Campione, Ticino ( prfree.org ) May 20, 2013 - Gordon "Grant" Curtis leads a sophisticated family office organization in Western Europe and will elucidate upon financial strategies including some of the insight and acumen that the single-family office applies in their quest and achievement of consistent and empirical double-digit alpha.
Under the direction of Gordon "Grant" Curtis, the "making a difference" philosophy spans: how investments are made; how returns are achieved; and how socially responsible attributes are integrated, are all of primary importance. In Singapore, Mr. Curtis and other colleagues will discuss and debate future plans and execution of such plans for optimizing returns for various investment opportunities including highlighting the requirements of transparency in doing so.
Different than many venues in the world, Singapore offers a unique charm and a very business friendly Government including a consistent surplus for worldwide investment deployment. "It is conferences like these that allow transforming opportunities to surface to create more business and more jobs across many global areas. Understanding how many can work together in a harmonious fashion can be both uplifting as well as very empowering," stated Mr. Curtis by telephonic interview.
CI Investments, SFO continues to lead family offices on many fronts including the integration of strategic incentives for future generations; sophisticated and proactive family security measures; and cohesive interactive, team building events that forge and preserve intra-family relationships.
Of most interest to Mr. Curtis, he intends to discuss recently made public strategies for CI SFO capital deployments in the technology and energy sectors for long-term cash flow distribution as well as wealth enhancement.
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Jay Tipton Public Relations
Mr. Curtis has often commented on the conservative nature of family offices. He supports the true understanding of how risk increases as the number of market participants continues to grow. Coupled with global aspects of currency fluctuation, and other rivaling emerging economies can add to potential volatility that had never been seen prior to the turbulence in 2008-2009. For more details please visit: http://ciinvestments.org/