Heward Hosts “Wines of the World” Event
On October 25th, Geoff Heward and the team at Heward Investment Management Inc. hosted an event for 50 people at Le Crystal Hotel in Montreal. Guests were treated to wonderful wine and cheese pairings, while Geoff presented his outlook for the global economy and the newly launched Heward Global Leaders Fund. The Fund, which produced a return of 4.44% in the month of October, seeks to generate consistent returns over the long term by identifying high-quality global businesses that are attractively priced and leaders in their respective business fields.
Please find the presentation attached. For more information on the Fund, or other investment opportunities, please contact Geoff directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
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