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Cherubim Interests (OTC:CHIT)

Cherubim Interests specializes in alternative construction projects, as well as covering the entire spectrum of real estate development: due diligence, acquisition, planning, construction, renovation, and management; providing complete beginning-to-end development programs for mixed use, single, and multifamily projects and properties.


Cherubim Interests Inc Strengthens Board With New Appointments
DALLAS, Feb. 08, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Cherubim Interests, Inc. (OTC:CHIT) (the “Company”), an expansion-stage alternative construction and real estate development company, announces that it has appointed Mr. Frank Ekejija and Elder Jeffre Saint James to its board of directors, respectively.

Mr. Ekejija, age 59, has over 35 years of proven experience as a Business and Financial Consultant spanning all areas of finance, insurance, securities, private banking, venture capital, commodities, international trade, real estate, and mortgage banking. Frank Ekejija has been at the cutting edge as a Business and Financial Consultant offering leadership as Founder, Co-Founder, President, Chairman and CEO in several businesses and organizations. He has held positions of responsibilities with companies such as: Allstate Financial Services, Inc, The Mony Group, Countrywide Mortgage, Inc., WMA Securities, Western Reserve, AEGON Skandia, AIG, American General Life and Bankers Life.

Mr. Ekejija is impacting the world through his philanthropic and humanitarian support systems. He started International Business Services as a DBA in 1984 in Dallas, Texas, a business and financial service Consulting firm until it merged with SPG Capital Corp in 1993. He became the CEO of Samson Petitt and Gaskin AKA SPG Capital from 1993 through 2000. He has been the President/CEO of Network Venture Capital (NVC) FUND Holdings group of companies for 17 years. He is Head of the Ekejija Family Association, and FE Global Executive Entity of Bahamas. He is the Chairman/CEO of NVC Fund Trust, a global financial powerhouse which he founded 17 years ago as successor to all his previous businesses.


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