Orlando received Hispanic investors and professionals from all over in Lake Nona

Orlando, FL.– This past Thursday the 16th of September, Hispanic investors as well as real estate and finance professionals met in Lake Nona’s Dockside for a conference led by Puerto Rico finance expert Ferdinand Ruaño from Private Equity Solutions and a series of finance and real estate professionals as well as local government representatives.

The INVERSIONISTAS HISPANOS 2021 which was also streamed to different countries around the globe, hosted professionals and leaders in wealth management, real estate, economy, finance, taxes and more. Attendees were not just from Orlando, they also flew in from Venezuela, Guatemala, Puerto Rico and Miami to be there that day.

The event which was coordinated by Stand Out Consulting started as an idea from Ferdinand Ruaño of collaboration and education between professionals. As soon as the event was confirmed to happen in Central Florida, American Title Trust and their owner Luany joined in as co-hosts and sponsor of the event. Soon after, other sponsors and participants joined such Nathaly Valecillos from La Rosa Realty Lake Nona, Lyon Bern from Puerto Rico, Gabriela Aparicio from Engel & Volkers, CPA Gustavo Torres, Karina Escobar or renowned lawyers Roberto Santos and Camila Pachon.

The event also had the presence of Orlando City and Orange County representatives Luis Martinez and Carol Palacio which spoke on the amazing growth of Latinos in the local community and the economic and cultural development of the area. Along with them, Gaby Ortigoni from the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando offered a visual of where Central Florida is heading and the role of the Hispanic community in its present and future.

“We wanted to share valuable information that keeps those investors and people in the industry up to date with changes and opportunities but also giving us a chance to network and grow beyond and I think we achieved this” said Ferdinand Ruaño, CEO of Private Equity Solutions.

“I was a speaker last year and I knew I wanted to be a part of this as soon as I heard they were doing it in Orlando” said Luany Aranky from American Title Trust. “The highlight for me was the amazing networking opportunities with people from here, Miami, Puerto Rico and the doors that opens for all of us”.

This second edition of Inversionistas Hispanos 2021 was more centered around Florida and Puerto Rico as key paths or doors for investors from out of the country as well as investors in the US. Talks of the next conference in 2022 have already started while many ask for an English version as well, but location and exact date is yet to be confirmed.

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