulted in their relocation plans or residence plans and more careful decisions than ever?
•What needs to be taken into account in terms of the new domicile destination or program option when the
individuals are open to new possibilities?
•With the complexity of how citizenships or residences will affect the basis of the wealth management and tax
planning that the HNW clients have to face, how about the strategic choice to be employed?
•With the complexity of more stringent global regulations, how are the clients ensured compliant with new
policies and scrutiny processes, when their assets are more diversified and more exposed to worldwide volatility?

Panelists:
Gonçalo Mendes Leal, Founding Partner, NSMLawyers
Kyriakos Xydis, Managing Partner, Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Athens Properties
João Baptista, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, Spark Captial Lda
Ana Damásio, Director of Real Estate, Wyndham Grand Algarve Residences
Madalena Monteiro, Head of Legal, Magwind Global

15:15-15:20 Session 14: Verge, Your Golden Visa Investment
Mário Pais de Sousa, Managing Partner, Verge Property Developers

15:20-15:50 Networking Coffee Break

15:50-16:15 Session 15: Private Placement Life Insurance (PPLI): Tax-Advantaged Wealth Growth for
International HNW Families & Family Office Advisors
Henry Montag, Managing Partner, The TOLI Center East
Steven Horowitz, Partner, Horowitz and Rubenstein, LLC

16:15-17:00 Session 16: Panel Discussion – Succession Plan that Embraces Governance, Tax & Compliance

Panel Objective
The worldwide economic unpredictability and the regional downturn have exposed some family businesses to
strategic and operational deficiencies. American families have been focusing closely on robust wealth and asset
preservation plans. The founder generations are increasingly seeking guidance for estate and business transition
to the next generations. This panel gives insights on how advisors deal with the HNW clients in terms of the
extremely customized matters of estate and succession planning, amid newly unexpected challenges.

Key Points to Address
•What are critical considerations and emerging awareness influencing how HNW families are approaching
succession and estate planning?
•How advisors shall keep constantly adapting to the changing needs of clients, carrying dialogues and nurturing
inclusiveness among client families’ multi-generations?
•Which jurisdictions do American families prefer to utilize, and how do those fit into the family succession these
days, especially when the client’s footprint is more international than ever before?
•What structures are in favor of or what needs to be remediated in terms of older structures, with the ongoing
mandatory disclosure rules and other regulations in different jurisdictions?
•How do advisors ensure the tailor-made arrangements are managed effectively to avoid the worst-case
scenarios, particularly the business continuity that has been concerned due to the ever-changing global crisis?

Panelists:
Alicea Castellanos, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Global Taxes LLC
Eveline Gerck, Venture Partner of Alpha Square Group, Member of the Board of Directors and Advisory Boards
of VC Funds and Companies
Henry Montag, Managing Partner, The TOLI Center East
Steven Horowitz, Partner, Horowitz and Rubenstein, LLC

17:00 Closing Remarks

17:00-18:00 Networking Cocktail – Sponsored by Verge Property Developers

America Outbound Summit 2022

November 10, 2022 Los Angeles

9:00-9:05 Welcoming Remarks

9:05-9:25 Session 1: Growing Demand for Global Freedom and Security in an Increasingly Unpredictable World
Jon Green, Co-Founder and Director of Global Sales, Latitude Consultancy Limited

9:25-9:35 Session 2: Portugal – The Golden Country
Gonçalo Mendes Leal, Founding Partner, NSMLawyers

9:35-9:45 Session 3: Malta – Investment Migration Opportunities
Kenneth Camilleri, Managing Director, Vertex Alliance

9:45-10:05 Session 4: Legalities of Applying for Citizenship by Investment
Armand Tannous, Vice President, Apex Capital Partners Corp.

10:05-10:15 Session 5: Enhancing Lifestyle via the Saint Lucia Citizenship Programme
Mc Claude Emmanuel, Chief Executive Officer, Citizenship by Investment Saint Lucia

10:15-10:45 Networking Coffee Break

10:45-11:05 Session 6: A Fireside Chat “Nostalgia and Optimism”
Richard Hallam, CBI Director, Ora Caribbean
Sam Bayat, Lawyer, Bayat Legal Services

11:05-12:00 Session 7: Panel Discussion – What Exactly Makes the Caribbean Attractive to Wealthy Americans?

Panel Objective
As world economies undergo massive changes, there has never been a better time to secure second citizenship
that can protect the wealth and family from financial and political turmoil, as well as give visa-free access to a lot
more places. The industry is witnessing a surge in the number of HNWIs looking for a Caribbean passport. This
panel navigates how investors in America make a strategic choice that offers key financial advantages and relief
from global taxation, under the ongoing great reconfiguration of the investment immigration market.

Key Points to Address
•What are the biggest recent changes in the citizenship-by-investment industry in America since the global health
crisis and what are the key drivers of industry growth?
•What factors have affected the American investor migrants’ decisions on seeking second citizenship plans and
eyeing the Caribbean, despite the concerns?
•How to consider a holistic plan that fits every aspect of the personal and financial portfolio of the investors
when the opportunities in the Caribbean are examined?
•How does taxation play a role in the Caribbean options under the current economic landscape, whenever
taxation implications act as a primary motive for such a decision or as a direct consequence?
•How could advisors help investor migrants scan the challenges and risks, particularly those associated with the
real estate in the host countries to acquire citizenship or the ones related to program administrators?

Panelists:
Armand Tannous, Vice President, Apex Capital Partners Corp.
Richard Hallam, CBI Director, Ora Caribbean
Mc Claude Emmanuel, Chief Executive Officer, Citizenship by Investment Saint Lucia
Sam Bayat, Lawyer, Bayat Legal Services
Cameron Fraser, Director, Moon Gate Antigua

12:00-13:30 Networking Luncheon

13:30-13:50 Session 8: Taxation Planning for US Expats
Cynthia Brittain, Partner, Karlin & Peebles, LLP

13:50-14:00 Session 9: Your Pathway to a New Life via the Italy Residence by Investment Program
Madalena Monteiro, Head of Legal, Magwind Global

14:00-14:55 Session 10: Panel Discussion – Investment Opportunities and Strategic Choice in Europe for Plan B

Panel Objective
Americans have been considering Europe as the salvation to escape from the uncertainties. Partly as a result of
that, the investment immigration industry in Europe has grown immensely in recent years and there is no doubt it
will exponentially develop in the near future. This panel explores the residence measures not only for greater
mobility but also for safer livelihoods and better financial freedom that has become the long-term practice of
wealthy Americans.

Key Points to Address
•What are the changing mindsets of wealthy individuals who have been considering a plan B that would help
them and their families become safer amid the current situation?
•How have these resulted in their relocation plans or residence plans and more careful decisions than ever?
•What needs to be taken into account in terms of the new domicile destination or program option when the
individuals are open to new possibilities?
•With the complexity of how citizenships or residences will affect the basis of the wealth management and tax
planning that the HNW clients have to face, how about the strategic choice to be employed?
•With the complexity of more stringent global regulations, how are the clients ensured compliant with new
policies and scrutiny processes, when their assets are more diversified and more exposed to worldwide volatility?

Panelists:
Ezzedeen Soleiman, Managing Partner, Latitude Consultancy Limited
Gonçalo Mendes Leal, Founding Partner, NSMLawyers
João Baptista, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, Spark Captial Lda
Ana Damásio, Director of Real Estate, Wyndham Grand Algarve Residences
Madalena Monteiro, Head of Legal, Magwind Global

14:55-15:00 Session 11: Verge, Your Golden Visa Investment
Mário Pais de Sousa, Managing Partner, Verge Property Developers

15:00-15:05 Session 12: Alternative Investments Eligible for Portuguese Golden Visa
Valentina Sofijanic, US/UK Country Representative, Optylon Krea

15:05-15:35 Networking Coffee Break

15:35-15:50 Session 13: A Powerful Financial Portfolio for HNW Families
Jason Koo, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Emotional Intelligence Financial Services Corporation

15:50-16:10 Session 14: Navigating the US Visa Landscape
Angie Rupert, Attorney, Rupert Law Group

16:10-16:55 Session 15: Panel Discussion – Succession Plan that Embraces Governance, Tax & Compliance

Panel Objective
The worldwide economic unpredictability and the regional downturn have exposed some family businesses to
strategic and operational deficiencies. American families have been focusing closely on robust wealth and asset
preservation plans. The founder generations are increasingly seeking guidance for estate and business transition
to the next generations. This panel gives insights on how advisors deal with HNW clients in terms of the
extremely customized matters of estate and succession planning, amid newly unexpected challenges.

Key Points to Address
•What are critical considerations and emerging awareness influencing how HNW families are approaching
succession and estate planning?
•How advisors shall keep constantly adapting to the changing needs of clients, carrying dialogues and nurturing
inclusiveness among client families’ multi-generations?
•Which jurisdictions do American families prefer to utilize, and how do those fit into the family succession these
days, especially when the client’s footprint is more international than ever before?
•What structures are in favor of or what needs to be remediated in terms of older structures, with the ongoing
mandatory disclosure rules and other regulations in different jurisdictions?
•How do advisors ensure the tailor-made arrangements are managed effectively to avoid the worst-case
scenarios, particularly the business continuity that has been a concern due to the ever-changing global crisis?

Panelists:
Michael Wang, Chief Executive Office and Founder, Prometheus Alternative Investments
Cynthia Brittain, Partner, Karlin & Peebles, LLP
Jason Koo, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Emotional Intelligence Financial Services Corporation

16:55-17:00 Closing Remarks

17:00-19:00 Networking Cocktail – Sponsored by Latitude Consultancy Limited