2012-Oct-2
worked for five years under Charles Gurney

Hey, why should you read this and listen to me? Well, I am a wholesaler who has had my share of flaky "investors" who promise it all and deliver little! My idea is to under-promise and over-deliver. When I have a wholesale "deal" it REALLY IS a "deal" for the end buyer(investor) with cash.A wholesaler is like a bird dog. He or she scouts around their target area for "deals". When the deal is found, it is put under contract in one of several ways. One way is using a short one or two page agreement that is "***ignable". No matter the agreement, it must be ***ignable. The end result is that the wholesaler will be ***igning his contract with the seller to you. You will fulfill the buyer's role and pay an ***ignment fee to the wholesaler. Now there are many variations to what I just described, but suffice to say these are the basics of every wholesale deal. KFHL continued its aggressive pursuit of product innovation. After the failure of the KFX project, CurrencyKing was e****lished to continue the work. However this was abolished in November 2002 by government ministerial intervention when bureau de change were prohibited in an effort to stamp out parallel market foreign currency trading.Sadly this governmental decision was misguided for not only did it fail to banish foreign currency parallel trading but it drove underground, made it more lucrative and subsequently the government lost all control of the management of the exchange rate. During his stint with the Reserve Bank, his economic mindset indicated to him that wealth creation was happening in the banking sector therefore he determined to understand banking and financial markets. While employed at RBZ, he read for a Master's degree in Financial Economics and Financial Markets as preparation for his debut into banking. At the Reserve Bank under Dr Moyana, he was part of the research team that put together the policy framework for the liberalization of the financial services within the Economic Structural Adjustment Programme. Being at the right place at the right time, he became aware of the opportunities which were opening up. Nigel exploited his position to identify the most profitable banking ins***ution to work for as preparation for his future. He headed to Bard Discount House and worked for five years under Charles Gurney

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