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AOCAP Taken In By HICAP Organizer

Category: Real estate, Posted:03 Apr 2014 | 06:00 am

One of the few Phuket originated initiatives which have grown into a larger regional event AOCAP (Alternative Ownership Conference Asia Pacific) has been acquired by the respected HICAP organization.
The AOCAP event started on the island in 2009 and over the past few years migrated to the international stage with the 2013 conference being held at the Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong.
No event will be held this year but the new annual pairing will be part of the HICAP Update week in Singapore.
Jim Burba of BHN and one of the HICAP partners has welcomed the move.
Paul Dean who has been a key player in AOCAP will remain onboard for the 2015 event.

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