REO Capital Hires Raymond Espinoza as Managing Partner

PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE REO Capital has added Raymond Espinoza as a new Managing Partner in the Beverly Hills Office. Raymond Espinoza brings the strategic focus, vision, and mature judgment gained during a successful career leveraging diverse business and financial advisory expertise with a variety of entrepreneurial, and market-making businesses. Raymond served as […]

Why RIA Firms Are The Future of Financial Advising

For years the Registered Investment Advisor (RIA) firms has been growing in prominence. And now forces are converging to fundamentally transform financial advising in the RIA model’s favor. Investors are demanding more from the companies they work with. Traditional advisor models are holding firms back from evolving to attract a new generation of clients. Innovation […]

REO Capital Considers Legal Action Against Crossroads Group

PRESS RELEASE – Beverly Hills, California – Legal Action consisting of Breach of Contract Lawsuit is being considered in Beverly Hills, CA by REO Capital, LLC against Mike Gabrail and Paul Gabrail of the Crossroads Group, Gabrail Family Office, and Select Investment Group in Ohio. For Institutional or High Net Worth Investors considering Investing in […]

What Placement Agents Can Bring to a Capital Raise

Fundraising is not easy; it is one of the more exhausting, humbling and frustrating processes GPs encounter. In perusing industry periodicals, one might conclude that anyone can raise a private equity fund and it can be done easily. The reality is quite different. But, most Placement Agents can help you with the process. For the […]

Direct Investments – The Pro’s and Con’s for LP Investors

Direct Investing for LPs: The Pros and Cons Institutional investors making a portfolio allocation to private equity or other alternative assets typically fill the allocation by evaluating fund managers and subscribing capital to selected funds, typically locked in for 10 years. Most LPs also seek preferential co-investment rights, which allow them to invest alongside the […]

How to Build Trust with Your Investor Presentation

To be an effective and persuasive presenter, you must build trust and credibility in the audience’s mind. The goal of presenting is likely to inform the audience of something or persuade it to act or not. To do this successfully, the speaker must be trust worthy, believable and likeable. Credibility is not a naturally occurring […]

How To Establish Trust Immediately and Get Investors

This article is to help you Establish “Trust” Immediately in your Pitch and get Investors to want to Invest! A riveting story structure and a visually arresting deck are both requisites of a great presentation or pitch. However, apart from the other presentation mistakes you might make, all your work developing your presentation might be […]

How to Persuade Investors to Invest in Your Funds

Have you ever met someone who could Persuade you to do anything? I have, and I’ve always craved this seemingly out-of-reach ability. There are countless books and college courses that all claim to hold the keys to persuasion. They’re valuable resources for learning how to persuade, but they tend to overcomplicate the matter and ignore […]

How To Create A Great Investor Pitch Deck

Raising capital from investors is difficult and time consuming. Therefore, it’s crucial that a VC or PE Firm absolutely nails its investor pitch deck and articulates a compelling and interesting story! VC or PE Startups frequently prepare a “pitch deck” to present their company to prospective angel or venture capital investors. The pitch deck typically […]

Perfect Your Pitch and Investor Presentation

Whether you’re pitching to investors after a business plan competition, angel group meeting or one-on-one, your goal is to interest them enough so they want to know more about you and about your company. You must “Perfect Your Pitch”. “You need to present a compelling business case that makes them believe not only that your […]