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Fine & Country refined investors’ series holds


[FILE PHOTO] Udo Okonjon, Vice Chair, Fine and Country International W.A /Founder, IWOW

This year’s Refined Investors Series (RIS) will be hosted by Fine and Country, in collaboration with the Real Estate Leaders Network and the Institute of Real Estate Excellence (IREE) next month.

Speaking on the forthcoming event tagged “Joint Venture Roundtable”, Chief Executive Officer, Fine & Country West Africa, Udo Okonjo explained that the programme seeks to garner diverse industry knowledge to enhance real estate industry insights and proffer solutions for a direct influence on the real estate sector and players, across the value chain.

“This year’s RIS will adopt a multi-sector and related stakeholder approach, drawing case studies from real estate, oil and gas, finance, legal, amongst others.

It is expected that by providing a platform for stakeholders to connect and discuss, leaders and real estate stakeholders will be inspired to new heights and opportunities in the years ahead”, Okonjo added.

She stated that RIS is “a real estate thought leadership gathering of astute, high net-worth investors, economic influencers, real estate developers, industry leaders, and real estate enthusiasts. The 2018 multi-sector approach will consolidate last year’s edition held in London, UK and aptly themed: “Taking Nigeria to the World.”

Since its inception, the annual RIS has hosted over 800 private investors and notable key speakers including Mr. Jim Ovia, Chairman, Zenith Bank, Mr. Atedo Peterside, Dr. Myma Belo Osagie, Mr. Dan Agbor, both of Udo Udoma and Belo Osagie, Dr. Fabian Ajogwu , and the British Trade Department Envoy.

This year’s event has the theme: Collaborating for New Heights and National Development will feature a policy, private sector panel, and a gender segment to address issues of ‘collaborating for inclusion and real estate ownership’.

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