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Equities First Holdings and What it Does09.04.17

Equities First Holdings has been quite prosperous in its first five years of existence. The London based company has formed partnerships with some of the most well-known banks and law firms, allowing both itself and its partners to thrive. Founded in 2012, the company has grown by leaps and bounds since it first opened its doors to become one of the biggest companies of its kind in the United Kingdom. It has recently agreed to return stocks to Paysafe Group PLC that it had taken as collateral for their loan with Equities First. This is just one of the many transactions the company is involved with. IN fact, one of its business partners in the US has just announced its 15th anniversary and is looking forward to many more years of successful business partnership.

Equities First Holdings is a company specializing in financial advisement, margin loans, and shareholder financing to allow its business partners to make the most of their investments and business transactions. The company caters to clients with a high net worth, such as heads of corporations. Those that handle a great deal of money on a regular basis, such as bank presidents, would likely benefit greatly from forming a partnership with Equities First. Equities First would allow for that extra security to the investments the bank might make, allowing said bank to invest their capital with confidence that they get a healthy return on the money they spend.

https://geeksnews.co.uk/equities-first-holdings-remain-the-top-lender-of-stock-based-loans for more.

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Economic Effects of UK Departure from the European Union10.25.16

 

After the UK had announced that it was exiting from EU, the immediate impact was a significant reduction in stocks markets throughout Europe and weakening of the British currency. Flavio Maluf says these outcomes will generate long-lasting effects on the worldwide economy. Below are some of the effects of UK departure.

 

British economy’s consequences

 

UK has been the major supporter of EU, donating handsomely towards the organization. In turn, the country has attracted more investors and experienced economic growth. Flavio Maluf concurs with the opinions of Paul Figueiredo (FN Capital Operations’ Director) that the UK’s isolation block will lead to a significant reduction in the investment received by the nation.

 

Limited trade between UK and Europe

 

Being a member of EU comes with its privilege such as open trade among the member nations. Therefore, since the UK will cease to be a member, the country will have to come up with new tariffs, which might hinder foreign trade with the members of EU.

 

How Brazil is set to benefit

 

With UK ceasing to be a member of EU, Brazil will have an opportunity to enter into new bilateral agreements with the nation. However, Flavio Maluf warns Brazilians from expecting a lot from the UK since the country is not a key trading partner of the Portuguese-speaking country (Brazil).

 

Flavio Maluf and Eucatex

 

Wikipedia tells us that Flavio Maluf is in charge of Eucatex’s daily operations, investment strategies, and expansion plans. The company opened its production doors in 1951, specializing in the harvesting of eucalyptus trees and making of soft wooden boards. The firm sold its products to the firms in the construction sector. Since Flavio ascended to the position of CEO, Eucatex has experienced dramatic growth. Flavio has an academic training in the specialties of mechanical engineering and business.

 

In Flavio’s tenure, Eucatex has managed to make important upgrades to its operations and infrastructures in its headquarters in Brazil and other subsidiaries across the globe. Although facing stiff competition from Asian companies, Eucatex has remained an authority in the production and marketing of door, wood tiles, wall partitions, panels, and soft boards. Read more about Flavio on his official website here: http://flaviomaluf.com/

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