Once Again At Madison Street

As expected, the year 2017 is a great year for the investment banking firm we all know. Madison Street Capital reputation is one that everyone, employee, leader or specialist in the work of finance is aware of. It doesn’t take much to find out exactly who this firm is. During the Awards Gala during March or 2017, Madison Street Capital soared.

 

The agency was awarded Restructuring Deal of the Year. The one thing we’re always assured of is that Madison will go home with one award if not three or four. But it’s not the agency’s sole focus. Taking home trophies has little to do with the agency’s motivation. As the world’s leading investment banking agency, we only suspect a greater future within coming months.

 

The firm created its powerful reputation from offering international services and without bias or prejudice. In fact, it’s the firm’s ability to operate with an undying ambition that enables it to overcome what most agencies don’t have the internal will to accomplish. And this isn’t to suggest that other firms are incompetent.

 

We’re only highlighting the merits of MSC.

 

From black-tie galas to formal yearly ceremonies, Madison Street Capital is to be name remember long after it day. So let’s take a quick look into the firm and identify what services and skills the agency has. It’s just so happens to be a unique blend of financial and investment that MSC has when no other agency does.

 

We therefore start our discussion with the intricacies of the firm and what its team accomplishes. First consider that Madison Street Capital takes in clients of all background, financial status and education levels. This includes a financial advisory service which enables private and public clients to obtain highly strategic and applicable concepts.

 

These concepts come from tedious hours that the agency spends in research, collaboration and blueprinting. What often results are usable strategies that other agencies can’t reproduce or even come close to mimicking. The additional services that the agency has are based on this same strategic model.

 

That model takes into account Madison Street Capital’s team who all work together to provide the most strategic services and those backed by the best in the industry.

 

Visit http://madisonstreetcapital.org/about-madison-street-capital.html for more information.

 

Jeremy Goldstein and Associates

People who live in the New York State area have a new way to find a lawyer for their legal needs that is easier than ever before. Such a service has existed for quite some time, only up until now you could only do it through a telephone service. The service has been around for 35 years and there is nothing wrong with using it, it’s great. But there is another wat of convenience if you prefer not having to make a phone call. The New York State Bar Association is credited with launching the portal which grants individuals a personalized way of attaining a lawyer. They have teamed up with Legal.io in bringing about this exciting new feature to their existing service.

 

The process is incredibly easy to use. All you must do is quickly fill out an online form via the online portal and a rep from the New York State Bar Association will match you with the right lawyer for the job. They will provide you with a referral to a lawyer near you that can give you legal advisement in whatever area you are seeking. Sounds simple enough doesn’t it? Oh and all lawyers available to help you are reviewed by the bar association to make sure that they’re in good standing so you can trust that you’re working with the best of the best.

 

Jeremy Goldstein is a very influential law man. Jeremy Goldstein is the founder of the firm Jeremy Goldstein and Associates. Him and his associates have aided some of the worlds biggest businesses in important business proceedings.

 

Jeremy Goldstein went through much schooling before starting his own firm. He has earned several degrees from three different major universities. It is no wonder accolades have come his way after such school and training.

 

To learn more visit http://officialjeremygoldstein.com/.

 

End Citizens United

End Citizens United, a democratic political committee focused on getting big business out of Washington, is raising a lot of money for the upcoming elections in 2018. So far, they have raised $4 million, but expect to raise $35 million by the 2018 Congress elections. Donations to the organization are rising since the 2016 election, where they were able to raise $25 million.

 

Roughly 100,000 people have donated to the Democratic group, 40,000 of them for the first time. The PAC’s president and executive director, Tiffany Muller, has said the groups’ initiative is to elect “campaign-finance reform champions” to work inside Congress. Mueller has reported that on average people are donating $12 per person. She says people are feeling as though the system isn’t working for them because big money is controlling the way laws are being established in the country, and the only way to fight back is to have an organized push against the people who are doing harm to the country and its people.

 

The name, End Citizens United, comes from a Supreme Court ruling which allows unlimited donations and spending by super PAC’s. The traditional way to operate a political group is to limit the amount any one individual can donate to $5000, and this is how ECU operates. Regardless of the limitation the group was able to raise enough money to align itself with many of the top Democratic-aligned groups of the 2016 elections. They believe in grassroots activism, because it comes straight from the American people and not from big business invested in creating more money for themselves.

 

The most recent post, on May 19, 2017, to the End Citizens United website, “ECU Statement on Groundbreaking TIME Report on Russian Interference in 2016 Election” reveals investments Russia made to ad’s on social media outlets to influence the public’s opinion. Muller has expressed her feelings, saying the current campaign finance laws are contributing to the vulnerability of our democracy in the United States. She states that when big money or the Russians are allowed to spend freely on political ads, it influences the public in ways that is detrimental to the integrity of the election process. Muller suggests having disclosure laws that prevent big money and especially foreign countries from unfairly influencing the elections of the US. Muller defines “untraceable spending in our elections” as a possible threat to the integrity of the U.S. democracy.