Before October ended I had a privilege to be invited in Regina Online Investing’s relaunch. And to perfectly showcase Regina Online Investing’s objective of raising the bar, the event was highlighted by an Equestrian Cup held in Makati Polo Club.
Over a hundred of guests from financial personnel, financial bloggers and millennials from country’s top universities gathered to witness the equestrian show followed by the awarding ceremony and a moment to get to know more what Regina Online Investing is about.
Now I believe a separate post is important to elaborate on what’s Regina Online Investing is about so this post will only focus on what happened during the event. This can be brief but a great primer on this new platform we should all watch out.
It was a Sunday afternoon and we were requested to have a pastel casual get up. Upon arrival we were greeted by cocktails. I love the four-season one while the lemon is extra refreshing perfect for the sunny afternoon.
We also had the time to take a photo with a horse which is a perfect souvenir shot. This reminded my of my Tagaytay 2D, 1N Trip last August. I was accompanied by my eldest sister who also accompanied me during the Blogapalooza 2015 event.
It was my first time watching an equestrian show live and I was a bit of hesitant at first whether I’ll enjoy it. Surprisingly, watching riders leaped over fences with their horses is something I enjoy. I finally understand how the game goes and made some comments here and there of how amazing the riders were.
The arena getting prepared for the Equestrian Cup
Up close with the hurdles
Mr. Luis Limlingan (Head of Sales for Regina Capital Development) gave an opening speech
Following the game is the awarding ceremony where we had a sumptuous meal. It was Paola Lorenza who topped the cup and was awarded by a one night stay for two at Taal Vista Hotel by Mica Tan, CEO of MFT Group of Companies. Also as presenters were Marita Limlingan,(President of Regina Capital Development Corporation ) and Luis Limlingan (Head of Sales for Regina Capital Development Corporation.
Nice setup during the awarding ceremony.
Once all awards were given we had a brief and meaningful discussion about Regina Online Investing Platform.
Ms. Mica Tan , CEO of MFT Group started the event with a short opening message. Mr. Fernando Martinez, Head of Sales of Regina Online Investing introduced what the platform is all about. Regina Online Investing promise a timely and quality information and charting tools where investors can manage their portfolio in an effortless manner.
Question and Answer Portion
Mr. Victor Limlingan, Managing Director of Regina Capital Development made a reminder and I quote, “Don’t just buy the stocks that you like, buy the stocks that foreigners like.”
Another special guest is Ms. Marita Limlingan, President of Regina Capital who encouraged everyone to invest specially during the Christmas season for the increased spending definitely contributes to the positive move of the market.
With Sir Glen of Make Your Peso Grow
Thanks to the event I finally met Sir Glen Apacible, the man behind Make Your Peso Grow. I’ve been a big fan of his blog and love how he updates his readers about the top performing mutual funds and/or UITF in the country. His blog is focused on making your money grow.
After the event me and my sister spent a hot coffee drink at Fully Booked BGC. Wow that place is just meant for me. Books + Coffee = Love. My sister also made me eat for the first time the famous La Lola Churros which by the way is heavenly.
While waiting for my in depth blog post about Regina Online Investing Platform I encourage you to read more about them by visiting their official blog – http://roi.ph/
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