YPO Chapters and Regions Throughout the United States

For the last 15 years J. Randall Waterfield has led the Waterfield Group as its Chairman. J. Randall Waterfield has further shared his financial expertise as a special guest on FOX News. Randy Waterfield additionally serves the Young Presidents’ Organization as Chairman and Executive Committee member for the Northeast region.

The Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO) features 400 chapters and and more than 20,000 members spread throughout the globe. These chapters are grouped into 15 regions, including six regions in the United States. The Northeastern region boasts 18 local chapters totaling 1,050 members extending from Maine to Washington, DC, with Florida and Bermuda also included in the Northeast. With 30 chapters and 1,250 members, the YPO Pacific is the biggest region in the country, with chapters in Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay, among others. Additional domestic YPO regions include the Southeast and Caribbean region, the East Central region, and the Western region.

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YPO Member Update: The Effect of Crowdfunding on Real Estate

J. Randall “Randy” Waterfield, CFA, chairman of the Waterfield Group, is a leading authority in the corporate finance sphere for several years, serving as a correspondent for major news networks such as Fox Business. In recognition of his professional accomplishments, J. Randall Waterfield has also been appointed chairman of the Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO), Northeast Region.

YPO was initially established in 1950 as a private think tank for successful business leaders to discuss pressing issues in executive administration in a safe, confidential environment. Today, the YPO peer network unites more than 22,000 business leaders with aggregate revenue of more than $6 trillion.

YPO members continue to be on the frontline of major changes in the economic environment, and a growing body of evidence shows crowdfunding is drastically changing the face of traditional real estate investment models. According to an article authored by Jordan Kavana, member of CNBC-YPO Chief Executive Network and CEO of Transcendent Investment Management, this opens up new avenues of investment to individuals who were previously restricted to venture capitalists and institutions. The potential benefits of crowdfunding real estate projects include the ease of diversifying investments, greater transparency, and fewer geographical limitations. However, Mr. Kavana emphasizes the importance of investigating sponsor experience and background through reliable, third-party resources.

To learn more about the latest economic insights from YPO leaders, visit http://www.ypo.org/news-media/ypo-in-the-news.