Egbert L. J. Perry, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Integral and newly named board chairman of Fannie Mae, will be the featured speaker at the Atlanta Press Club Newsmaker Luncheon on Thursday, April 24. Wells Fargo is the presenting sponsor of this event.
Egbert L. J. Perry was named board chairman of Fannie Mae in March. Fannie Mae is a financial services corporation that buys mortgages from lenders and sells them as mortgage-backed securities to investors.
Perry is also the Chairman & CEO Integral. Integral, a premier global provider of sustainable real estate and infrastructure solutions, provides community development, real estate development, investment management, and property management services in markets across the United States.
A real estate, construction and community development professional since 1979, Perry has developed and/or built most project types, including residential, office, retail, and mixed use projects. Prior to founding Integral, he spent thirteen years helping to build an Atlanta-based construction and real estate company into the nation’s 3rd largest African-American owned business and largest African-American owned general contractor in 1992, increasing its annual revenues from about $12 million to approximately $200 million.
Thursday, April 24
11:30 a.m. – Registration
Noon – Lunch and Remarks
1:15 p.m. – Adjourn
The Commerce Club
191 Peachtree Street, 49th Floor
Atlanta, GA 30303
Dress at The Commerce Club is business attire.
This luncheon is open to the public.
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Working journalists who wish to cover this event but not partake in lunch may attend for free. Reservations are still required and can be made by calling 404.577.7377 or emailing email@example.com.
APC member prices
General admission ticket- $30
Table of 10 – $300
Sponsor table of 10 with table sign & program listing- $325
General admission ticket- $40
Table of 10- $400
Sponsor table of 10 with table sign & program listing- $450
Tickets and tables may be purchased by calling 404-577-7377. Payment must accompany reservations, and there is a 48 business-hour cancellation policy.