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Opportunity Zone Seminar

Following the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act of 2017, the doors opened wide for family offices and private investors looking to aid the economies of local communities and also seek sizable returns through tax efficient structures. How? Opportunity zones (OZ).
On October 15, Campden Wealth's Opportunity Zone Seminar will feature experts and families who are in the midst of, or already have completed, OZ deals. This half-day workshop will help you:
  • Gain a profound understanding of OZs and their long-term implications for families
  • Meet qualified opportunity fund sponsors and investors
  • Find and perform due diligence on Qualified Opportunity Zone Funds (QOFs)
  • Develop skills to structure your own opportunity zone investments
  • Uncover methods to mitigate tax, legal, and business issues
This workshop is included in the ticket for the North American Family Investment & Impact Conference. To register an interest and get more information on either the conference or workshop please click below!
*Please note registration is subject to approval and event fee

CIM Group is a community-focused real estate and infrastructure owner, operator, and lender. Since 1994, CIM Group has led more than $60 billion of projects in communities across the Americas on behalf of its own account and for its partners and co-investors. CIM Group’s broad in-house expertise includes decades of research, acquisition, credit analysis, development, finance, leasing and onsite property management experience in urban real assets, net-lease assets, and other associated credit strategies. Using its disciplined approach and extensive in-house expertise, CIM Group seeks to create value in projects, which ultimately enhances communities.
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Reaction Engines Limited (‘Reaction Engines’) is a privately held company based in Culham, Oxfordshire, UK. It employs over 200 staff across its sites in the UK and US. Reaction Engines develops the technologies needed for an advanced combined cycle air-breathing rocket engine class called SABRE (Synergetic Air-Breathing Rocket Engine), a leading contender for the next generation of hypersonic flight and space access vehicles.
Central to the SABRE design is the ultra-lightweight heat exchangers (precooler) Reaction Engines has developed, which stop engine components overheating at high flight speeds. This proprietary heat exchanger technology has a wide range of potential commercial applications and the ability to revolutionise the approach to thermal management across a range of industries; from aerospace to motorsport, industrial processes, and the oil and gas industry.

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