Self-made politician George Soros is once again preparing his various organizations for battle. He is in charge of Open Society Foundations. This is Soros’ organization that he utilizes to support various liberal and democratic causes all over the world.
As of March of 2017 Soros has been fighting against the Hungarian government to keep his Central European University from being closed down in Budapest. Now, he is taking on various organizations that are trying to push an Article V Convention.
Soros does not like the fact that states preparing for an Article V Convention meeting. He is for the Constitution but not for anyone giving more power back to the federal government through this living document.
An open society is a very important aspect of modern life. Many people might not realize this; a society must have minimal government control to enjoy their liberties and freedoms. Without these liberties being in place, people will not be able to live out their dreams to fullest.
Soros sees the current Trump administration as a government entity that is capable of taking this kind of action through the use of the Article V Convention. George Soros established the Open Society Foundations.
In case you did not know, an Article V Convention is designed to allow the Constitution to be altered through amendments. Normally, states carry out this process. However, Congress also has the ability to take this action if at least 2/3’s of its members agrees to this process. Soros knows how dangerous this could be for the American people.
Soros’s organizations such as Common Cause Texas, West Virginia Center, The Brennan Center for Justice and the Center for Media Center for Democracy have all spoken out against Article V Convention action. These organizations are funded by Soros’s Open Society Foundations.
George Soros only provides support to groups that back up his philosophies and way of life. While he might not absolutely agree with every organization that he supports; he realizes how important it is to help people to maintain their liberties within society.
Soros does not want the government to overreach its power. He knows that leaders like President Donald Trump could easily take advantage of this power and use it for the wrong purpose. That is the last thing that Soros wants for American citizens or citizens within the global community. Read more story at NYTimes.com about George Soros.
Jeffry Schneider is the founder of Ascendant Capital, LLC. This boutique alternative investment firm is based in Austin, Texas and raises funds for both emerging and established investors. Ascendant Capital is working with a network of broker-dealers, family offices, and investment banks, thus aiding in the distribution of its alternative funds throughout the globe.
Ascendant Capital has, within five years, raised nearly $1 billion in capital. Currently, Ascendant has grown to have 250 investment advisors, and over 50 broker-dealers. Having an excellent record of accomplishment and an incredibly steady growth, Schneider and his team have set their eyes on a bright future. Ascendant Capital, by the end of 2016, expected to raise $50 million per month. In consideration of the present market trends.
Jeffry Schneider graduated from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Jeffrey started his career in the field of financial services where he honed his skills in alternative investments strategies.
Jeffry Schneider worked at Paradigm Global Advisors in 2002. Mr. Schneider then left the firm to start Ascendant Capital, LLC where he brought with him a wealth of expertise. Ascendant Capital, LLC provides its services through investment banks, broker-dealers, family offices and international markets.
Updated on February 2nd, 2017: Alexei Beltyukov is a top level entrepreneur, and as such he has some really interesting ideas about the Russian economy and what makes it tick. Adweek had a really great article about what Alexei thinks Russia should do, and it’s largely about investing in the future.
Alexei Beltyukov is both a philanthropist and an entrepreneur. He has had a hand in many startup companies. In 2013, Beltyukov founded Endemic Capital to provide funding for Russian startup companies. Beltyukov has also formed various organizations to help fellow Russian who want to start businesses.
Alexei Beltyukov holds a medical degree and an MBA. He has tried to balance both his business life and social life by engaging with people through Facebook and Twitter. Through his Facebook account, he shares his views to his friends through links to some articles with useful information on the net. On Twitter Alexei posts news related to the Russian government and on issues about the Russian people.
Beltyukov has had success in the roles he has played in different companies. Some of the roles he has had include working as the Board Chairman to New Gas Technologies since October 2006 and working as a Board Observer at Foro Energy since December 2014. Alexei is the founder of Mechanicus founded in 2007 that is a brand of auto repair in Russia.
Beltyukov also worked as a Chief Operating Officer for SOLVY from October 2013 to December 2015. SOLVY is an online education system that is rooted in making sure math education is accessible to all high school students. The software allows solving of word problems, mathematical equations, graphs, and tables. The student then gets online feedback on how they perform on the questions tackled on the software.
Beltyukov commitment and creativity gives him the capability of tackling ideas with many possibilities in mind. In 1998 Alexei worked at McKinsley & Company. While with the company, Beltyukov held the position of Engagement Manager. Beltyukov’s business story has been featured on PRNewswire.
Alexei Beltyukov has had a successful career in different companies. Through supporting the establishment and management of software such as SOLVY, Alexei ensures that high school kids get the needed help they require in mathematics hence leading to better grades in schools.
In the world of business it can be more difficult than one might initially think to find executives that have strong leadership skills and a deep understanding of the inner workings of the businesses they lead. It can be even harder to find leaders who have a strong grasp on the technical disciplines that make the services they provide to their clients possible.
Fortunately for the financial services company Capital Group, the organization was able to find all three in its recently appointed Chairman Timothy Armour. In 2015 Armour was appointed to the mission-critical position of the chairmanship of Capital Group by the company’s Board of Directors. Armour’s appointment saw him joining other leaders of the corporation like Robert Lovelace and Phil Toledo, who both serve as Presidents of divisions within the company to make important decisions about how the organization will operate in the future and how it will fine-tune its general business strategy. Armour was proceeded in his new position by the late Jim Rothenberg. James Rothenberg’s passing prompted the company to appoint a new chairman to build upon the legacy that Rothenberg had begun at Capital Group. Upon the announcement of his appointment Armour shared a statement that noted that Rothenberg’s legacy at the firm had been one of “purposeful” leadership that consistently endeavored to prioritize what was best for the company’s employees, clients and investors.
Arguably Armour was uniquely qualified to lead Capital Group. Armour had been in the field of investment management and financial services for 32 years in the time proceeding his appointment to his new position. His decades of experience very likely precipitated a depth of expertise that was necessary for the next leader of Capital Group to have. It also demonstrated a profound appreciation for the financial services industry. What also set Tim Armour apart as a candidate for a senior leadership position at the firm was the fact that he had spent the entirety of his career with the company.
Armour set an example for any aspiring investment management professional by starting out as an associate and rising through the ranks of Capital Group to a role that would allow him to make important decisions for the company’s future. During his long career with Capital Group Armour spent time working as an equity investment analyst.