Industry experts in wealth management, banking, fund management, trust services, real estate, gold and diamond trading as well as arts and wine investors from all over Asia, Russia and CIS countries gathered in an International 2-day Summit in Marina Bay Sands Convention Center, Singapore on 18th and 19th November.
Representing the Philippines is Arch. Romolo Nati, the chairman and CEO of Italpinas Euroasian Design and Eco-development Corporation (ITPI) who has been invited to the summit as a resource speaker and part of the panel discussion on areas for investing in Asia.
The prestigious Asia CEO Awards has presented the shortlist of finalists for the 2014 awards, and the main event is set on November 12, 2014, Wednesday, at the Grand Ballroom of Solaire Resort and Casino in Manila.
With the theme “Emerging Asia”, business leaders from several industries in the Philippines were carefully selected, highlighting the country’s shining examples of good leadership. The awards recognize extraordinary leaders who have demonstrated outstanding achievement for their organizations and contributions to others.
ITPI’s Architect Romolo Nati together with Philippine Ambassador S.E. Virgil Reyes (middle).
Italpinas’ multi-awarded architect and CEO, Romolo V. Nati, attended a business event in Rome last October 18, 2014 with the theme “Business Meeting to stimulate and strengthen the cultural and trade exchange between Italy and the Philippines
Did you know that Italian architect and Primavera Residences developer Arch. Romolo V. Nati is currently at the World Architecture Festival 2014 in Singapore? Can you imagine a Cagayan de Oro green property developer being with the world’s top architects and as one of the guest speakers at the festival? Primavera Residences, along with its developer Italpinas Euroasian Design and Eco-Development Corp. (IDC) couldn’t be more proud of this honor. The World Architecture Festival 2014 is an annual and largest celebration of architectural marvels in the world. It is a three-day event that started last Oct. 1 and ends today. It is also a global competition that seeks to honor the best in building design.