New York Seminar Features International Real Estate Investments in Brazil

SOURCE: The Association for Real Estate and Tourism Development of Brazil

Seminar Connects Investors With Development Opportunities on November 3 in New York City

NEW YORK, NY–(Marketwire – October 7, 2010) –  The Association for Real Estate and Tourism Development of Brazil (ADIT) is hosting the Brazil Investment Connection Seminar in New York City at the SUNY Global Center (formerly The Levin Institute) located on 116 East 55th Street on Wednesday, November 3, from 9:00 am to 1:30 pm. The seminar will provide the opportunity to learn about the advantages of investing in Brazil and what the best opportunities are. Examples will be highlighted by executives from companies that have proven success along with officials from Brazil who have worked hand-in-hand throughout the process. ADIT‘s role is focused on attracting international investments to Brazil whose mission is to support and develop real estate opportunities and facilitate partnerships for property development of residential, hospitality, logistics, real estate tourism and more.

Seminar discussions will cover a wide range of topics and speakers: “Understanding the Opportunities and Challenges of the Brazilian Real Estate Market,” “What is Attracting Investments to Brazil’s Property Market,” and “What are the Hospitality Opportunities with the Upcoming 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympics on the Horizon.” The seminar also will feature Valerio Gomes, owner and developer of the sustainable project: Cidade Pedra Branca. Additional topics include understanding the secure environment for investment opportunities as well as the “Legal and Financial Aspects of Investing in the Brazilian Market.” The final segment of the seminar will include “Connecting You to Opportunities.” With panelists from Starwood Capital, Jumeirah, PricewaterhouseCoopers, BridgeRock Capital Partners, and ADIT Executives, attendees will hear first-hand accounts of the benefits of Brazilian real estate investment.

“Over the course of the next five years, Brazil will experience the ‘golden age’ as an investment opportunity,” says Felipe Cavalcante, President of ADIT Brazil. “New York City is one of the world’s most important financial centers. The seminar opens a door for potential investors to hear and understand recent success stories and what can be learned from those experiences.”

ADIT Brazil attracts foreign and direct investment in land and real estate projects by introducing the most reputable Brazilian developers, architects, lawyers and related businesses to international investors including hoteliers and resort groups and encouraging the formation of working partnerships.

Brazilian Investment Connection Topics:

  • Understanding the Opportunities and Challenges of the Brazilian Real Estate Market
  • What Is Attracting Investments to Brazil’s Property Market
  • Hospitality Investments in Brazil: What Changes With the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Olympics
  • Project Presentation — Sustainable Vision: Cidade Pedra Branca
  • The Legal and Financial Dos and Don’ts of Investing in the Brazilian Market

In order to participate in this free seminar, please register at For further information or for media inquiries and attendance, please contact Kathleen Duda, Managing Director, KVD Communications, 646.723.4337 or by email at [email protected]

ADIT Investment Agency:

The ADIT Investment Agency is a business unit focused on promoting partnerships between national and international investors and Brazilian executives that structure projects for financing in the areas including residential, hospitality, office buildings, shopping centers, real-estate-tourism, and logistic centers, among others. It has a diverse profile, centering a relationship based on competence and transparency. Its focus is to support and securely guide future investment projects within Brazil’s real estate and tourism sectors.

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