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Chapter Meeting – London Chapter 


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“We encourage our candidate and student members to attend with their mentors, so we may ensure that we are reaching all our members”


DATE:Thursday January 25th 2018 

TIME: 4:15 pm to 8:15 pm 

LOCATION: Riverbend Clubhouse 

1200 Sandy Somerville Drive – London Ontario


4:15 Meet & Greet

4:45 pm Dinner  & Introductions

5:45 MPAC Presentation (1st Half)

6:45 Networking Opportunity 

7:00 pm MPAC presenation ( 2nd half) 

8:00 pm Question  & Answer Period

8:15 pm Closing




4 ( four)  CPD Credits will be awarded. 


Please indicate your attendance by Friday January 12 2018.

Email Dan Laven to confirm your attendance.


Speaker’s BIO – Anthony Percaccio, Director of Data, Business Development – MPAC


With more than 21 years of experience in property valuation, Anthony Percaccio is currently the Director of Data, Business Development for the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC).


Anthony’s accomplishments include the creation of MPAC’s Automated Valuation Model (AVM) which provides ‘real-time’ property valuations for over 4 million residential properties in Ontario. Over the last decade under Anthony’s leadership, the AVM coverage has expanded nationally from Newfoundland and Labrador to British Columbia.


A double honours graduate of York University in the field of Mathematics and Statistics, Anthony also holds a diploma from the Canadian Operational Research Society (CORS) and certificates in New Product Development from the Schulich Executive Education Centre and Senior Leadership Program from the Rotman School of Management. He also completed the Seneca/University of British Columbia’s Certificate Program in Real Property Assessment and is a member of the Institute of Municipal Assessors (IMA). Anthony has been published in CAAMPs Mortgage Journal including, “Automated Approval Evaluations in Canada’s Mortgage Industry: A review of AVMs” and “The ABCs of Appraisals”.


Most recently, Anthony has taught the UBC Course Statistical and Computer Applications in Valuation at Seneca College.



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