Date(s) - 10/05/2019
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Executive Hotel Vancouver Airport
In celebrating 20th anniversary of GCFF conferences, we will bring together investment opportunities in the small-cap growth market in North America to meet with the largest and fastest growing Chinese investor community in Canada. The Annual Main Event will be a great platform for the Chinese investors to learn the latest market trends and share market insights. We hope to see you there!
Registration is Now Open! Please click the following button to reserve your spot to attend the conference.
We are glad to announce that we will be donating a portion of our conference sales to Richmond Hospital Foundation this year as part of our giving back to the local community.
Gilbert Chan - President | NAI Interactive Ltd.
Gilbert has over 20 years of experience in the investor relations industry with a focus on natural resources. In addition, Gilbert has established a broad network of business relationships within the financial and investment communities in both North America and China. Gilbert’s expertise and experience has led to a strong following in the Chinese speaking investor community in Canada. In recent years, Gilbert has become frequent speaker and interviewee on mining topics for numerous media outlets, including the Financial Post, Wall Street Journal, Vancouver Sun, OMNI TV, and other industry publications.
Bryan Yu, Deputy Chief Economist | Central 1
Bryan joined Central 1’s Economics team in 2010 and moved into the role of Deputy Chief Economist in 2017. He oversees the team’s provincial economic analysis, and author and editor of the flagship Economic Analysis reports, weekly research notes, and special reports. He speaks regularly at credit union and industry events and is frequently contacted by media to provide national and provincial economic commentary.
Prior to Central 1, Bryan spent three years at the B.C. Real Estate Association building out the market analysis capabilities of the new function and conducting housing research. He also spent time with Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation as an economist in its Calgary and Vancouver offices, and as a researcher on immigration economics.
Bryan holds a Master’s degree In Economics from Simon Fraser University and a Bachelor of Arts (honours) from the University of Manitoba. He currently serves on the boards of the B.C. Paraplegic Foundation and Canadian Association for Business Economics, and is past-president of the Association of Professional Economists of B.C.