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U.S. Money Reserve Shows Loyalty, Effective Relief Efforts, and the Money

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When it comes to U.S. government issued coins, U.S. Reserve is the country’s largest distributor. Founded in 2001, it is the “go to” private distributor of U.S. and foreign government-issued precious metals. The goal is to provide clients with great service and unprecedented gold coins.

U.S Money Reserve’s purpose is to build a reputation as most trusted in the industry. Building trust with the client first then the business has given U.S. Money Reserve the opportunity to provide over $400,000 clients with services such as coin research, numismatics, and simply finding the best products on the market.

Hurricane Harvey made U.S. history as the country’s first major category 3, or higher, hurricane since Wilma (2005). During its 4 day reign, Harvey caused rainfall that exceeded 27 trillion gallons. The devastation estimates are anywhere from $180 – $125 billion, making Harvey the most expensive natural disaster in U.S. history. Read more:  US Money Reserve | Twitter and US Money Reserve | LinkedIn

It is estimated that 13 million people have been affected and casualties are confirmed at 82. As the storm passed, more issues became apparent. Essentials such as hygiene products, and medicine were scarce. Not to mention clean water. Water that remains is contaminated with sewage, waste, toxic chemicals, and debris all of which presents health problems.

PR Newswire believes that For U.S. Money Reserve, relief efforts became a major priority after learning that employees and customers alike were affected. Being founded in Austin, Texas, where its headquarters are still located, U.S. Money Reserve partnered with Austin Disaster Relief Network, a nonprofit organization, to lend a helping hand.

This partnership has allowed U.S. Money Reserve to show gratitude and help the community that welcomed it. The organization is helping to provide crisis relief to aid the survivors of Hurricane Harvey in their recovery from this devastating natural disaster.

The partnership is providing emergency housing, transportation, immediate financial assistance, and emotional and spiritual care. To generate more donations, U.S. Money Reserve is organizing a relief fund in which they will match the donations up to $100,000. All donations will be used to meet the urgent needs of survivors. In times such as these, our nation has to come together. U.S. Money Reserve is doing their part so let us do ours. Donate, donate, donate!!!

Tony Petrello career journey and accomplishments

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Tony Petrello is well known by many people as a personality that blends and fit into the various ranks of corporate America. He is an eloquent speaker with humor in his speeches. Anthony Petrello was once famed to be the most paid CEO in the US. He was receiving an approximate payment of $ 68.2 million in 2014 from Nabors Industries, as the company president and the CEO. Nabors Industries is ranked top in the provision of oil drilling services. The company contracts in oil, geothermal and natural gases drilling jobs.

Tony Petrello is a humble and honest person who deserves what he earns. He has a firm moral code that is rooted in respect and fairness. As a manager and CEO, he treats his fellow employees fairly which has led to the creation of many jobs in the US. Anthony Petrello is seen to be the current captain of employment and philanthropic industry by helping Americans to transform their lifestyle. He has given back to the society through helping children with neurological disorders. One major notable donation include the $ 7 million donated to the famous Texas Children`s Hospital.

While Anthony Petrello leads the most reputable oil business in the world, he remembers his place of origin. Success was not handed to Tony on a silver platter he earned for it through determination, resilience and hard work. He grew up in Newark, New Jersey. Newark had its hardships, although they had a culture of work ethic and honor. It is through that culture which made Petrello be well molded with virtues and integrity. He knew he must work hard in school and life to make ends meet. He was exceptional in that he mastered the concept of differential calculus in his early age.

Anthony Petrello was awarded the full scholarship to study mathematics at Yale University. He became a mathematical scholar for sometimes until he lost the passion and shifted his career journey. He went to Harvard Law School and pursued law. After his studies, he joined Baker and McKenzie law firm in America where he specialized in business law, taxation and arbitration.

Anthony Petrello started serving the role of the chief operating officer in Nabor`s Industries before climbing the ladder to be the CEO. In all the positions he held in the company he left an outstanding mark setting a precise pace for the successor. He has been of value to the company in that he helped in $32 million acquisition of Grace Drilling in 1993.

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Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi: Multifaceted, Innovative And Loyal

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Quite often, making it in business is about being the first. The business that arrives at a certain technology or launches a certain product first typically establishes a significant lead over the competition. Consequently, innovation occupies a central role in any successful business.

Brazilian bank, Bradesco has been the first to many things in the Brazilian financial industry. The bank is famous for becoming the first bank in Latin America to buy a computer, in 1962. It was also the first bank in the country to introduce the credit card, in 1968. The man pushing the boundaries at the bank is Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi. Over the last seven years, he has brought new ideas to the bank that have paid off greatly, cementing its position as the second largest player in the private banking sector.

By the time Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi retires at Bradesco, he will have spent five decades at the bank. That is the duration of his entire adulthood. Born in 1951 in the small city of Marilia, he joined Bradesco as a clerk in 1969. Consequently, it is safe to say that the bank has brought him up. At the age of 33, he was named the bank’s marketing director, thus becoming one of the youngest department directors the company has ever had. Again in 1999, aged 47, he was the youngest in a pool of candidates being considered to be named the bank’s president. While the position went to Marcio Cypriano, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi was promoted to become the vice president of insurance subsidiary, Bradesco Seguros. Four years later he was named the company’s president, a position he served in for six years. After impressing immensely at the insurer, he was in 2009 selected by the board to become the bank’s next president.

The primary growth strategy employed by Brazilian banks before Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi became president was acquisitions. For instance, in the 1970s Bradesco purchased up to 17 banks spread throughout the country. Again, between 2001 and 2004, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi’s predecessor, Marcio Cypriano managed to grow the bank a great deal by acquiring up six mid-tier financial institutions in the country. In 2009, however, it was not tenable to grow a bank through acquisitions. Following the global financial crisis that had kicked off the previous year, there were almost no acquisition opportunities in Brazil and indeed the rest of the world. Consequently, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi decided to go with a more organic growth strategy. As a result, Bradesco added about 200 new branch offices in 2009 alone.

Arguably the greatest bit of business conducted by Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi as the president of Bradesco was the acquisition of HSBC Brazil in 2015. While Bradesco had been engaged in organic growth efforts, it was a painstakingly slow process. Consequently, when Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi spotted the opportunity to grow the bank a lot quicker, he sanctioned the $5.2 billion acquisition deal. Not only did this deal save Bradesco considerable time in its expansion efforts, but it also drew it a lot closer towards unseating competitor, Itau Unibanco as the top private bank in the country. The deal also got Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi named the entrepreneur of the year in the finance category by Money Magazine.

In addition to innovation and loyalty, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi has gotten to where he is today by being extremely dedicated. On an average day, he is at the office for at least 12 hours, often extending his work to business dinners.