There’s a vast array of ways Securus Technologies has proven to be an effective form of communications that is opening up roads for law enforcement officials to uncover crimes. Unfortunately, many crime incidents that occur behind “closed doors” of correctional facilities get overlooked. This is quite a common scenario as we are actually unaware of the certain types of crimes that occur in correctional facilities, some of which include, but are not limited to, are: transferring of drugs, abuse, and acts interconnected with criminal organizations. By communicating through the Securus Technologies platform, an individual who is not incarcerated but would like to keep in touch with someone who is can do so with the program of Securus Technologies.
Although traditional methods of keeping in touch with incarcerated individuals has normally been conducted through the utilization of a visitation schedule, it is important to note that there is now a new way of visiting that does not require the visitor(s) to travel to the jail to be physically present so that they can chat with the inmate. Instead, in this particular case, they can utilize the Securus Technologies platform to keep in touch with the inmate by chatting through a videoconferencing method.
Many people are aware that videoconferencing has made connecting with others from all around the world from the comfort of one’s very own home possible. However, what many are unaware of is being able to utilize the technology within the premises of one’s home to communicate with those who are incarcerated in correctional facilities. This is a program that has been designed to allow such forms of communications to occur safely and without issues of scheduling conflicts due to jails being too busy in which appointments that the visitors wanted were unable to be made at that particular point in time.
Sam Tabar is a renowned capital strategist. He began his career as an associate at a prominent law firm after graduation from Columbia Law School. His role at the law firm was as an advisor to clients on hedge fund structure and formation, agreements, side letters, regulatory issues, and other such issues. In 2004, he joined SPARX Group Co. and rose through the ranks to become its Managing Director. He was also the head of Business Development. Later on, he moved to Bank of America Merrill Lynch as the director. In 2013, he returned to the legal field and joined a law firm as a senior associate.
He later left the law firm and expanded his investment portfolio. Sam Tabar invested in THINX. The company is mainly concerned with the production of women’s undergarments. Additionally, the company is concerned with charity, offering relief to thousands of African women annually. Mr. Tabar’s role at the firm is a lawyer, a leader, and contributor of capital. The philanthropic work of the firm involves training women on how to sew. Additionally, they are imparted with knowledge on marketing strategies. The women are given the entrepreneurial skills that will help make them leaders in their communities. The main aim of this philanthropic work is to create jobs and improve the environment.
Mr. Tabar’s latest company is based on the premise of financing projects that are beneficial for the environment. Mr. Tabar wants to create solutions to environmental problems. The company aims to generate fuel from waste, mostly from Municipal Solid Waste. The goal will be achieved through FullCycle Energy. With Tabar as its COE, the company is hopeful of being able to achieve its objective. The objective of FullCycle is to replace highly polluting plants such as coal-based ones with environmentally friendly ones that rely on Municipal Waste to generate power. Mr. Tabar’s investment advice is for people to avoid commodities market unless they can do research. He views investment in private businesses as a good alternative to stock trading. Tabar is a great believer in social enterprises. It is an opportunity for a person to make money while helping the community.
Brazil’s economy took a big hit in 2015, especially in their industrial sector. Investors lost the confidence to invest there and many fled business in the South American country with the 5th largest economy of the whole world. Flavio Maluf is the CEO of the progressive Brazilian sustainable materials company, Eucatex. His company took a bit of a hit as well, most recently in August of 2016. But, even though his business was slow then, he already had predicted an upturn in the revenue performance of Brazil’s industrial firms.
Maluf’s prediction of better times was fully confirmed when Brazil’s Industrial Confidence Index (ICI) was published in September of this year. He says the result of this important economic tracking index has outperformed the gloomy outlook many of the naysayer analysts were claiming would be the case, counter to his positive predictions. The ICI had jumped up to 88.8 points in September. That is a big 2.1 percent increase that definitely indicates a much improved economy, even out to six months into the future. Those that know the history of Maluf’s savvy and oft accurate market predictions are quick to pay attention to what he has to say. Many a business and many an individual investor has benefited greatly.
The ICI is determined mostly from a set of official surveys that query the revenue performance for all of Brazil’s industries. Of those many companies surveyed, 63 percent reported higher profits than just a few months before. Thus, the 2.1 spike that was so sorely needed. The full ICI query process requires many samples of data over long periods of time. These surveys are conducted by the Brazilian Institute of Economics, which is part of the Getulio Vargas Foundation. Business leaders in Brazil, 1,120 in fact, were asked for their opinions. They generally responded that they saw signs of a better future. Perhaps they have been listening to Flavio Maluf’s sage predictions.
Brad Reifler has furthered his commitment to helping the average investor make better decisions in all their capabilities. According to a recent release he made with the PRNewswire, he talked about the similarities between a real life investor and the films. For those who are not well prepared for the pitfalls in the market road, you might be scared away with a not to make you never return in this investment line.
While he works as an investor, he helps other upcoming investors in this line to keep down their losses in this field. For you to have enough knowledge of the pitfalls in the market, you must be prepared to pay the price of learning the real experience. For you to make a difference in this market, you must be aware of the sound investment principals in this industry. For this reason, you will find yourself making the best decisions in the region.
Brad Reifler is the Founder and President of the Forefront Capital Management Company based in the United States. He has an acquitted knowledge through all the investment sides of the market. According to the government, only one percent of the American populations are accredited investors. For this reason, they can work to meet their daily needs and still invest the remaining amount in dire situations. They are allowed to invest in hedge and commodity funds. As a matter of fact, banks and other accredited financial institutions recognize these people as possible investors. On the other hand, 99 percent of the American population is not accredited as investors. This is because they do not possess the said wealth to form the accreditation procedure.
For those who are not accredited as investors in this market, they are not allowed to lay their hands in any investment o pportunity by the government. Brad Reifler has also shared the insight of the 99 percent of non-investors in the United States. They can also look for common investment opportunities to secure fast working capital to make money. For you to succeed in investment, you must refrain from having all your money invested in the stock markets. For this reason, you will risk losing everything.
Alexei Beltyukov is an entrepreneur and philanthropist who understands what it is like to come from a humble start. When the Soviet Union came down he found himself struggling to survive as a doctor in a collapsed healthcare system even living in a renovated building that had once served as a brothel. Learn more about more Brian Torchin: http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-1216829
It was at INSEAD that Alexei was able to move forward to the man he is known for today. His time at INSEAD would eventually land him working for Private Equity, a railcar leasing company.
From there he has moved to form Endemic Capital which is a company that he established in 2013. Endemic Capital is a company that Alexei Beltyukov is probably most well known for. This company was created to help out fellow entrepreneurs who are trying to get their start.
The company helps by funding these promising companies when they are first starting out. Similarly, he has opened A-Ventures Ltd, which is a Russian company to help companies within Russia get started through financial funding and assistance.
In 2015 Beltyukov became CEO of SOLVY. SOLVY is an online math tutor program that helps high school kids. It is an up and coming company that shows a lot of promise in becoming a go-to site for struggling high schooler students.
According to Angel.co, Alexei Beltyukov also has created a Russian Alumni Scholarship at INSEAD. He has also continued his philanthropy endeavors while working this the Russian government where he helps offer economic support and advice at the Skolkovo Foundation.
He is the Vice President. They offer support to Russia’s growing technology field to start-up and expanding entrepreneurs.
He has started many great businesses, however his wanting to help those that are struggling to grow and become lasting strong companies both in Russia and abroad, are what make him a great businessman and philanthropist.
You may know Jason Hope as the tech genius behind one of the world’s first premium mobile content providers, Jawa. However, Hope has delved into many other, highly successful pursuits. From starting a highly acclaimed search engine optimization firm to developing mobile app solutions for busy professionals, Hope has stayed both extremely busy and extremely relevant throughout his career.
Today, Jason Hope is spending a large portion of his time writing as a guest blogger for such sites as Wired.com and his own blog, jasonhope.com. Lately, his interests have turned towards the boundless possibilities he sees in the coming implementations of the so-called Internet of Things. Hope says that, much more than simply an extension of existing technologies, the Internet of Things promises to be a revolutionary force which will completely transform the way that people, devices and the built environment interact with one another. Hope seeks to get young entrepreneurs and innovators thinking about the new directions in which this powerful and novel technology will be able to be pushed.
A futurist from birth
Jason Hope has been compulsively enraptured by technology since his earliest memories. As a young man, he read voraciously the likes of “Wired Magazine”, “Popular Science”, “Nature” and even technical journals like “The Lancet”. His intense interest paid off. After graduating from Arizona State University with a master’s degree in business, he founded his first startup, Jawa. His vision for Jawa was a company that would provide users of cellular telephones with premium paid content, like their favorite songs or ringtones. It developed an easy user interface that allowed customers to complete transactions in just a few clicks.
This may sound like just another tech company now. But what’s astonishing is that Hope was building this company in the late 90s, a time when far less than half of Americans even had a cell phone. The company went on to become one of the largest and, perhaps, the first provider of premium ringtones.
Hope’s sagacity didn’t fade. Today, he writes blogs, runs his portfolio of companies and proselytizes readers to the benefits of embracing future technologies.
Gareth Henry is a Managing Director at Angelo, Gordon & Co. Prior to his position at Angelo, Gordon & Co, Henry served as Head Investor Relations for Fortress Investment Group. During his time at Fortress Investment Group, he managed all sales marketing and all client services. Prior to Fortress Investment Group, Henry served as a Director at Schroder Investment Management. Gareth Henry has acquired extensive experience in the industry throughout the course of his career.
Angelo, Gordon & Co is an alternative fund investment firm with relations based out of New York City. Angelo announced Gareth Henry as their Managing Director and Global Investor of Relations. In this position, Henry will report to the head of company, Lawrence M.v.D. Schloss. Lawrence M.v.D. Schloss is the president of Angelo, Gordon & Co. As a result, Gareth Henry will also become a partner in the firm.
Lawrence M.v.D. Schloss described Gareth Henry as a “seasoned executive.” Schloss has said that Henry is able to meet clients needs. He noted that Henry’s global contacts will help further the company and expand the brand. Henry described the company as having a “well-earned reputation.”
During Henry’s time at Fortress Investment Group, he led efforts in the United States, Europe, Canada and Asia. Henry has created and enacted strategies for sale. He has worked with hedge funds and credits. Henry has acquired experience with private equity. He has experience working with fixed income businesses. Henry has worked in London and Philadelphia as well as New York City. Henry has a Bachelor of Science degree. He earned the degree from Heriot Watt University in the United Kingdom. Henry is a qualified US and UK actuary.
Henry is a major part of Angelo, Gordon & Co. Angelo, Gordon & Co believes they are stronger with Henry as an asset. Angelo, Gordon & Co was founded in 1988. They manage $26 billion and focus on credit, private investment and real estate.