Good to hear from you. Hunter, Joan and I were going to sit down and discuss schedules for next week this afternoon so we can get back to you shortly on this dinner and the CAP events.
It is interesting that you raised the CEFC Chairman. We actually were approached by an acquaintance of Hunter’s about setting up a meeting for Hunter with the same gentleman for next week as well. We weren’t sure if it was worthwhile but the fact that he is friend’s with you makes us feel better about this.
I know Hunter will be traveling back from overseas on Sunday and might not be able to make the dinner, but let us get back to you.
Eric D. Schwerin
Rosemont Seneca Advisors, LLC
1010 Wisconsin Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20007
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On Dec 1, 2015, at 11:14 AM, Vuk Jeremic <email@example.com> wrote:Dear Eric,I hope all is well in DC and that you had a relaxed Thanksgiving holiday.I've had difficulties in reaching Hunter recently, so I would have to ask you a big favor - to convey this message to him.On Sunday, December 6th, I will have a private dinner in DC with an old friend from China - Ye Jiemaing - one of the 10 wealthiest Chinese businessmen.He is the Chairman and majority owner of CEFC China Energy, a second-largest privately owned company on Shanghai stock exchange.He's very young and dynamic (39), with the top-level connections in his country. They have recently started making big investments abroad (billions of dollars), and plan on doing much more.I would like to invite Hunter to join me at this private dinner (small dinner - this is not an event of any kind). I am confident that many interesting projects may come out of that in the future.Please let me know if this would be possible.Kind regards from Mexico,VukPS Please check out the invitation that I sent you for our event at the Center for American Progress on December 9th.Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone.