Brazil is an area to invest your money. This is what Gareth Henry thinks. The change in leadership is about bring about many new investment opportunities. These opportunities could mean millions for American investors. Changing the leadership will mean that there will be more investment opportunities.
Gareth Henry spoke at the Alpha Hedge West conference notifying investors who were present that Brazil is the way to move. He is looking at the equity in Brazilian currency. He is speaking of both real and interest of the Brazilian currency.
Gareth Henry is not the only Fortress spokesperson to believe that Brazil is where to put your money. Also, Mike Novogratz is one who considers Brazil is the way to go for investors.
Dilma Rouseff is expected to lose the election. The chances of him winning the election will be less than they were at the day Gareth Henry was speaking before the Alpha Hedge West conference. With the change in leadership there is supposed to be a change in the economics of Brazil.
With the potential of a new Brazilian president, there will be a shift in Brazilian assets. This shift is expected to be an upward shift. There will be numerous assets to look at in the near future.
Other than Brazil being a sound investment, Henry thinks Japan and Scotland are worth looking into as well. There are various excellent ventures for investors in both nations.
Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe will create a shift in the economics of the nation. This is supposed to be one of the best shifts at Japan and investors in Japan have seen in a long time.
Investors can take a look at Scotland because of the turmoil that ensued over the recent shift in the vote for independence. This is supposed to make a shift in the economics of Scotland. This is going to be one of the biggest upward shifts investors will see a long time coming.
Gareth Henry is an investment banker with Fortress. He speaks often on what investors can look for in their portfolio. Investors look forward to the advice he offers.
Randal Nardone founded Fortress Investment Group alongside Wes Edens and Rob Kauffman back in 1998. Each of the founders had incredible experience from their times at Lehman Brothers, Goldman Sachs, Black Rock Financial Management and UBS. They wanted to create an alternative asset strategy investment firm and it was immediately popular.
Assets grew rapidly from $400 million to $3.9 billion. This growth happened in just the first five years. Assets were set at $32.6 billion by the year 2007. The first investments were in real estate in the New York and Toronto areas. The group then began to buy up debt securities as well as hedge funds to grow at such an enormous pace.
Along the way, Fortress Investment Group lost one of its founders, Rob Kauffman, to retirement. He decided to chase passion of car racing and bought up a 50% stake in Michael Waltrip Racing. He also restores vintage muscle cars and owns part of Chip Ginassi Racing.
The guys at Fortress Investment Group have been trendsetting since the late 90s. They were the first private equity firm to go public with an IPO in 2007. Today the investment firm owns $43 billion in assets with nearly 2,000 investors. The group is diversified with private equity, hedge funds and permanent capital vehicles.
The firm employs more than 900 people in New York City. The group does so well because of a diversity of assets. Financial vehicles, real estate and capital all come together to produce long-term cash flow.
Fortress Investment Group is continually innovating in order to squeeze out even more value from its highly complex investments. The firm is excellent at evaluating strategic, structural and operational factors when making investments.
The group is now showing off its expertise in mergers and acquisitions. The firm is made up of deeply connected board members, corporate shareholders and management professionals. This diverse management team is ready, willing and able to tackle the intricacies of capital markets.
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