The 1st Ever Marina Investment Seminar – Sydney . Thursday 2 October 2014

Mick will be presenting at the 1st ever Marina Investment Seminar in Sydney, Australia on Thursday 2nd October 2014.

The Marina Industry Association presents a unique opportunity for senior personnel in the marina industry and specialists associated with the industry to benefit from presentations from industry and financial experts on maximising the value of marina assets.

Seminar Details
As an operator, owner or potential investor in marinas, asset values will be a key driver of performance and a critical measure of success. As a result, it is important to be informed about developments in the marina sector (both in the local market and around the world) and significant issues which influence the marketability and value of marina assets.

This one day seminar aims to provide participants with a broad understanding of the sector and the key matters to consider as an owner, investor or professional service provider. Topics covered will include:

  • Introduction to the marina industry
  • Local and global trends impacting on marina assets
  • Optimisation of marina operations including revenue and costs
  • Principles which influence the value of marina assets
  • Debt funding in the marina industry
  • Key considerations when buying or selling marina assets

The session will be highly interactive, allowing participants to share their own insights and ideas, ask questions and improve their understanding of the industry.

Who Should Attend?
The seminar is targeted at operators, owners, bankers, valuers, senior government personnel or potential investors in marina assets across the Australasian region.

Date, Venue and Cost
When: Thursday 2 October 2014, 9am – 5pm
Where: KPMG, Level 15 , 10 Shelley St, Sydney NSW 2000
Cost MIA Members: $1,200
Cost Non MIA Members: $1,490

(Fee includes: lunch, morning and afternoon teas and networking drinks after the seminar)

Registration closes Friday 18 September 2014!
For further information please contact Ian Winestock on 02 8197 4753 or email:

For more information visit the Marina Industry Association Website.