FOUNDER & CEO
Vahe is Founder and CEO of the Global Family Office Community (GFOC), and is a globally recognised leader in the family office space.
Vahe created GFOC to provide a safe and comfortable setting where family offices can meet each other; share ideas, stories and best practice; and learn from experts, in an otherwise private and lonely environment. This has now grown to be a globally cohesive group with nearly 1,000 family office members.
Vahe expanded GFOC, the umbrella group, to provide a broader set of activities and programme of events throughout the year serving family office needs. These include private family office dinners, seminars, the flagship renowned Global Family Office Conference, the annual Family Office Retreat in the South of France, as well as other international summits.
Other activities include the online global portal for family offices, www.familyofficerecruitment.com, established in 2011 and which serves as a valuable information resource for not only events, but also family office recruitment, news, thought leadership, and approved supplier directories. Vahe is also a trusted advisor to families.
Vahe has grown GFOC to be the leading community for family offices. GFOC is supported by an experienced and respected Advisory Board, in addition to family office members themselves. GFOC is very much a group driven by family offices, and for family offices.
Vahe strongly believes in family, and GFOC is very much a family business which the family offices appreciate. New team members are very much treated like family as well. Vahe is based in London, UK, but GFOC operates internationally.
Vahe is also Co-Founder of the Global Next Gen Community.
Vahe successfully spent his early career in marketing management across sectors, but finally in financial services. He is a Chartered Marketer and graduated with a Masters degree in Marketing (MA), having previously obtained a BA (Hons).
Vahe is honoured to be a Goodwill Ambassador for the Aurora Prize.
Email Vahe: firstname.lastname@example.org