Joshua Rubenstein – Co chair
Katten Muchin Rosenman 
Partner and National Chair

Joshua Rubenstein, is the national chair of the Katten’s Private Wealth practice and brings a variety of important services under one roof for high-net-worth individuals. He offers integrated planning, administration and litigation counselling for individuals, their estates and their businesses, all of it designed to preserve wealth over generations.

Karen Jones – Moderator
Editor & CEO

Karen founded Citywealth after a career at News International, The Times, and Sunday Times in the legal, financial and recruitment sections. She also ran the Legalease flagship title Legal Business/Asia Pacific Legal 500, and launched Legal Business Awards and Legal 500 parties. Karen then took over In Brief magazine, where she grew the organisation from a buyout where it had gone bankrupt to a successful £500,000-a-year publishing and events business. Her work as a Citywealth CEO was recognised by four New York Stevie Awards: Women helping women (2014, 2015), Innovator of the year (2015), and Entrepreneur of the year (2015).

David Bain
Family Capital

KareDavid has 20 years experience as a financial journalist. He previously worked at The Economist, Dow Jones and Financial News. He is a graduate of the LSE and The School of Oriental & African Studies.

Arabella Murphy
Propitious (London)

Arabella Murphy has nearly 25 years’ experience of helping individuals and families from around the world to plan for the future and resolve disharmony. She particularly specialises in finding pragmatic, commercial outcomes.

She qualified as a solicitor in 1996 with Allen & Overy LLP, becoming a partner in 2007. In 2009, she was a founding partner of Maurice Turnor Gardner LLP. As a solicitor, Arabella was consistently ranked in the top tiers of the major directories for her expertise in private wealth planning and dispute resolution. She is a member of STEP and has written or co-authored several books on private wealth topics.

Arabella qualified as a mediator in 2019 with the London School of Mediation.