Canada Latin America Real Estate Meeting
8:00 AM08:00

Canada Latin America Real Estate Meeting




This exclusive institutional gathering brings together the most important real estate investment vehicles, institutional allocators and private wealth investors that are actively investing and developing across Latin America, Canada and US. Over 250 of the leading Canada, Latin America and US based private equity real estate funds, institutional investors, family offices and other real estate professionals will come together to network and discuss investment opportunities, allocations, and the performance of all  real estate related asset classes across these regions. It is our intention that this meeting will serve as a catalyst in generating increased cross border institutional real estate transactions between Latin America, Canada and the United States in the years to come..




Trillion AUM in attendance


Total participants


Private Equity Real Estate Funds and Institutional Real Estate Developers


Institutional & Private Wealth Investors


Leading Real Estate Service Professionals


Industry Exclusive Panel Sessions


Hours of Open Networking/Round Table Discussions





Keynote Speakers

Terri Troy, CFA

Former Chief Executive Officer, Halifax Regional Municipality Pension Plan

Terri Troy recently retired as CEO of the Halifax Regional Municipality Pension Plan. She has more than 25 years of experience in investment management, pensions, corporate strategy, and mergers and acquisitions. As CEO of the Halifax Regional Municipality Pension Plan, she transformed the governance structure, investment strategy, and customer service function between 2006-2017. Innovative investment strategies implemented included factor investing, portable alpha, and a significant emphasis on private investments including co-investments, syndications/club deals with other large institutional investors, and direct investments, etc.

While CEO, Terri was a Board member of Calon Energy, a UK based energy company and a Board member of Alignvest Management, a Canadian financial services corporation. She was a member of Investor Advisory Committees for various global private investments including UK, European and US private equity; UK, Australian and Canadian infrastructure; European, UK, Asian, US and Canadian real estate; and European, UK, and US private debt.

Prior to the CEO role, Terri was responsible for the investment strategy for RBC’s 33 global pension plans between 2000-2006. Prior to RBC, Terri held various roles at CIBC including corporate strategy, mergers & acquisitions, and wealth management.

Terri has held various leadership roles in the pension industry including being a Board Member of the Pension Investment Association of Canada from 2004-2009; Chair of the Board in 2007, Chair of the Investment Practices Committee 2004-2009, Chair of the Government Relations Committee, 2010-2011 and a member of the International Limited Partnership’s Association’s Education Committee 2016-2018.

Over the course of her career, Terri has received many awards including the Leading Pension Plan Sponsor Award in 2011 and the Top 25 Most Influential Plan Sponsors in 2009 & 2010.

Terri has an MBA from York University and an HBBA from Wilfrid Laurier. She also holds the CFA charter and is currently enrolled in the Institute of Corporate Directors course at Rotman.

Terri Troy

Steve Apostolopoulos

Managing Partner, Triple Group of Companies

Steve Apostolopoulos is the Managing Partner of Triple Group of Companies (TGC), a Toronto-based full service real estate firm specializing in the purchase, leasing, development and management of commercial space. He is also the Co-Founder and Chief Development Officer of Triple Properties, a privately-owned enterprise engaged in real estate investment, development, asset management and leasing.

Mr. Steve Apostolopoulos is the founder of Six Ventures Inc., a private equity venture fund.  An entrepreneur by nature, Mr. Apostolopoulos contributes to a wide variety of philanthropic organizations with his family. 

Steve Apostolopoulos


Institutional Partners

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