12th annual Aboriginal Trust and Investment Workshop
October 26-27, 2016
There’s no more important skill for indigenous administrators than managing finances. Making these even more complex are the numerous requirements of a community trust. First Nations are not simple entities. Modern indigenous communities and organizations can be quite sophisticated, managing millions of dollars including diverse interests and investment portfolios.
If any of this applies to your community, you might be thinking of developing your own community’s capacity and skills in managing community investments and trusts.
The 12th annual Aboriginal Trust and Investment Workshop is taking place from October 26-7 in Vancouver, BC. This annual event is one of Canada’s premier trust and investment conferences linking First Nations trustees and investment managers, lands staff and financial staff with a wealth of Canada’s top advisors in the areas of trusteeship and wealth managers. The workshop is designed to educate and engage participants in discussion on the fundamentals of Aboriginal settlement trusts and investment management. Before you start investing, make sure you know what to invest in and where to put your money.
- Effectively Manage and Invest Settlement
- Capital and Resource Revenue
- Learn about Successful Strategies from Communities across Canada
- Meet leading Tax, Trust Law, and Investment Experts
- Building Endowments from Resource Revenue Impact and ESG Investing
- Legislative and regulatory compliance for Canadian Trusts
- Fiduciary Duty & conflict of Interest
- The “Investment Challenge Game”
- Appropriate Business Structures
- Impact Benefit Agreements and Industry Partnerships
- Special Keynote Speakers
To register or for more information visit: http://www.aboriginaltrustandinvestment.com.