Investors are by their own makeup surging with adrenaline, having a fondness to perilous gamble; they are risk-takers. Kyle Bass is one such character and investor, as UsefulStooges describes. He has made himself a pocketful of money, about $4 billion dollars. He is famous for his calculation describing the United States economic crisis in 2008.
As the hedge fund extraordinaire (like so many other hedge fund billionaire) he told the world the wrecking ball was going to hit the U.S. financial markets, and it did. Now he is off citing a new economic smashup associated with two colliding markets, Asian and the United States. He is the doomsayer for the Japanese economy too.
He was asked by a news agency, do you think the U.S. is going to mimic the same recession like 2008. He reported his answer; he believes there is a forty or fifty percent chance. This downfall he predicts is to happen next year. A fifty percent judgment is like a coin toss; however, he has had a good track record on his overall financial forecast.
The doomster also was the lead protagonist whom foretold the oncoming failure of Bear Stearns in 2006. He maybe the faultfinder, but he is always correct in his assertion. He very clearly warned Bear Stearns executives about the firms impending fate after leaving the firm to its own economic demise. To the chagrin of Bear Stearns’s chief executive officers the company disregarded Kyle’s words. Kyle Brass is quick to point out that he was the one who hosted-up the red flag. He saw the company’s financials and knew instantly the spreadsheets were off-balance. Accordingly the news got out about Kyle Brass’s doomsday forecast. The result was a devastating blow to Bear Stearns‘ reputation as a financial institution and eventual departure. Kyle Brass is a hard-nosed investor; he concluded the Bear Stearns’ abstinence and self-denial executives to heeding good advice put them in harm’s way and the eventual demise.
With a lessening fan base from disgruntled Bear Stearns staffer, Kyle Brass, nonetheless, openly describes the mess associated with Bear Stearns. He depicts the bad mortgages. Brass is also bold in saying it was bad risk management and just plain bad management. So the infamous gambler of hedge fund investments has created a lot of controversy. Once loved, he is now under fire for his brashness. His actions are now under attack by all angles, even his associations with socialites from Buenos Aires. Consequently, maybe as a career goal it was unwise to be so blazon.
The leadership and advisory board of Diversant is made up of a team of driven professionals who are committed to helping others. Diversant is one of the largest black-owned IT staffing service in the United States. The Fortune 500 company has excelled even in times when the economy was facing a downturn.
Diversant has enjoyed massive success due to leadership and experience. The highly-trained support staff of experts quality candidates to fill all of their positions. The corporation fills positions for clients nationwide. Individuals looking to find mid to high-level employment at some of the top firms in the nation will be pleasantly surprised with Diversant.
Entrepreneur Gene C. Waddy is the owner and co-creator as Diversant. Raised in Harlem and New Jersey, Waddy received a bachelor’s degree from Farleigh Dickinson University. His mechanical engineering background served him well in the IT industry. After working for numerous companies, Waddy decided to strike on his own to promote a diverse and transformative platform.
Executive John Goullet has also played a key role in Diversant’s success. He brings a long history of IT to the table and even founded his Info Technologies 20 years ago. In 2010 Goullet and Waddy merged their companies to form Diversant. both men, considered visionaries, have a great deal of passion.
A year after its inception, the company was recognized as one of the fastest growing companies that year by Inc. Magazine. The company is growing at a steady pace. Goullet says he expects Diversant to crack the top three IT staffing companies in the U.S. in short order.
Michael Zomber is a man of many talents. He’s an Author, film maker, and philanthropist, but most of all, he collects and deals in antique arms and armor; he’s also an avid collector of samurai swords as well. He’s been collecting antique firearms and armor for more than forty years. He’s written countless books about his endeavor, and these include historical novels and screenplays; he was also a guest historian on the History channels series “Tales of the Gun.” But his extensive knowledge for rare and antiquated firearms doesn’t stop there; he’s also well known for his love of Japanese samurai swords. So much so that he wrote his own non-fiction novel titled “Jesus and the Samurai” about them and even directed a critically acclaimed documentary titled “Soul of the Samurai.”
Aside from his conquests as a reputable historian on arms and samurai swords, he’s also a dedicated family man who lives outside Philadelphia with his wife and two children. And his academic resume includes bachelor degree’s in English Literature and Psychology, as well as a master’s in English Literature at UCLA. His philanthropy efforts for NGO’s also showcase his support for the worldly causes as well. These non-profit, ordinary citizen groups include the UNICEF, Doctors Without Borders, Amnesty International and Global Exchange; all of which are designed to fight for the social well being of others. Not only is Michael Zomber a highly intellectual practitioner of antique arms and samurai swords with a resume of accomplishments to back it up, but his relatability as a father, husband, and humanitarian are what truly makes him an inspirational individual. Follow Michael through his Facebook account.
Brian Torchin has made his life’s work trying to find out how people can get medical jobs easily. He has put in a lot of time to figure out how people hire, and he has made sure that it is going to be easier for people to get the information they need on each new job. He has a blog that he tends, and he also has a company at HCRC that helps people when they are looking for jobs.
Medical jobs vary so much that they are going to have to be found with help from an agency. Brian Torchin helps run the agency, but he is also doing a lot of side work on the stats of the industry. His blog helps explain to people how medical companies are hiring, and he shares information about what he has found out about how people are going to get information in medical jobs. He teaches people what to do in interviews, and she shows people how to make more money by getting better jobs.
LinkedIn has always shown Brian Torchin interacts with people on his blog all the time, and he uses the log to make the medical hiring process more personal. He can help people go to the right interviews, or he can place people at jobs that they need immediately. It just depends on what people want to do, and it also depends on what these people want to do in the future. Brian Torchin has a lot of connections, and he uses those connections to help people go in the right direction.
Brian Torchin has helped a lot of people make sure that they can get the right jobs, and he has shown them the best places to get jobs based on their resumes and statistics. All this information is really important, and it has to be something that people are going to be able to use when they are hunting for jobs. They can go to the right interviews, learn how to talk in these interviews, and be sure that they are always going to the right job as a next step. Check out the jobs that Brian has available on Postings.com, otherwise Indeed is a good portrait of what Brian has accomplished in his career up to this point.
Always vocal about his political opinions, billionaire industrialist Charles Koch has chimed in on the state of this year’s race for president and who’d gain his support come November.
The opinions of the Koch brothers Charles and David have always been in demand. For years they have been cited as among the most visible and active moneymen in political races across the US, and whenever the topic of a big race comes up either brother is asked for their insights on candidates rising to media prominence.
In a recent interview with ABC, Charles Koch was asked a question along those lines, particularly what his opinions were on the administration of presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush. Sticking to his libertarian leanings, Charles was quick to point out that while he didn’t agree with President Clinton on most things, he preferred his administration rather than Bush’s due to that administrations expansion of government roles and unregulated spending like that of wars in the Middle East.
This didn’t take long to transition to Charles’ opinion with the field of Republican candidates and the potentiality of Hillary Clinton rising to the presidency. Though not the first time Koch has stated his displeasure with what the Republican party has had to offer for the highest office in the country, Charles admitted, reluctantly, that a President Hillary Clinton would likely be better than any of the three Republican candidates.
Support from Charles would have to include, he stated, a shift in Clinton’s behavior from the rhetoric she’s been using on the campaign trail. And such a support could be helpful to Clinton come the general election. So far, the Koch network is expected to have collected $400 million dollars to support down-ticket races across the country, particularly in senatorial runs. That kind of money could only help someone for president, and with Charles saying that he has no intention to support any Republican candidate come November that money could be put to use. However, when the Clinton campaign made it to the news, Hillary responded with a scathing tweet that emphatically stated her disinterest in any Koch support moving forward.
Charles Koch serves as the CEO of Koch Industries. Along with his brother David, the Koch brothers inherited 84% of the family business and together have diversified the operations of the company to be the second largest private corporation in the United States.
Charles has spent a great deal of his life funding political causes that support Libertarian causes and inner city education. He is cited as one of the most active political donors in the country.
Highland Capital Management, L.P is a Dallas-based firm that deals with investment management, and it is registered with the Securities Exchange Commission. Assets that the company and its partners manage are approximated to be worth 18 billion dollars. Highland is one of the most knowledgeable and experienced alternative credit management firms globally. The company’s expertise is in credit strategies such as distressed and specialized circumstances private equity, credit hedge funds, long-only funds and distinct accounts, and collateralized loan obligations. The firm provides alternative investments, which include natural assets, long and short equities, and emerging markets.
Highland’s client base is widely diversified, and it includes governments, individuals with a high net-worth, fund of funds, financial institutions, and corporations. The company has the exceptional skill set necessary to serve its clients and aims at developing robust and long-term client-manager relationships that are based on trust with its customers across the globe Apart from its main office in Dallas, the firm has branches is New York, Seoul, Sao Paulo and Singapore.
James Dondero and Mark Okada founded the Highland Capital Management in 1993. James is the current president of the firm, and he controls all investment operation and policies of the company, for institutional and retail products. He has worked in the credit markets sector for over thirty years, during which, he gained sufficient knowledge and experience. One of the main achievements in Mr. Dondero’s profession was helping in the development of Collateralized Loan Obligations (CLO). He is the founder of one of the pioneer non-bank CLOs. Through his leadership, many funds have been honored and awarded. The awards that have been worn include the Morningstar’s five-star title for Global Allocation and the Floating Rate Opportunities’ Lipper Award.
Dondero was a student at the University of Virginia, where he studied accounting and finance. He is also a holder of the title of a Chartered Financial Analyst and Certified Management Accountant. Before the founding of Highland Capital Management, James was an employee of the American Express and was in charge of fixed income funds that were approximately worth 1 billion dollars. He also worked as a Chief Investment Officer of the GIC subsidiary of Protective Life and within a period of five years, he helped the company to grow its worth to 2 billion dollars. James sits on the MGM Studios and American Banknote’s Board of Directors. He also serves NexBank, Cornerstone Healthcare and CCS Medical Corporation as the chairperson of their boards.
Every student deserves the right to a great education. While all student deserves a great education it is not always a reality for many students in Brooklyn, New York. These students struggle with being able to afford college and have to seek out alternative ways to get that money. Many of these ways come in the shape of scholarships that are available within your community.
Keith Mann, CEO of Dynamics Search Partners has teamed up with his wife Keely Mann to announce the Keith and Keely Mann Scholarship for Professional Achievement. This scholarship was designed to recognize new business leaders. In order to identify these new leaders they have teamed up with Uncommon Schools based out of New York. This scholarship will be awarded to one high school senior who will graduate from Uncommon School.
Applicants are tasked with the responsibility of writing 1,000 word-essay about why they feel receiving a college degree can help them achieve their educational and professional goals. For years Keith and Keely Mann they have always had a passion for young leaders.
The Mann’s scholarship is open until March 2016. The winner of the scholarship competition will be awarded $5,000.00.
Keith Mann has been in the executive search industry for over 15 years. He has long been a go to expert for hedge funds, staffing and human resource staffing needs. In 2002 Keith launched the Alternative Investment Practice, In 2006 he extended to Dynamic Search Partners and in 2009 he expanded even further.
Avi Weisfogel has started raising money for Operation Smile, and he wants to make sure that it is going to help them take more trips to help people who need dental care. The idea behind the charity is to help people who are in need, and they can only help when they have raised enough money. Avi Weisfogel has been involved in helping people get dental care for years, but he wants to do more than just talk about it. He wants to raise money to help people get to the trips that they need to take.
He is raising money on a GoFundMe page that is going to stand for as long as he wants. The GoFundMe page lets people donate any time they want, and it is going to help people give money in a way that is easy for them. Everyone who is planning on giving can give their money immediately, and all the money goes from GoFundMe to the people at Operation Smile. That ids a very easy thing for the charity, and it is being done on behalf of Avi Weisfogel who is helping do more trips.
The trips that Avi Weisfogel does are trips that put him in touch with people who are need of help, and the wants to see them again on future trips. He might even want to bring other people along to help, and that will give him more options for all his patients. He brings his friends when they can come along to help, and the money pays for great mobile units that are going to drive into communities where the people need help.
Weisfogel chose to start his page because he wants to help people who will never be able to get dental help without Operation Smile. He wants to keep raising money as much as he can, and it is very easy with GoFundMe. He can share the page at any time, and he will be able to check the page to see how it is doing. There is nothing better than helping people through these simple means. Check out his educational YouTube video today!
The FOX network decided to bring in Thor Halvorssen (http://www.forbes.com/sites/thorhalvorssen/#29b821aa1e52), the founder of the Human Rights Foundation. He leans toward pro-democracy and he condemned socialist revolutionary Che Guevarra. With his background Fox News was sure that they had someone who would condemn Bernie Sanders. But the interview with film producer Thor Halvorssen completely backfired and went viral on social media. He was articulate and actually educated and informed their viewers on socialism.
In the interview, Thor Halvorssen expressed his views that democratic socialism can be a good thing but believes that such systems can easily be perverted by corrupt rulers. He said it is not the form if government, the problem lies on the dictators. Then he totally caught the host off guard and he dropped the bombshell that he is a big supporter of Bernie Sanders and his stand on Socialism and as a matter-of-fact donated the maximum amount allowable to the Bernie Sanders campaign.
Socialism is not inherently evil, he says. In fact, countries like Denmark, Norway and Sweden are shining examples of socialist governments where human rights violations do not occur. Socialism is a form of government that can do good or bad depending on who’s in charge.
Thor claims that Hillary Clinton has taken millions from oppressive dictators throughout the world. He also took a jab at Donald Trump, who is the republican presidential frontrunner, for his support of Vladimir Putin in Russia and that is unacceptable for him to endorse either of them.
Thor kept his composure cool even when she brought up his family about the imprisonment of his father by the Venezuelan government, despite the fact he was a respected diplomat protected by his position, including his mother was shot by the police as she protested against the socialist lead government.
Author Mara Lemos Stein, writing for the Risk & Compliance Journal of The Wall Street Journal, discusses increased demand for transparency and accountability over risk management in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis and the changing role of chief risk officer. CROs are now required to be strategic thinkers so they can anticipate potential disruptions and anticipate risks in decision making. Frequently, the CRO now reports to the chief executive officer and directly to the board. CROs need to be able to report both up and down, gaining the trust of both mid-level management and board members. The career path of risk officers is also evolving. Companies in other regulated industries are beginning to notice the role of the CRO and to think about where a CRO should be in their executive structure.
Helane Morrison, Managing Director, General Counsel, and Chief Compliance Officer of Hall Capital Partners LLC, is a risk officer who is taking on a broader role. Hall Capital is an investment firm, handling the accounts of some of the wealthiest families in the San Francisco area. The firm insists on accountability, integrity and regulatory compliance. As chief compliance officer, Morrison set up a team called the “examination staff” that painstakingly studies the records of all entities involved with Hall Capital. Rigorous investigation is required before anyone is trusted with their clients’ money. Morrison has also implemented an “enforcement staff,” which deploys if the examination team discovers anything suspicious, proceeding with disciplinary actions ranging from a written request for correct practices to an in depth investigation and criminal charges.
Before joining Hall Capital, Morrison was a Regional Director of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. There she was responsible for securities enforcement, litigation and regulatory matters in Northern California and Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Montana, Idaho, Alaska, and northern Nevada. Before joining the SEC, Morrison was an attorney representing clients sued by the SEC, defending securities clients in class-action suits, sitting in arbitration defending brokers, representing securities officers in SEC investigations, and defending stock brokerage firms against suits brought by customers. Her career has shown her both sides of securities law and made her a risk officer uniquely able to make sure those laws are enforced.