League Assets Corp.

League Assets Corp.

January 19, 2011 22:32 ET

League Assets Corp. Shines with a Solar Energy Investment

VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Jan. 19, 2011) - With the launch of its "Member-Partners Solar Energy Limited Partnership", League Assets Corp., is offering investors a new opportunity to green the planet and their wallets.

"With this our latest offering, we have taken another giant step forward in our green investments," said Adam Gant, Founding Partner of the League Group of Companies. "This Investment is our answer to the hundreds of requests we've received from our Member-Partners. Green investing is the right thing to do, and League's "Member-Partners Solar LP" is the right way to do it."

The "Member-Partners Solar Energy LP" invests, through a 100%-owned partnership, in the installation of rooftop photovoltaic solar power arrays in Ontario. The Ontario Power Authority, through the province's Feed-In-Tarrif (FIT) program, will pay a fixed price per kilowat-hour of electricity produced over a 20-year period. This will secure a long-term, stable revenue stream once the panels are installed and operational.

"Member-Partners Solar Energy LP will enter into contracts under Ontario's FIT program, and the difference in our cost to produce the power, and what we earn for producing the energy will become profit to be shared by our Member-Partners, in proportion to their investment. It's that simple," said Emanuel Arruda, League's other Founding Partner. "That's why we named this investment as we did: it's our Member-Partners' investment, not just League's," he added. The difference in our cost to produce the power and what we're charging for it under the FIT contracts will represent profit for all those investing in this Limited Partnership.

This is not League's first venture in green energy systems. In 2009, League Assets Corp. funded the installation of "smart" building technologies – including energy saving and remote monitoring equipment in the Athletes' Village for the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. It recently also financed the installation of similar "smart" technologies in one of its own properties, the Tyee Plaza Shopping Centre in Campbell River, BC.

"The market for solar power is coming online at a rapid pace," said Gant. "Solar power is finally an economically viable option for renewable electricity in the new carbon-constrained environment, and we plan to capitalize on it for the benefit of League's investors and the community at large."

League currently has approximately $600 million in assets under management, with total build-out value of approximately $2 billion. This includes the IGW REIT, a $230 million Real Estate Investment Trust, comprised of a portfolio of Canadian commercial, industrial and residential properties, as well as a number of individual Limited Partnerships. League finds, acquires, improves and operates these investment properties on behalf of more than 2,500 Member-Partner investors. Investor candidates and interested members of the public are invited to learn more by requesting a free copy of League's "Blue Book of Real Estate Syndication" from its website at www.league.ca.

This document is for information purposes only and is not an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to purchase securities. Any offering will be made by way of offering memorandum or, in Ontario and Quebec, will be made only to accredited investors or those investing more than $150,000.

There are risks associated with this investment, which risks are discussed in the offering memorandum and subscription agreement. You are encouraged to read the offering memorandum (available upon request) and the subscription agreement before making any investment decision.

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