RHC family of funds is please to annonuce a new SPE targeted at those that want to own and race in OMOCA races. The return is expect to be zero precent but with a little luck it could easy to beat US Treasury Bill return (as alway every deal and even US Treasury Bills have risk with investing).
However, this investment is for pure joy like investing in race horses.
RHC family of funds has strong propietary deal flow, but we always welcome referralf for $3 million plus EBITDA companies, accredited investors with $100,000 USD to co-invest, family offices with proof funds for $5 million to co-invest, and other sources of capital with track record and proof of funds.
Contact Sarah, Special Partner to a RHC fund, about setting up meeting with manager member of RHC’s funds or Special Purpose Entity (SPV/SPE) for co-investing.
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The US middle market ended a tempestuous year by recording $480.9 billion in deal value—by a slim margin the highest annual number on record. After the near halt of deal activity in the wake of COVID-19 in Q2 2020, convergent trends drove the middle-market recovery in Q3 and a dealmaking frenzy in Q4. In 2020, deals priced under $500 million accounted for the greatest share of middle-market deals since the global financial crisis (GFC), as some PE firms acted opportunistically to acquire assets at a discount, while others snapped up small companies with growth potential buoyed by the pandemic. At the upper end of the market, a flight to quality drove elevated valuations in the technology, healthcare, and financial services sectors.
In 2020, US middle-market exits fell for the second year in a row as many GPs delayed Q2 exits amid market turmoil. However, by the end of the year, GPs were making up for lost time in earnest, driving Q4 exit activity above pre-pandemic levels—a trend that will likely continue into 2021. Although sponsor-to-sponsor exits declined YoY, they remained the most common exit type for middle-market portfolio companies. Looking ahead, special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) mergers may facilitate more public exits for middlemarket companies
Although the amount of capital raised dipped by approximately one third YoY, 2020’s US middle-market fundraising proved resilient all things considered. GPs raised 127 middle-market funds for a combined $101.1 billion—a far cry from 2019’s record-breaking heights but roughly on par with fundraising levels in 2016-2018. As a result of 2020’s disruptions, LPs flocked to middlemarket funds raised by the largest PE firms, especially funds focused on technology and healthcare.
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“All that matters is results, but you have to have the style that works for you” – J20.02.01
CONCEPT: At what point does being provocative work for good promotion and at what point do the haters help more than hurt? My motto is “Say Provocative statements that intelligent people argue about fast without dotting your I’s and crossing your T’s. As life is all about fun and results!”
Paul Logan (almost everything = million likes or views), Sacha Baron Cohen (Borat), and many others show that provocative works even in the extream.
PAUL LOGAN CASE STUDY:
FULL SONG: The Fall Of Jake Paul (Official Video) FEAT. Why Don’t We= 246,879,596 views made Jul 9, 2017, with 590,403 Comments & 3.5 million likes based on Logan Paul’s 20.2M subscribers! Logan Paul has views, but how does he make his money? Does he have bots? Who is his fan base? Can he move to higher-paying activities? My kids have one view (14 & 16-year-old), but what is the true story behind Logan Paul?
BOTTOMLINE: Sacha Baron Cohen (aka Borat) is HNWI with more than $100 million due to his media success, while Logan Paul is pegged at little over $10 million at the age of 24 year old. YouTube is great, but stick to the movies and TV should you want to make the big bucks!
Developing Concepts on extream provocative activities and “Benevolent Dictators” thanks to Sacha Baron Cohen’s movie!
There are lots of strategies, but a 1031 exchange in real estate allows you to defer paying capital gains taxes on an investment property when it is sold. Almost all high-net-worth individuals have investments in real estate and the 1031 exchange is one of the key tools. – JD Morris, Red Hook Capital
Investor Network Destinations (IND), a Beverly Hills-based entertainment and education company providing service to high-net-worth individuals (HNWI) and single family offices (SFO), opened a Special Purpose Entity (SPE) to raise seed capital and closed a seed round via convertible debt with founders of companies for an undisclosed amount.
Red Hook Capital’s friends and family invest in Special Purpose Entity to fund the creation of “Investor Network Destinations” through a Special Purpose Entity (SPE).
Three CEOs/Founder of technology companies lead the round into the SPE.
Ross Cooper, founder and former CEO of Verimatrix Inc., says “He looks forward to the development of IND’s yacht and luxury car program. IND’s Parade of Light party on a Mega Yacht in San Diego was one of the best parties of the year.”
Omar Bakr, founder, and CEO of Tarana Wireless says “JD Morris connects the right people together at the right time. Investor Network has a wide range of contacts from IPO CFOs to successful founders of companies.”
Investor Network Destinations is a spin-off of “Investor Network by JD” that has been providing networking and educational events for more than 20 years. With thousands of subscribers that invested in hundreds of deals provided by Investor Network by JD (IN) and its partners. ” Investor Network Destination will focus on people with more than $500,000 dollar to invest in alternative assets by providing amazing educational events at great destinations,” says JD Morris, founder of Investor Network and ACG.
J. David Morris (JD) focuses on buyouts starting at $5 million EBITA. He also serves on the board of advisors and board of directors of several private.
He is a General Partner of Red Hook Capital. He also has served in leadership roles in strategy, corporate and business development for Lockheed Martin, MCI Corp., and other companies where he played key roles in the creation and development of several new ventures.
JD’s merchant banking and investment banking activities have resulted in many successful deals. JD advises clients ranging from business strategy, mergers and acquisitions, revenue models and future growth opportunities.
He has been a speaker at various industry forums, has been quoted in numerous leading publications, such as the Wall Street Journal, and has made several appearances on Bloomberg, CNET, CNBC, ESPN, and many media outlets.
He received a B.A. in economics with mathematics from Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia and Omega Rho student with a focus in operations research (#4 world) from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT JD MORRIS
“JD Morris is first rate, good ideas all the time and honesty all the way. Work with the Man.” The Honorable Tidle McCoy January 26, 2010 – Chairman & Founder of Washington Capital Partners
“I have worked with JD on several acquisition transactions. I have always found him to be professional and timely. He delivers what he says he will in the right time frame. When he is an advisor, as opposed to principal he seems to have a knack for getting the two parties together. When principal, he gets his deals done.” April 5, 2006 – Andy Tucker, Partner at Andrew & Kurth LLP.
“JD was able to close a difficult international backbone financing for a start-up company for $20.0 million. Dealing with the uncertainties of Brazilian government regulations, tight emerging capital markets, and choosy investors, JD raised this equity capital when no other advisors were able to even look at the deal. He is highly qualified and capable.” February 4, 2010 – William St. Laurent – former CEO of Vitech America (NASDAQ).
“JD has a wide source of contacts for funding. He finds the best source of capital for a particular company’s financing needs and knows how to structure the deal. He is creative, enthusiastic and easy to work with. I am happy to recommend him to my clients and others.” November 5, 2012 – Ernie Stern – partner at Akerman Senterfitt LLP.
“I’ve had the pleasure of working briefly with Mr. Morris on two projects and being in a finance industry group with him. He has a combination of finance and LBO expertise, analytic skill, business connections and enthusiasm that would make him a valuable asset to most corporate or advisory boards.” May 12, 2007 – Steve Rabin, CPA
“Mr. Morris has been a great resource in helping me learn the ins and outs of raising capital. Every opportunity that I raise capital for I look to JD for his guidance. His relationships with investors is enormously valuable. Additionally, he has graciously allowed me to speak on his radio show which gave my venture at the time great exposure. Thanks.” January 28, 2010 – Eric Collins, Media Consultant to Fortune 500 companies
“I have known Mr. Morris for several years and am consistently impressed with his energy and contact base. He is well connected to the VC Community and maintains relationships with the top management of many local and regional companies. He has an excellent track record of raising capital and of advising companies wishing to do so.” July 17, 2005 – Alan Gottlieb, Consultant to Fortune 500 companies