Dmitry Klenov joined UFG Wealth Management in 2005 as a legal Counsel. In his current position as UFG Wealth Management Partner, Mr. Klenov oversees law practice. His area of responsibilities include capital structuring, inheritance, tax and immigration law, and also legal support of M&A deals. Dmitry specialises in international corporate law and has advised clients on acquisition of real estate, structuring of investment projects, development projects, real estate financing, leasing of commercial property and property management.
Prior to taking up his position, he worked for one of the leading development companies in Moscow. The position entailed a wide range of responsibilities in optimising real estate management, analysis of construction investment projects and the reorientation of real estate to match development objectives. From 2000 to 2003, Mr. Klenov held the position of project manager of construction company, working on such significant construction projects as the Lefortovo tunnel (on Moscow's third ring road), the bridge over the Moscow river (by Christ the Saviour Cathedral).
He holds a Master's degree in International and EU Law from Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Family offices debate - creating complex products to meet customer needs; CFC and deoffshorisation; Innovation & technology in private banks in Russia; Alternative investments & many more
UBS, Credit Suisse, Lombard Odier, Uralsib Private Bank, Promsvyabank, VTB & more
FOCUS DAY and about recent developments in immigration laws and programmes
Third Rome, UFG Wealth Management, LEON Family Office, CBH Europe, Financial Family Office, Zenith Capital & more regularly take part
(Source: The “Futurewealth report” by Scorpio Partnership, NPG Wealth Management and SEI, February 2014)
We would like to thank all speakers, sponsors and delegates for making this anniversary Summit a great success!
Over 200 participants took part in the event and enjoyed insightful presentations and lively discussions and networking events.
Hot topic of CFC rules was actively discussed during Session 5 and 6. Other popular presentations were: