Anthony Jerdine is an individual who has firmly established his reputation to thrive in the real estate and financial industries, having played a pivotal role in launching several private investment funds and consulting with some of the greatest minds in institutional investments, project management, construction, permanent financing, and manager selection. With nearly 30 years of experience in the industry, Anthony has utilized his knowledge to play a role in the development Foundation Wealth Capital, a private boutique investment bank.
Foundation Wealth Capital or FWC is a company that involves itself with a turn-key suite of quantitative risk analytics, advisory services, securitization, monetization, private placement investments, and distribution services. Anthony developed the company under the belief that markets and Assets Under Management or AUM don’t make good investments. “We believe you have to execute an alternative distribution strategy to gain traction and meet the money in the grassroots on the specific terms that it requires,” said Anthony Jerdine.
The company is a private equity firm and private boutique investment bank, using either its resources to monetize an instrument or facilitate by introducing a more suitable provider depending on the needs of its associates. FWC also issues a forewarning to its clients, telling them they are not responsible for any associate damages or liabilities that could potentially develop from third-party relationships referred by the company.
“Foundation Wealth Trust Group does not ever have access to any of its client’s funds,” they clarified. “We are not a banking institution, Securities Trader, or Broker house.”
Since its inception, the company has developed a reputation for accurately measuring and optimizing the risk-adjusted performance of its exit strategy and objectives. FWC are driven by dominating factors like risk, return, and liquidity in investments and projects as the company believes that risk is a number.
“Risk becomes the only variable that materially distinguishes investing from gambling, essentially with investing into projects, real estate developments, emerging markets, and infrastructure projects, the probability of gain should exceed the probability of loss,” elaborated the FWC team. “Risk is a number that can be accurately measured for any asset or portfolio in any asset class.”
To accomplish the risk-adjusted performance, the company is grounded on the goal of financially engineering institutional grade funds by onboarding reputable third party administrators and auditors. FWC deploys third-party administrators to issue quarterly financial statements and reports, annually publishing audits through internationally recognized accounting firms.
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Foundation Wealth Capital is driven by its cause to raise as much capital as the firm can deploy through innovative distribution infrastructure and compliant navigation of the regulatory environments and jurisdictions. The company defines “raising capital” as the process of selling financial instruments within the capital markets and elaborated through its experience that raising capital at scale will require people to think and operate like a financial institution but outperforming and beating their competitors on merit.
Learn more about Anthony Jerdine and Foundation Wealth Trust Group by visiting his website.