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JTC Private Office to Attend the 2022 Monaco Yacht Show

Start: 28th Sep 2022 End: 1st Oct 2022

Four luxury asset experts from JTC Private Office will be attending the 2022 Monaco Yacht Show. Nic Arnold, Joel Chinn, Silvia Andriotto and Victoria Blackburn are core members of JTC’s Luxury Asset team, which specialises in aircraft, yachts, real estate, art and other luxury assets.

The Monaco Yacht Show exhibits a multitude of Superyachts displayed across Port Hercule of Monaco. Visitors from all around the world come to the high-end event to explore the excellence and innovation yachting has to offer.

In recent years, the Monaco Yacht Show has extended its exhibition offer to the ultra-high-end markets by displaying other luxury products such as cars, motorcycles and also helicopters or private jet manufacturers.

The event will take place on 28 September – 1 October 2022.

For more information on the Monaco Yacht Show, please visit the website:

If you are attending the event and would like to arrange a meeting with Nic, Joel, Silvia or Victoria, please contact them directly.

About the JTC Luxury Asset team

At JTC, we have over 34 years of private client services experience. During this time, we have developed a deep technical understanding of complex luxury assets, which means we are well-placed to assist clients with all aspects of their ownership and operation. Whilst luxury assets are often ‘assets of the heart’, they nevertheless require a high level of governance and an appropriate balance between commercial interests and family wealth planning. JTC will support you with managing the luxury assets which you already own, or when bringing them into your life for the first time.

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