American Homeowner Preservation CEO Jorge Newbery Speaking at the TBLI Conference Nordic

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Press Release updated: Sep 29, 2017 09:16 CDT

Jorge P. Newbery, founder and CEO of American Homeowner Preservation (“AHP”), will be a featured speaker at the TBLI Conference Nordic 2017 in Stockholm, Sweden.  The conference, which takes place on September 28th and 29th, highlights investment opportunities in ESG (environmental, social, and governance) and impact investing.

Newbery’s firm focuses on social impact investments, utilizing Regulation Crowdfunding under Title IV of the JOBS Act to purchase distressed mortgages at deep discounts; it then shares these discounts with homeowners to avoid foreclosure.  Newbery will appear on a panel entitled “Alternative Investment Innovation” and plans to educate the mostly-European audience about foreclosure solutions for America’s “most vulnerable communities.”

“AHP is streamlining our process for non-U.S. investors,” Newbery said, explaining that they are now able to invest as quickly and easily as their U.S. counterparts.  “The TBLI conference is an opportunity to further expand our mission outside America, and show the world that there is money to be made as well as social benefits to be realized from helping homeowners avoid foreclosure.”

Newbery is one of only three American CEOs present at the conference this year.  He sees his appearance as representing the American impact investing community, and gave praise to the TBLI conference and its founder, Robert Rubinstein.

“The TBLI Conference has been a leader in driving discussion around impact investing for two decades,” said Newbery.  “I’m glad that AHP can be a part of it.”

Newbery’s panel will take place Friday, September 29th at 9:15 AM at NASDAQ.  A full schedule can be found here.

To learn more about TBLI, visit http://tbligroup.com/ .

American Homeowner Preservation started in 2008 as a 501c3 nonprofit before transitioning to for profit.  AHP now utilizes Regulation A+ to raise funds from both accredited and non-accredited investors.  Investments fuel the purchase of distressed mortgages from lenders including banks and hedge funds.  AHP then crafts sustainable solutions to keep families in their homes with favorable terms. To learn more visit AHPFund.com

Source: American Homeowner Preservation

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