Investment Alternatives Conference Scheduled for Feb 15th at Edgewater Casino's Stadium Club in Vancouver - Video News Alert Summary on InvestmentPitch.com
Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - January 7, 2014) - Tina Mak, President of the Vancouver Chapter of the Asian Real Estate Association of America and Daniel Veniez, Chairman of Canadian Premier Funds, have announced the dates for the inaugural Investment Alternatives Conference, which will be held on February 15, 2014, from 9:30 am to 6:00 pm, at the Stadium Club in the Edgewater Casino, downtown Vancouver's Boutique Casino.
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Tina Mak, President of the Vancouver Chapter of the Asian Real Estate Association of America, and realtor with Coldwell Banker stated, "I am excited that Lennar, Canadian Premier, Northstone, Business in Vancouver, Real Estate Weekly, and InvestmentPitch.com are sponsoring this unique conference. My mission is helping my clients make informed investment decisions. They frequently ask me for ideas for where they can prudently invest. This forum will expose them to some quality possibilities."
The one-day information session will showcase prominent speakers from Canada and the US discussing economic trends, current developments in Asia and how they impact Canada and the United States.
Experts will offer practical advice on real estate investment, retirement savings, mortgage finance options, wealth management, cross border taxation, and expose the audience to specific investment alternatives and strategies.
Confirmed speakers include: Chris Marlin, President, Lennar Homes; Woo Yuen Pau, President and CEO, Asia Pacific Foundation; Jock Finlayson, Board of Directors of The Bank of Canada, and Chief Economist, BC Business Council; Jack Lee, President of Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce of North America and entrepreneur; Colleen Reichgeld and Stephen Ni, both Partners at PricewaterhouseCoopers; Harry McWatters, Chairman of Time Estate Winery and founder of Sumac Ridge Estate Winery and See Ya Later Ranch, which were later purchased by Vincor; and Ivan Choi, National Chairman of the Asian Real Estate Association of America.
Paul Harris, President and Publisher of Business in Vancouver, and Janai York, Publisher of Real Estate Weekly, will moderate sessions.
Chris Marlin added "We are very fortunate to participate with Tina Mak in this Conference. Lennar has a great story to share with Canadian investors of all types. We're delighted to highlight Lennar's communities that cater to any lifestyle in the best locations the U.S. We are also interested in highlighting Lennar's immigrant investor alternatives which are connected to some of our most exciting projects in the U.S."
Robert Fraser, President and CEO of Canadian Premier Funds stated: "We are proud to be a part of this event and describe our attractive opportunities which includes Northstone, as well as a sensational winery business conceived by Harry McWatters, a key builder of Canada's wine industry."
Canadian Premier Funds Inc., creates and distributes financial investment products, including a flow-through fund, through the exempt market, and also owns Northstone Investment Fund, a Mortgage Investment Corporation.
Admission is only $25 including GST/PST. Please register today at www.investment-alternatives.com as seating is limited.
For more information please contact Tina Mak at 604-412-5884 or visit www.tinamak.com.
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