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The Russian man can become the President of FIABCI


The Russian man can become the President of FIABCI

At the end of December 2009 in Moscow was held the final annual meeting of Russian chapter of International Real Estate Federation (FIABCI). For the first time FIABCI-Russia nominated the Russian man for the election to the office of FIABCI World President 2011-2012. This man is Alex Romanenko – Vice President of Russian Guild of Realtors and the President of Advecs Real Estate Corporation. Elections will be held at the 61st FIABCI World Congress that will take place May 24-28 2010 in Bali.

According to Alex Romanenko, the victory at the election to the office of FIABCI World President means that in the spring of 2011 he will automatically become the President of the Federation. And Russia will be able to claim to host the next FIABCI World Congress, along with Canada and Cyprus.

In 2004, when Alex Romanenko was elected to be the President of FIABCI-Russia, the FIABCI European Congress "The new realities and prospects of the eastern and central European real estate markets on the way to international standards" took place in Saint-Petersburg. It was attended by over 300 international investors and professionals and helped local businessmen - the participants of the Congress to obtain new interesting business contacts.

“Holding the World Congress in St. Petersburg in 2011 will give a new powerful impetus to the development of promising joint projects in various segments of the real estate market. Will allow Russian real estate professionals to get acquainted with colleagues from around the world, to see the latest technologies, to exchange experiences, to open new horizons for the development of their business,” – says Alex Romanenko, - “I am sure that the holding an event of this level in St. Petersburg will raise the image of our profession, will contribute to its further development and recognition in Russia. That’s why I will make every effort to bring the Congress to St. Petersburg”.

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