Together We Bring Value of Family Office Investments for the Good of Humanity

Detekt, Riyadh – Daniel Roney, CEO and Founder of Detekt Design represented a company to attend “The 18th edition of Sir Ritossa Global Family Office Investment Conference” held in Riyadh, the capital of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The conference took place from March 15 – 17, 2022, after a highly successful 17th Summit held in Dubai and Dubai World Expo in December 2021.

“We are given such an honor to be a part of the great mission of Sir Anthony Ritossa to promote the Saudi Vision 2030 pioneering to provide quality services of product design and development to inventors, start-ups, government agencies and corporates in the Kingdom to facilitate sustainable economic growth and enhance national competitive advantage in innovations.” said Daniel Roney.

The Riyadh Conference 2022 brought together more than 400 prominent family offices from across the world provided a safe haven for Middle Eastern families to connect and network with peers from Europe, the United States, Asia, and Latin America. In the conference under the patronage of “His Royal Highness, Prince Abdulaziz bin Faisal bin Abdul Majeed bin Abdulaziz Al Saud”, the country welcomed over 5,200 elite family offices, renowned company owners, royal families, private investment organizations, sheikhs, and sovereign wealth funds from 55 countries totaling over $4.5 trillion in wealth. During the last five years, a record proved that Sir Ritossa’s conferences have resulted in investments totaling more than $2.8 billion in firms ranging from start-ups to major global corporations.

For Detekt (, a member of the Australia Saudi Business Council (ASBC –, an organization focuses on promoting and enabling bilateral trade and relation between Australia and Saudi Arabia, this conference was a history-making and will be an incredible opportunity for international organizations to be the first to enter the Saudi market as well as to establish a footprint under a scope of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030.