Gareth Henry is a Rarity

In spite of Gareth Henry’s area of major being in actuarial mathematics while he was at school in the Heriot Watt University, he took a sharp departure from the career a typical actuarial mathematician would pursue. A typical actuarial mathematician would seek a career in the insurance industry but not Gareth Henry, who elected to become a professional investor in the hedge fund and private equity industry. Gareth has always found the degree of overlapping between finance and mathematics to be intriguing. It was, however, not until he developed a profound understanding of the dynamics of economics and risk management that Gareth Henry became irreversibly hooked. Perhaps it is his background as an actuarial mathematician that has enabled Gareth to be such a success in the hedge fund and private equity industry. Or perhaps it is his ability to engage with anyone in a meaningful conservation that has made Gareth so successful in the hedge fund and private equity industry. Gareth Henry first experienced success in this industry at Schroder as its Director of Strategic Solutions and then at the Fortress Investment Group as its Head of International Investor Relations and Global Head of Investor Relations. To know more about him click here.

Gareth Henry does not believe in power breakfasts and begins his workday early at 7 in the morning placing calls principally to Europe and Asia. He is also a constantly on the move workaholic in that he believes that activity generates opportunity and devotes whatever time he possibly can to his clients and his work. Further, when Gareth forms an idea that he truly believes in, he is willing to move heaven and earth to bring them to life. He also believes in asking for feedback from his clients, his team, and his colleagues believing that it is crucial to obtaining an understanding of the dynamics in which he is operating. Gareth also likes to seek advice from the 20 or so mentor he has developed a mentor-protégé relationship with. Recently, he has established a business of his own to provide investors with his services.

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Talos Energy Aims To Expand Their Presence In The Gulf of Mexico

Talos Energy, based in Houston, Texas, is a highly successful oil and gas company founded in 2012. Before their debut, the team at Talos Energy accomplished the great feat of building and transferring two separate oil and gas corporations.

More recently, Talos Energy took on the challenge of acquiring a failing establishment known as Stone Energy. The two combined officially in May of 2018 which created the New York stock exchange ticker, TALO, to represent the new merger.

CEO of Talos Energy, Tim Duncan, worked diligently through the devastating effects of Hurricane Harvey to close the merger with Stone, even though the company was bankrupt and failing. Though a move like this might seem like a daunting task to many, the effectiveness of the staff at Talos gave Duncan the confidence to close the deal.

Another factor that stockholders can take into account is the low-risk outcome of this merge. Though Stone Energy was bankrupt, they are only coming to Talos with a $700 million debt to $2.3 billion asset ratio.

The team at Talos Energy is always looking for ways to expand their presence in the Gulf of Mexico. Although they made some significant progress with this as they acquired Stone Energy, they pressed on to amplify their existence in the Gulf.

They succeeded in doing just that at the recent federal lease sale of blocks of acreage in the Gulf of Mexico. Many competitors were vying for the same 14 plots that were put up for sale. However, Talos Energy secured all of the available locations with their pledge of $5.3 million.

Their successful bid landed them a total of 75,000 net acres in the Gulf of Mexico, eight of which are shallow water locations, and the other six in deep water. Where other substantial companies play it safe with onshore drilling, Talos Energy would much sooner reap the benefits of drilling for larger quantities in the Gulf, no matter the possibility of failure.

Robert IVY, the Ever Shining Architect

The Vice president and Chief Executive Officer America Institute of Architects (AIA), Robert Ivy, is a mirror to many aspiring architects and publishers. The Masters’ graduate in architecture from the University of Tulane and Bachelors’ of Arts degree in English from the University of Sewanee has accomplished a lot. Since he started his career in 1981 as the principal Dean/Dale IVY/Dean, where he was a critic of many publications, IVY, has built a strong bond with American Architectures. The talented Editor, Publisher and practicing architect gives all he posses in every organization the works for, hence always outstanding in architectural endeavors. More about of Robert Ivy at contractdesign.com

As the chief editor architectural records, as well as, Vice President and Editorial Director of MC Graw-Hill Construction Media between 1996 and 2011, Ivy, made numerous achievements. At the helm of editorial leadership, architectural records won several industrial honors including, The American Society of Magazine Editors, The premier magazine Journalism Award, Folio Design Award, among many others. Robert Ivy was one of the Jurors on a panel which selected Architect Frank Gehry to design National Dwight.

In 2009, The American business media honored Ivy with Crain Award as the highest recognition for an individual. This is a prestigious award not only to the architectural fraternity but also to the career of Ivy. In March 2010, Robert Ivy joined a class of icons like DR. Nathan Clifford Ricker and other six in the history of architecture when the National Architect Fraternity, Unanimously voted him as “Master of Architect.” In 2017, Ivy received Dean’s Medal from Fay Jones School of Architecture at University of Arkansas.

Robert Ivy went against all the odds to become the first architecture to be honored with Noel Poll Lifetime Award of 2018 by Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters. This honor has been thought to be a preserve to only connected and active artists and patrons of Mississippi. Robert Ivy leading publications in design made him a celebrated ambassador of an architectural fraternity. The award has not only elevated Ivy to higher levels but also a source of pride to the architectural fraternity.

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Stream Cares Formalize The Stream Energy Philanthropic Activities

Founded in 2005, stream energy, as a young direct selling company can overcome the full nature of energy marketplace to emerge as one of the largest direct selling energy companies. The company has not only scored big in the business world, but it has taught the culture of giving back to the society to the entire employee fraternity. The recent formalization through the stream cares foundation is part of efforts to take the philanthropist activities a notch higher.

 

Stream energy featured in helping the most affected victims during the Hurricane Harvey, collaborating with Hope Supply Co, to rebuild homes. Also, the customers who were directly affected by the hurricane Harvey were given financial support to cope up with the financial burden occasioned by the effects of the disaster. Since then,the firm for the last four years has been providing solutions to homeless children.

In conjunction with hope, over 1000 homeless children from Texas, and Dallas were taken to a hotel in Texas, had their entrance fees and lunch paid for the holiday of December. During the event, the children were taken to a local water park, to enjoy a fun day. The package included essential supplies, and money.

 

In December, stream provided Dallas Era Veterans together with their loved ones with moral and financial support. In this event, operation once in a lifetime, stream gave transport to less fortunate military veterans to enjoy December lunch with their families at Texas hotel. It was a fantastic opportunity to make less fortunate servant feel appreciated.

 

 

Stream Energy is a long-time partner of Red Cross America which provides disaster relief, emergency assistance, and education. Habitat for humanity is another philanthropic work for Stream Energy, whereby, it builds new homes as well as repairing existing ones for families.

 

With now coming of stream cares, then, the philanthropic work of stream energy is business of all employees and a calling to their esteemed customers.

 

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