Category Archives: Investing

Adrián José Velasquez Figueroa offers Advice about Investing In the Panama Real Estate Market

Just as it is the case when buying property in any part of the world, buying or renting property in Panama should not be seen as a flaccid investment. The process can also be challenging if you do not utilize the services of property management firms. However, Panama-based entrepreneur Adrián José Velasquez Figueroa points out that renting or buying provides short term and long term benefits.

Mr. Adrián José Velasquez Figueroa points out that buyers ought to apprise themselves about prevailing conditions in Panama’s real estate market before buying. This will enable them purchase high-value property. In addition, they are likely to avoid common mistakes that are associated with buying property. In line with this, he offers tips that can help buyers make the right decisions when it comes to making profitable investments in the property market.

Mr. Velazquez’s Tips

The entrepreneur first advices investors to buy below the prevailing market prices. To make profit, they must buy property whose prices are low. This is particularly important to individuals who are using mortgages on Buying at cheaper prices can help investors to cushion themselves against fluctuations. In the event that prices fall, chances are high that they can keep charging their tenants enough money to take care of the mortgage repayments. There is need to consult brokers who have an understanding of the property market.

There is great significance in choosing a suitable neighborhood. Panama City is a large cosmopolitan area with different neighborhoods on the beach, in the highlands, and on mountain slopes. Investors need to pinpoint the exact location that they want their homes to be located. Those wishing to rent should apprise themselves with Panama rental laws. They should similarly ensure that the properties have access to private and public amenities such as sewage systems. The quality of construction needs to be thoroughly inspected since poor quality work can cause one to incur huge losses in future.

Adrian Velasquez Jose Figueroa in Brief

The Venezuelan native is one of the most prolific entrepreneurs in Panama. Adrián José Velasquez Figueroa currently serves as a director, president, and treasurer in five different companies. Since embarking his corporate career, Mr. Adrián José Velasquez Figueroa has established himself as a brilliant and insightful leader, with a deep understanding of the market. Besides running his businesses, he advises investors who wish to venture into the country. Adrián José Velasquez Figueroa similarly dedicates his time to offer mentorship to upcoming business leaders. This has made him a prominent member of Panama’s business community.

Relmada Therapeutics, Inc. (OTCQB: RLMD) Files Motion to Amend Complaint against Laidlaw & Company (UK) Ltd.

In a motion filed in U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada, Relmada Therapeutics, Inc. (OTCQB: RLMD) (Relmada) has moved to amend its Complaint against the defendant Laidlaw & Company (UK) Ltd. (Laidlaw)and its Chief Executive Officer, Matthew D. Eitner and Managing Partner, James P. Ahern.

The Amended Complaint states that Laidlaw breached its fiduciary duty to Remalda by disclosing confidential information about Relmada which it had acquired while serving as Relmada’s investment banker. Relmada is also seeking to recover costs it sustained responding to a false and misleading statements in proxy materials filed by Laidlaw during Laidlaw’s attempt to take control of Relmada.

As a fiduciary Laidlaw owed Relmada the highest degree of care. That degree of care required Laidlaw to put Relmada’s interests above their own. Instead of fulfilling its fiduciary duty Laidlaw acted against Relmada’s interest and sought to advance its own. As a result of Laidlaw’s actions Relmada’s NASDAQ listing was materially and adversely affected.

Matthew Eitner, James Ahern and Laidlaw have a long history of unethical conduct as investment bankers. In particular, they have been sanctioned on numerous occasions for willful violations of securities laws. According to the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) an independent, not-for-profit organization authorized by Congress to protect America’s investors, Laidlaw has also entered into a letter of acceptance, waiver and consent pursuant to which Laidlaw admitted having created and distributed misleading, exaggerated and incomplete communications with the public. The State of Connecticut has also sanctioned Laidlaw for having filed false and misleading reports to the Bank Commissioner and violating Connecticut securities laws.

As these and other instances of malfeasance on the part of Laidlaw have surfaced it has become apparent that Laidlaw cannot be trusted to act in a way that benefits its clients. Instead, it has become apparent that Laidlaw only seeks its own benefits.