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What To Look For In an Angel Investor

Still struggling to acquire the necessary capital to fund your venture? While you can always resort to bank loans or personal credit cards, a smarter and more effective solution is to team up with an angel. Angel investors offer both capital and experience — a combination that isn’t found with traditional bank loans. But how…

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Billions of Dollars Being Invested in Bank IT

The independent analyst and consultancy firm Ovum has released a new report on the growing trend of IT investments in the banking/financial sector. The London-based firm predicts Information Technology (IT) budgets among global retail banks will reach a jaw-dropping $141 billion by the end year, up 4.3% from 2013. But the IT investment train won’t…

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Sen Chris Murphy Introduces Angel Investor Bill

Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy has introduced a new bill that would give federal tax incentives to angel investors. As you may already know, an angel investor is an individual who provides capital for entrepreneurs and start-up businesses in exchange for either convertible debt or ownership equity. When business owners struggle to acquire the necessary capital…

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How to Find Private Investors

5 Tips on How to Find Private Investors For Your Startup

Most new companies will require some type of funding to get off the ground. The big question is how to find private investors. The first thing you need to ask yourself is, what are you looking for in a private investor? Keep in mind that if you’re looking for an investor with specific industry connections and experience in your field,…

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Get the funding you need for your business or project.

The Intrepid Executive Group has exclusive access to investors around the world who are eager to invest in new projects. These investors are mostly looking for projects over 2 million dollars however we take applications seeking $250k or more. If you or someone you know has a business who is seeking funding, let us help…

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Bank of England To Raise Interest Rates In 2017

England’s population of 53 million plus residents will have to wait a little longer before seeing higher interest rates. The Bank of England’s nine-member panel agreed to keep interest rates unchanged. The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) — the panel responsible for setting and adjusting the BOE’s interest rates — voted unamiously on April 9th not to…

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Are Treasury Bonds Overvalued?

Treasury bonds have long been the go-to solution for safe, reliable long-term investments. Being that they are backed by the government, investors can rest assured knowing their money is safe. However, a new survey reveals that many investors have grown reluctant to invest in treasury bonds, viewing them as being too expensive. According to a…

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Venture Capital Activity Increased 20% in 2014

Venture capital is surging is the Great Lakes State, according to a recent report published by the Michigan Venture Capital Association. While Michigan has experienced a steady increase in venture capital investments over the past decade, 2014 was an exceptionally remarkable year. The report, published earlier this month, found venture capital under management in Michigan…

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UN Report: Surge In Renewable Energy Investments

The United Nations Environment Program (UNEP)  has published its annual Global Trends in Renewable Energy Investment report, indicating a growing trend towards investments in renewable energy sources throughout the world. 2014 was an abysmal year for the oil industry, as prices dropped by nearly 50%. While this hurt the profits of major oil companies like…

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Twitter Now Providing Venture Capital

The world’s most popular 140-characters-or-less social media network has entered the realm of venture funding. According to the Wall Street Journal, Twitter led an $80 million round of venture funding for the mobile software company Cyanogen. Other investors included Qualcomm, PremjiInvest, and Rupert Murdoch. So, what in the world is Cynanogen and why is Twitter…

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Will Feds Increase Interest Rates?

While there’s been no official confirmation yet, many financial experts say the Federal Reserve is looking to increase interest rates. Even a slight increase would affect anyone looking to buy a car, obtain a mortgage, refinance their current home, apply for a business loan, open a savings account, or even invest in the stock market….

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2 US Banks Fail Stress Test

Of the 31 U.S. banks tested in this year’s stress test, 2 have failed. The Federal Reserve conducts a Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review (CCAR), or what’s more commonly referred to as a “stress test,” of the nation’s leading financial institutions each year to determine whether or not they would withstand a financial crisis. While…

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