22 SEP – Risky Business : Time to Diversify 

Thursday, September 22, 2022

Every decision in life involves exposure to some form of risk. Some risks are significantly more obvious than others.

Nobel laureate Harry Markowitz reportedly said, with regard to investing, that diversification is the only free lunch”.

Paul Gambles of MBMG Investment Advisory will discuss to what extent that claim is true with regard to investment allocation and whether it applies to other aspects of life.

James Fraser of MBMG Group will examine whether it is feasible to diversify tax and reporting risks as Thailand moves closer to adopting Common Reporting Standards and other Exchange of Information protocols.

Emile de Marsac of Henley & Partners will explore country-specific and global volatility risks and whether diversifying domicile options through multiple residencies and citizenships can mitigate these risk factors.  

Hosted by Arpaporn Buntum (Air), Corporate Advisor at MBMG Hua Hin. 

If diversification is the only free lunch, it’s also one of the most widely misunderstood concepts in all forms of risk assessment and management. This is in part due to the fact that it’s not a single, simple concept – in actuality there are many different types of diversification.

Join us to find out more and to discuss this with our speakers.

Register now  > https://mbmg-event.orsontechnology.com

For queries or registration matters, please contact 

Khun. Nam at [email protected] 

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