Jeffry Schneider – A Smart Businessman

Jeffry Schneider is a smart business man. With a wide knowledge in marketing, operations, sales and education, coupled with a modern style of financial structuring, his company, Ascendant Capital has raised huge sums of money for upcoming and established fund sponsors. Working with a network of other institutions such as private banks, brokers and family offices, his company has been able to distribute these funds around the world.

Under the leadership of Jeffry Schneider, the company has recorded remarkable growth over the past 5 years from 2 employees to over 30 employees. During the same period, he and his team have made nearly $ one billion. The company works with 50 dealers or more, 250 fund advisors and a lot of family offices. Capital raised has been used to open new lines of business such as technology companies, real estate and automobile dealerships. Inasmuch as this growth is incredibly great, Jeffry and team want to take it a notch higher; their focus is on a greater future. This truth is demonstrated in their projected budget of raising $50 million every month this year.

Jeffry knows that diversifying investments helps to spread the risk thereby making ventures more profitable. By doing so, they have experienced immense growth in the recent past and this growth will follow the same trajectory in future.

The culture of Ascendant Capital plays a pivotal role in the growth of the company. Jeffry has been on the fore front at creating an environment of trust and dialogue among the employees. He is proud to be associated with this culture, which is not only within the company but also extends outward. The company has varied interests and makes its utmost responsibility to its partners its main concern.

Jeffry Schneider holds a degree from the University of Massachusetts. He enjoys staying fit and eating healthy. He loves to travel. He gives back to the community through his involvement in many organizations of charity.

Brazil Banks Outpace American Banks According to Igor Cornelsen

For years, the knock against Brazil has been its “lack of predictability.” One year the growth rate might be great, but the next, it might be dismal. Learn why Brazil Banking Expert Igor Cornelsen thinks that might have changed.

“Under Lula, Stability Was Established”

Brazil President Lula made the nation’s poor happy with affordable housing loans and the wealthy happy with increasing the nation’s growth rates. The World Cup and Olympics raised the prestige level of the entire nation. Finally, Brazil was moving from developing to developed status.

Other beneficiaries of this new-found stability have been the Brazil banks, according to Brasil Wealth Advisor Igor Cornelsen. While the US banks offered more risky loans to the poor, the Brazil banks were offering more low-risk loans to high net worth clientele.

In 2011 and 2012, the top North or South American banks based on return on equity investment (ROE), according to Economatica, were Brazilian banks. In 2011, Bradesco had an ROE of 19.83%. Itau actually earned the top spot with a higher ROE in 2011.

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Igor Cornelsen – Colorado, Bainbridge Investments

“Brazil Competes With US”

No longer are the victories of Brazil over the US simply on the soccer field: now Brazil is winning in the banking sector too. Brazil Banking Expert Igor Cornelsen’s CNBC interview helped guide investors who wanted to diversify into South American banks.

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Brad Reifler To Help Small Investors Get More Opportunities

Wall Street can in some way be compared to “Money Monster”, a fictional movie in which Lee Gates played the role of a Wall Street Guru and the host of the show. During a live broadcast on the show, there was an unexpected appearance by a disgruntled investor, Kyle Budwell. Budwell went on to take Gates hostage. He narrated how, in following the tips given by Gates, he ended up losing everything.

During the unfolding situation, Gates kept in communication with his producer who was in the control room. Clooney, together with other cast members, tried to keep themselves from getting blown up, all the while trying to uncover the truth behind the web of lies. Despite the movie being fictional, it goes to show some truth about Wall St and the disadvantages that small investors experience.

Wall St is a place that rewards the wealthy (accredited) investors by providing them with opportunities that are not available to non-accredited investors. However, one man is trying to change this. Brad Reifler, the Forefront Capital CEO, has embarked on a mission of ensuring the 99% of investors get to enjoy the same opportunities as the other 1%.

Reifler has shared the major problems that small investors have. These include:

1. Fees: Wall St firms have managed to raise management fees to astronomical levels. The fees are paid regardless of the performance of the portfolio.

2. Access to investments: In the past, the opportunities of investment for non-accredited investors had always been limited. According to the government, accredited investors are more intelligent and are thus allowed to invest in various funds that include hedge funds and private equity.
3. Stock Market Risk: Due to the limited nature of investment opportunities available to non-accredited investors, most of their investments are correlated to the stock market.

Brad Reifler is a successful leader who is the CEO of Forefront Capital. Reifler received his Economics and Political Science degree from Bowdoin College and proceeded to form Reifler Trading Corporation in 1982.

After his first company was bought by Refco, he proceeded to form Pali Capital. During his leadership, the company made $200 million in profits. Currently, he is the CEO of Forefront Capital, a firm that specializes in providing guidance in the commodities and forex markets.