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Welcome to the SC&H Group podcast series. Today we are speaking with Paul Shifrin, a Director with SC&H Group, about the need for audit and compliance services for hedge funds.
Title: Hedge Funds, Private Equity, High Net Worth – It’s all about the Strategy!
Show: Talk to Donna with Arthur C. Salzer, CEO & CIO of Northland Wealth Management
Date/Time: Monday, February 23rd 2015 at 10:30 a.m.
Arthur Salzer has more than 22 years of investment experience. As CEO, Arthur is the firm’s chief visionary. He has developed and implemented the firm’s strategic plan.
He also oversees all of the day-to-day operations and the open source investment platform of the company.
Arthur advises many of the firm’s largest and most complex clients. He began his career as a real estate analyst for a family owned investment business, then held increasingly senior roles with the largest bank owned investment counsel in Canada. It was there he gained exposure to hedge funds, private equity, equities and fixed income while advising high net worth families.
Arthur spent 7 years with of one of Canada’s oldest and independent investment counseling firms where he had the opportunity to be mentored by a recipient of the Morningstar Career Achievement Award.
He is a Python with this year’s Pythons’ Pit. www.PythonsPit.ca
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What is a hedge fund, and is it worth investing in one? What is the difference between a hedge fund and a mutual fund? Richard Wilson, founder of the Family Offices Group, president of Richard Wilson Capital Partners, and author of The Hedge Fund Book: A Training Manual for Professionals and Capital-Raising Executives and The Family Office Book: Investing Capital for the Ultra-Affluent, answers these questions and more
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FUNDS FOR LEARNING presents iNACOL's Allison Powell, VP of New learning Models. Blended Learning is where it's at. Learn about this wonderful event.
What sacrifices would you make to drive change? For Violet-Rose Pharoah it means trading in her purse, and carrying a garbage bag of her belongings, everyday for a year. Why? To raise awareness and funds to buy suitcases for foster children.
Violet-Rose spent 15 years in Vancouver's foster care system, and knows the importance of having something to call your own. Foster children are often moved at a moment's notice, and forced to put their few belongings into a garbage bag for the trip elsewhere.
It's about dignity and respect for the things that are most important to us. And creating healthier transitions for the children in the system. Now 4 months into her Garbage Bag Challenge, Violet-Rose shares her story and her tireless work to create lasting chage.
What's Up #Diamonds,
This month is moving so fast it seems lik only yesterday that I posted my first show! As a growing show I have my share of mishaps and still do but I try to remain positive and work on fixing problems as they occur (Lord Help Me!). October is the month that kicks off the holiday season! I am looking to gettin cozy on your couch with you on Monday evenings. I hope you include my show as one of your regular Monday night programs, I enjoy entertaining you with good conversation and music. I also thank you for giving me your time it is well appreciated believe me.
Monday's guest ia about all about the film industry to be exact #IndieFilms, Filmmaker Jarrett Torgerson will be joining me live to talk about his upcoming film project. Every now and than we have people call into this show that haven't had thier businesses established yet but are in the process of opening it. They come on the show to inform you about their business and let you know a little bit about themselves in hopes that you would support their business when the time comes. Jarrett is doing the same thing in a different type of way, he’s looking for supporters for his up-and-coming film project you can support him two ways. The first and most important way is to make a financial contribution to the project, and as always you can email or go to their website just to show them some support. Jarrett is coming on to tell us about the film he’s working on and trying to raise funds to complete, what his project is all about? Well you have to listen to the show to find that out tune in with me and Jarret on Monday 6 PM EST hope to hear you there, as usual phone lines will be open if you have any questions about his upcoming project studio line number is 347 – 237 – 4697.
Some creative thinking saved the broadband dreams of 10 cities in two Minnesota counties. Could cooperatives (co-ops) provide the magic bullet for municipalities encumbered with funding and political hurdles?
Communities in Renville and Sibley Counties created the RS Fiber Cooperative to address rural communication needs. Recently the communities decided to lend the co-op funds they need to build a fiber and wireless infrastructure to cover the towns and farmlands in the co-op's service area. The arrangement resolves several challenges that a number of communities face:
it was easier for cities to pass a bond to pay the co-op to build the network rather then have the cities build it;
co-ops’ existing community relationships translate into faster network take rates;
Minnesota is one of the 21 states with a law restricting public broadband.
Mark Erickson, Winthrop, MN EDA Director and a key contributor to the project joins us to talk us through the complexities of the financial arrangement and the benefits of having the co-op take the lead on the network buildout. He also discusses the role of co-ops in the bigger broadband picture as they take aggressive action in deploying networks.
My new book, Building the Gigabit City, Vol 2, devotes significant coverage to co-ops and their increasing impact on broadband.
Dr. Virginia Anderson presents "The Trouble in Virginia." Call-in number 347.857.3293 at 6pmEST. Dr. Anderson has written and spoken about racketeering and racism in Virginia for numerous years. She is a contributing writer for various newspapers, including "The New Journal and Guide." Dr. Anderson holds a Ph.D, DHCP, and is a civil rights activist and published author as well as a mentor and advocate for Disabled American Veterans (DAV) and the homeless.
Power concedes nothing without a demand; it never has, and it never will. ~Frederick Douglass
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is spending millions of dollars on military grade equipment, according to a report published by Open the Books (link below).
The funds are being used to outfit the agency's 'Special Agents' with guns, ammo, night vision, radar, amphibious assault vehicles and more. The agency is building it's own militia of sorts.
In this report, we cover some of the latest EPA raids and legal action against ordinary citizens. We also discuss Obama's use of the agency to shut down 200 coal plants in the United States.
Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/YPdLWAKZFPM