Wealth building seminar set

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Sunday, March 23, 2014

EVER wondered how you could build your wealth in the store market? The most trusted online stockbroker in the Philippines, COL Financial Group Inc., and the largest Filipino conglomerate, SM Group, will conduct the "Smart Money through the Stock Market: A Wealth Building Summit for the Filipino Investor."

Listen directly to the leaders of these top corporations on the plans, outlook, and opportunities that they are offering the Filipino investor.

For those interested in learning how to get a bang for their buck, the summit is on March 26, from 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.at SM Convention Center, SM Lanang Premier, Davao City.


The event is free-of-charge, however online reservations are required on a first come first served basis.

Register online at www.colfinancial.com/register and you will receive an email confirmation for the event.

The summit features a lineup of experts in the financial field. COL's head of research, April Tan, will discuss about the Stock Market 2014 and beyond.

SVP-Investor Relations CoraP. Guidote will give a brief introduction about SM Investment Corporation followed by a more in-depth talk by consultant Tim Daniels.

Hear what Teresa Cecilia H. Reyes, VP-Finance, has to say about SM Prime. After that, listen to a discussion on BDO by 1st vice president -- Investor Relations & Corporate Planning Richard R. Tan.

Finally, learn from VP & chief finance officer of Atlas Mining Consolidated and Development Corp. Fernando Rimando as he talks to about Atlas Mining Davao.

COL Financial is the most trusted online retail stockbroker in the Philippines and has consistently been the number one online broker in the Philippine Stock Exchange with over 82,000 customers and over P47 billion in customer assets.

COL Financial has been tapped by the SM Group of Companies to lead its local roadshow across cities in the Philippines to update the investing public on developments on the SM Group of Companies that covers banking, mining, real estate, and retail/shopping.

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on March 24, 2014.


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