Visionvest Financial and IPC Investment Corporation officials Jean Roux

Visionvest celebrates new White Rock office

Visionvest Financial and IPC Investment Corporation held a celebration Oct. 2 to mark the grand opening of its White Rock office.

Visionvest Financial and IPC Investment Corporation celebrated the grand opening of its White Rock office with an evening of wine, food and live music.

They moved into the Five Corners area – at 15178 Buena Vista Ave. – in May, with owner and financial advisor Arnold Machel describing the new space as “gorgeous, and more importantly, it better accommodates in-house meetings with our clients and their other advisors such as their accountants and lawyers or their executors when we discuss estate plans.”

Machel is celebrating 20 years in the industry. Joining with IPC was part of the recent move, which was celebrated on Oct. 2.

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