Daniel Mark Harrison is known to command a significant amount of respect in the cryptocurrency and business fields in general. This attributed to the significant milestones he has achieved in the respective sectors. The August 2015 issue of the financial times described him as an author, journalist, publisher, editor-in-chief, serial entrepreneur, blockchain evangelist, and a Factory Banking investor. He studied BA, Theology in the University of Oxford. He also has a master’s degree in journalism (Business) from the University of New York and Masters of Business administration earned at the BI Norwegian Business School.https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/8414837.Daniel_Mark_Harrison
Since October 2015, the business guru has served as the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Daniel Mark Harrison & Co. Ltd. (DMH&CO). Harrison wholly owns and manages the company, and is additionally in charge of all his assets and those of his family members within the entity. Situated in Singapore, Hong Kong, and Bangkok, the corporation runs the daily affairs of his family estates.
Mr. Harrison has served as a Managing Partner at the fin-tech and blockchain venture capital firm, Monkey Capital, since March 2016. The company is known to be a blockchain investment bank and decentralized digital asset. For many years, the entrepreneur has made significant contributions to CoinSpeaker, and his tenure has recorded numerous achievements. For instance, he was able to nurture leadership to a monthly number of over 450,000. He has also assisted with optimization of the website and management of the editorial team.
Harrison has been the Editor in Chief and Publisher of Marx Rand, a publication that deals with matters of general interest. The news publication disclosed how an FBI undercover headed the Ku Klux Klan during its bi-annual conception. Additionally, it revealed how U.S. drug companies and FDA failed to resolve the increased incidences of cervical cancer in Haiti and linked the vehicle manufacturer Toyota to slave labor.
When it comes to volunteering, Harrison is always at the forefront. He has served as a columnist on Asian Emerging Markets Motley Fool and BNET.com. The entrepreneur has served in different capabilities and has managed impressive career achievements.
Louis Chenevert was the chairman and Chief Executive Officer at United Technologies Corporation until 2014. He was elected to the position of president and CEO of the firm in 2008 and ascended to chairman in January 2010. Before that, he had been the president of Pratt & Whitney between April 1999 and March 2006.Before he joined Pratt & Whitney back in 1993, Louis worked at General Motors for 14 years, where he was in charge of production at the company’s St. Therese plant.
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Everything about Mr. Chenevert
is big and impressive; standing at a massive 6’5″, an interviewer compared shaking the businessman’s hand to clutching an electrode. Besides his massive physical presence, he is all about bringing big ideas and goals to life
. The biggest deal in the history of the aerospace industry was orchestrated by Louis Chenevert
, which is 2010’s buyout of Goodrich by United Technologies for an incredible $16.3 billion. By pushing through the deal during a depressed market, he managed to grab the major manufacturer of landing gear and brakes at a bargain price, making United Technologies a full-service aeronautical systems provider, offering everything required on an airliner except the avionics.
The Rise of UTC
Since he left Pratt & Whitney’s engine business from his lengthy stint at General Motors, Louis had an incredible run of success. His ascendance to the top of Pratt & Whitney ran parallel to his unit’s incredible performance, which reflected in the fortunes of the parent company. Besides, he was tapped for the position of CEO of UTC in the midst of a depression but his tenure saw the company’s stock price rise from $37 to $117 regardless.
Education and Professional Achievements
Chenevert holds a bachelor of commerce degree in production management from the prestigious University of Montreal, École des hautes études commerciales (HEC). He is also a member of Business Roundtable’s Executive Committees, where he serves as the chairman of the Tax and Fiscal Policy Committee. Louis also serves on the board of directors of the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation and Cargill. He also chairs advisory board of the Yale Cancer Center.
Warren Buffet, one of the richest men around the globe has been very vocal on the issue of saving for retirement and making investments. Many renowned financial experts have joined the bandwagon, adding their weight to this vital subject.
Tim Armour, the chairman of Capital Research and Management Company, has also been vocal on the same, adding on to the focus towards this topic.
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Another point supported by both Mr. Armour and Mr. Buffett is the fact that a commitment to low-cost, simple investments over a long period could be more profitable in the long run compared to expensive funds, which in some instances shortchange investors. Mr. Buffett has been quoted severally blaming the excessive trading and high management fees for the poor long-run returns gained through funds. According to him, building a durable portfolio through rigorous analyzing of companies, and making long-term investments is the better option.
Tim agrees that the actively managed fund seems to be performing worse than the market. However, he asserts that not all funds are underperforming. His advice on choosing an investment fund is to look out for one where the fund managers have invested their money alongside other investors. Such funds more often than not outperform the markets over the long-term.
Tim Armour is the Chairman and Director at Capital Research and Management Company. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Middlebury College. Tim has a wealth of knowledge and experience in the finance sector, gained over a long career spanning 32 years. All his working years have been at Capital Group, making him well acquainted with the operations and running of the company.
Mr. Armour has been keen on retirement investments and savings, and this was evident during his company’s partnership with Samsung Asset Management, where he was quoted saying the partnership would cater for the Korean population’s needs regarding retirement savings.
Stephen Murray was born in August 1962. He attended the Boston College in 1984 earning a Degree in Economics. He then furthered his studies earning his Master’s in Business Administration at Columbia Business School in 1989.
Stephen Murray began his career as a credit trainee at a New York based holding bank, Manufacturers Hannover and Trust Corporation. He was then nominated the Vice President of a middle market lending bank, according to reports by Bloomberg. He later joined a leveraged finance and private equity unit of Manufacturers Hannover. Learn more about Stephen Murray CCMP Capital: Learn more about Stephen Murray CCMP Capital: http://patch.com/connecticut/stamford/stephen-p-murray-52-financial-executive-stamford-resident-vice-chair-boston-college-board-trustees and https://www.pehub.com/2007/10/5-questions-with-stephen-murray/
Following a couple of merging and acquisitions, with companies like Chemical bank and Chase Manhattan Bank, Manufacturers Hannover became part of the conglomerate hedge fund, J.P. Morgan in the year 2000. The consolidated hedge fund appointed Stephen Murray as the head of buyout business five years after joining the group.
JP Morgan Partners was the name given to CCMP Capital before the 2006 spin off. The company majorly involved in middle market deals as it continued to pursue growth alongside its private equity clients. A year later, JP Morgan dissociated its business after outbidding TPG Capital, KKR & Co., and Blackstone Group for a drug maker, Warner Chilcott, based in Dublin. Read more: This Old Thing? Private Equity Honcho Drops Little Place Uptown for $11M
However, JP Morgan survived despite the competition from KKR and Blackstone Group and in 2006, CCMP Capital spun out it and in 2007, Mr. Murray was appointed the company’s CEO.
Stephen Murray was also associated with other companies including AMC Entertainment, Warner Chilcott (the drug maker company), Pinnacle Foods, Aramark, The Vitamin Shoppe, Legacy Hospital partners and Generac Power Systems where he served a member of the board of directors.
Stephen Murray was a supporter of educational and political initiatives. He was involved in the funding of the popular Make-A-Wish Foundation, based in New York. The foundation was aimed at granting wishes to kids with life threatening conditions – read more: Ex-CCMP Capital CEO Steve Murray passes away.
He has supported education initiatives at Boston College, Columbia Business School and Stamford Museum just to say the least. He was at one point appointed the chairman of board of trustee at his former college (Boston College) and the head of Make a Wish Foundation in New York.
He died at the age of 52 12 months earlier after resigning from his executive responsibilities due to his deteriorating health conditions. He will forever be remembered for his positive contribution toward steering CCMP Capital to success.