Surrey Board of Trade appoints Kevin Falcon as Honourary Director

Kevin Falcon - Leader file photo
Kevin Falcon
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The Surrey Board of Trade is pleased to announce the Honourary Director appointment of Mr. Kevin Falcon to its Board of Directors for 2014-2015.Falcon will assist with special projects and provide advice on the Surrey Board of Trade’s advocacy initiatives and position papers.

“I am pleased and honoured that the Surrey Board of Trade has provided me an Honourary Director’s appointment and I look forward to working together with them in building an economically stronger Surrey,” said Falcon.

Previous Surrey Board of Trade Honourary Directors include Wally Oppal, Jock Finlayson and Michael Levy.

Falcon is B.C.'s former deputy premier, minister of finance, and minister of health. He joined Anthem Properties as executive vice-president effective May 16, 2013. At Anthem Properties, Falcon plays a leadership role in the oversight and growth of Anthem Capital’s business portfolio. Falcon will also liaises with Anthem’s financial partners and assists related companies, including Anthem Properties Group, in raising equity funds from institutional and individual investors.


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