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Sep 10, 2009

CWP Advisors Selected to Speak at Distressed Real Estate Symposium

ALISO VIEJO, CALIFORNIA - IMN selected CWP Advisors to participate in its 2nd Western Symposium On Distressed Residential & Multifamily Real Estate.  In response to evolving market conditions, the forum will provide a reflection of market events and will detail the latest opportunities and financing complexities in this area.  The event is scheduled for September 15 and 16, 2009 at The Millennium Biltmore in Los Angeles.

IMN’s 2nd Western Symposium On Distressed Residential & Multifamily Real Estate is part of IMN series of Distressed Real Estate forums.  Each forum covers distinct asset classes including hotels, commercial, residential and retail.   The forums are hosted in various local markets including Chicago, Las Vegas, London, New York, South Florida and is designed to  uncover the latest real estate opportunities throughout the United States.

Salvatore Provenza, Principal of CWP Advisors, will discuss alternative uses, repositioning, and work-out strategies.  More specifically,  Mr. Provenza will review the benefits of installing a receiver to maintain approvals, complete construction, and sell or lease the property while minimizing risk.

CWP Advisors targets local, regional, and national financial institutions, real estate investors, global private equity management firms, and bank regulators including the Federal Deposit Insurance Agency (FDIC). The company also serves as a court-appointed receiver, provides litigation support services to law firms and litigators, and works closely with lenders throughout the foreclosure process.

About CWP Advisors LLC

CWP Advisors was formed in response to the distressed real estate market. The Company offers Asset Management, Receivership Services and Sophisticated Resolution Solutions for real estate assets for owners and lenders invested in residential and commercial real estate.

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