Philip Marcovici

Philip Marcovici is principal at the Offices of Philip Marcovici and serves as a consultant for governments, financial institutions, and global families on tax, wealth management, and other issues. He also lectures internationally and is a founding adviser to the Cambridge Judge Business School in relation to its Executive Education program on Responsible Wealth and Business Ownership. In addition, Mr. Marcovici is a member of the Advisory Committee of the Tanoto Center for Asian Family Business and Entrepreneurship Studies at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Previously, he founded and served as CEO of LawInContext (now known as BakerLink), the interactive knowledge venture of the global law firm Baker  McKenzie, where he also served as a partner. Mr. Marcovici is on the boards of several entities in the wealth management industry and of family succession and philanthropic organizations. He is the author of The Destructive Power of Family Wealth. Mr. Marcovici received law degrees from Harvard Law School and the University of Ottawa.

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