Hamptons Family Office & Wealth Forum.

The 1640 Society is a private and exclusive group of family offices.  The Founding Families are prominent ultra high net worth family offices who seek a private forum to connect with other like-minded individuals and compare notes on issues relating to wealth management, asset allocation, governance, impact investing, philanthropy and passing family values to the next generation of leaders.  The 1640 Society’s meetings and events are strictly invitation only. 


The Hamptons Family Office & Wealth Forum hosts a group of the most prominent family offices and ultra high net worth individuals and influential investors in the foundation community. It is a unique gathering run by the families for the families, and all attendees agree to a “no fundraising and no solicitation” business ethic. The Forum is a one-day meeting consisting of presentations, topical discussions, cocktail receptions and networking relevant to family offices, family members and their advisors.

Conference attendees are expected to consist of 100+ of the world’s leading families including family members, Chief Investment Officers, and key decision makers from family offices across the globe.  Attendance is strictly invitation only and all attendees need to be approved by the 1640 Society.


LEADING Family Office Forum
The Forum brings together prominent families & philanthropists who summer in the Hamptons, the greater New York community, as well as international families from Mid East, Europe and Asia who seek a private and exclusive venue to network, exchange new information & ideas and hear from leaders in the field. Speakers are predominately SFO's from across the United States and the globe including first generation wealth thru fifth generation wealth.

Family Member &
CIO Panels

Hear from leading family offices from across the United States, as well as Dubai, Australia and Europe.

INVITATION ONLY
The 1640 Society is only inviting qualified family office CIO's and leading families from across the globe to meet for a private gathering to discuss issues pertinent to them.