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Anil Chaturvedi: Reputed Cross-Border Banker

For a while now, the EU has been investing heavily in India. However, the EU’s influence is only present in a handful of industries, while there are still many different sectors that remain untapped. One man who is seeking to improve the cross-border investing process between companies form Europe and his home country of India is Anil Chaturvedi. With the introduction of recent FDI laws, Mr. Chaturvedi believes that European companies have no reason to be afraid of investing in India. The country is home to one of the world’s most lucrative markets, and expanding their services to India could prove to be a very profitable decision for European companies.   Anil Chaturvedi believes that European companies that are involved in both wind power and solar energy has a big opportunity in the Indian market. Within the next five years, electricity’s demand is expected to double. This means that foreign…

Business Advice, Investments

Sheldon Lavin’s Career in OSI Group

After a career as an investor and executive in the banking industry and owning a financial consulting firm, Sheldon Lavin became the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of OSI Group. The OSI Group, which started out as a Midwest meat supply for McDonald’s, is now a worldwide food supplier, ranging their services from food service to retail brands and employs 20,000 people. They currently have more than 55 facilities in 16 countries, including the Philippines, Australia, Japan, India and South Africa. Sheldon Lavin’s interest in the meat industry began in 1970 when he helped Otto and Sons, a predecessor company for OSI Industries, with financial consulting. He was told by the bank to have a position in ownership. At first he declined, but eventually agreed with the Otto family that he would have the same financial investment leverage as they did. In the late 70s, he joined the group full-time…

Business, Investments

Philanthropist George Soros Hires Dawn Fitzpatrick To Run His Family Hedge Fund

George Soros is an 86-year-old rock star in the financial industry. He is also a legend in political circles. And when it comes to giving economic advice to foreign leaders, there is no one better than Hungarian-born George Soros. But Soros is more than a high-flying hedge fund investors who leaves no stone unturned in the investment business. George gives his money away through his Open Society Foundation. Soros is not afraid to let his money do the talking in countries that abuse human rights, and are under the control of fanatics who loathe democracy, and all it stands for. Getting a handle on the different facets of the George Soros mentality can be a challenge until you know his story. Soros is one of those born leaders. He takes a leadership role because he uses what some people call a “sixth sense.” He uses his sixth sense when he…