Fortress Forum this weekend in City, to Provide Key Investment Insights

The upcoming Fourth Annual Fortress Investment Forum will feature in-depth analysis of the regional and global investment environment with key insights for Barbadian investors and expert answers to their most vital questions.

The event takes place on Saturday 9th November, from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Frank Collymore Hall.

Kim Howard, marketing manager with Fortress Fund Managers Limited, said this year's forum was timely, given the level of interest shown by Barbadians in the international economy and its significance for Barbados:

Kim Howard, marketing manager with Fortress Fund Managers Limited, said this year’s forum was timely, given the level of interest shown by Barbadians in the international economy and its significance for Barbados:

“Discussions on the economy and prospects for growth and investment have been dominating conversations for some time now, and the Fortress Investment Forum is one way of bringing people together to share ideas and information on subjects that affect us all. This event also gives the Barbadian public free access to expert opinions and knowledge of the financial sector with very realistic analysis of investment prospects and opportunities.”

Howard said members of Fortress’ team of professionals will also be available to report on the performances and outlook of the range of Fortress funds. They will also answer questions from the audience.

The 2013 forum also presents Barbadians with a special opportunity to benefit from a guest presentation by James Upton, chief strategic officer for Global Emerging Markets with U.S. investment firm, Morgan Stanley. Mr. Upton will speak about investing and prospering in emerging markets.

Fortress clients, students and members of professional bodies are all invited to attend this free event and interested persons can confirm their attendance by November 6th by telephoning 431-2198 or visiting www.fortressfund.com/forumrsvp.

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