The Registry Collection Named as Headline Sponsor for The Fractional Summit 2010

The Registry Collection® exchange programme, the world’s largest luxury exchange programme, will be the headline sponsor of the Fractional Summit 2010 for the third consecutive year. The continued support of the event from The Registry Collection programme follows the success of the 2009 Summit and reflects the value of this international forum to the fractional trade market.

The two-day event, taking place on 18 and 19 February, 2010, at the Marriott London, Grosvenor Square, offers the unique opportunity for developers to meet key fractional real estate industry professionals from around the globe under one roof. The fractional model has helped in boosting the sales of luxury properties in today’s challenging economic climate. This year’s conference theme “Changing Times, Changing Markets,” together with its subject matter debates, is designed to help developers capitalise on the strengths of the fractional product and grow their businesses. Developers who are new to the fractional concept will also appreciate an introduction to the industry during the event.

Numerous fractional experts from around the world will be presenting and sitting on panel discussions to share the benefits of their own experience in the market. Gregg Anderson, vice president, The Registry Collection, based in Orlando, Fla., will be attending to discuss “Key Learnings from the U.S. Market.” Launched eight years ago in the U.S., The Registry Collection programme is a global pioneer in the luxury fractional property market and in the provision of consultancy, exchange and travel services to the luxury shared-ownership developer. It has become the world’s largest luxury exchange programme with an international portfolio of more than 160 unique and upscale properties that are either accessible for exchange or under development.

Nick Turner, vice president of business development, The Registry Collection, Europe, will be speaking on “Fractional Exchange” at the summit and providing insight into exchange as an attractive sales tool for developers looking to introduce mixed-use models to increase the appeal of their property in a keenly competitive marketplace.

This year, The Registry Collection programme was honoured with the “Best Fractional Service Award 2009” at the Overseas Property Professional Industry Awards. The Registry Collection representatives will be available at the summit to meet with existing developers who want to explore fresh opportunities or those new to the business and seeking advice on entering the fractional ownership market.

Contact Nick Turner on Tel: +44 (0)208 762 6681 to arrange an appointment or visit for more information.

About The Registry Collection

The Registry Collection Programme is a global network comprising over 35,000 members and more than 130 affiliates on five continents. More than 160 properties available through the program are either accessible for exchange or under development. As the world’s largest luxury exchange programme, The Registry Collection Programme provides members with access to an elite global network of the very finest vacation properties at some of the world’s premier destinations, as well as personal concierge services that are available 24-hours a day. From condo hotels and high-end fractional resorts to private residence clubs and fractional yachts, The Registry Collection Programme facilitates exchanges around the world and redefines the vacation experience for owners and developers. The Registry Collection Programme is offered by Wyndham Exchange and Rentals, the worldwide leader in vacation exchange and the European leader in vacation rentals and one of the Wyndham Worldwide family of companies (NYSE: WYN). For additional information, visit the media centre at

For additional information on the services offered to developers and members by The Registry Collection Programme and to learn how it can add value and distinction to leisure real estate projects, visit

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