The OPPLive Conference 2008

OPPLive Conference 2008

I’m packing my bags and getting ready to head for England! I’m not leaving my lovely island home forever, instead I am going to the UK to attend the OPPLive Conference in London, Nov 25-26th and give a presentation alongside CaribPro representative, Jason Kumpft. Our seminar entitled ‘Profitable Possibilities and Partners in the Caribbean’ will be held on 26th November from 11:00-12:00 in Theatre 3. The session will highlight the new opportunities that exist for both local agents and international partners in an exciting combination of real estate and offshore asset protection possibilities, including economic citizenship.

In the midst of the current global credit crunch, property professionals are seeking to charter their way into new territory. Industry leaders are eager to create new opportunities and make even smarter investments in the climate of financial caution. As a result, registration for this fourth annual OPPLive conference at the ExCel Centre is exceeding previous years. Delegates are already signing up for our presentation, which promises to offer insights into the emerging Caribbean development industry and strategic ways to maximize financial assets in the region, and we are certain that they will be highly satisfied.

In particular I will be talking about economic citizenship which is not that well known but has many advantages. With only two Caribbean countries – Dominica and St Kitts & Nevis – still offering this programme, I think it’s important that those who can benefit from it come and find out more while they have the chance.

The OPPLive conference is key event in the property industry calendar and is attended by International Real Estate Agents and Developers, Financial Advisers, Banks and Brokers, Property Lawyers, PR & Marketing Specialists, Media Owners, Fund Managers & large portfolio Investors. The 2 day event provides a rich opportunity to develop strategic partnerships and alliances. I look forward to seeing you there.

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