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June 19, 2018
Canadian apartment market state of the union
Centurion Asset Management Inc. president, chief executive officer, and trustee Greg Romundt discussed key topics about the apartment market with Derek Lobo, chief executive officer of SVN Rock Advisors Inc. at the North American New Apartment Construction and Mixed-Use Symposium + Expo. Mr. Romundt was the chairman of this year's event held on June 6 and 7 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
April 12, 2018
Greg Romundt on TheRealtyPaper.com's Straight Talk
Centurion President and CEO Greg Romundt speaks with Sparsh Sharma about Centurion, the REIT, and his vision of the company.
March 28, 2018
Greg Romundt Announced as a Finalist for CEO of the Year for the 2018 Wealth Professional Awards
Centurion’s President and CEO was selected as a Finalist for CEO of the Year in the 4th annual Wealth Professional Awards, an independent awards program in the wealth management and financial advisory services industry in Canada.
March 19, 2018
The Difference Between REIT and Wrong
Greg Romundt speaks with Wealth Professional on Real Estate Investment Trusts (Issue 6.03)
March 15, 2018
Bonus Distribution for 2017
Centurion Asset Management Inc. is pleased to announce that a Bonus Distribution was paid to unitholders of both Centurion Real Estate Opportunities Trust ("REOT") and Centurion Financial Trust ("CFiT") as at December 31, 2017. This Bonus Distribution was paid in units.
January 25, 2018
Greg Romundt speaks with RENX about Centurion
Centurion President and CEO Greg Romundt shared his vision of the company in 3-5 years. According to Greg, Centurion plans to reach $3 billion in total assets in three years and $5 billion in five mainly by investing in apartment buildings in the U.S. and increasing its debt investments. In January 2018, the company is just short of $1.5 billion in assets.