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Have you ever wondered how the best companies raise capital? Ever wish you had that edge that private equity and venture capital investors have been CRAVING. Whether you're an Entrepreneur building your Startup, Private Equity Fund, or Venture Capital Fund, you will have the potential to blow the minds of your investors by providing tax-preferred returns using opportunity zone tax law to its fullest legal extent. You don't want to miss this show. In this week's episode of Making Billions, David Sillaman is about to knock your socks off!
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[THE GUEST]: Maxwell Nee is the Managing General Partner of OENO Wine & Whisky Investment Fund. Its an Estimated $100M fund that focuses on building double digit returns in the Wine & Whiskey Investment Space.
[THE HOST]: Ryan is a Venture Capital & Angel investor in technology and energy. He achieved placement growth of 5200% ROI in his first 5 years in the industry. His Podcast, “Making Billions”, was recently ranked in the top 20 Venture Capital Podcasts on the Planet! Previously he served as a Chief Financial Officer for a National, award-winning InsurTech company, which he grew 50% year-over-year. Managed and mentored 250 professionals while serving in this role. Additionally, he has mentored over 500 emerging fund managers to start and scale their investment funds, totaling nearly $1B in funds raised to date. In addition to mentoring emerging fund managers, Ryan has managed a $250M portfolio of technology investments & start-ups. He has a BSc. in Finance and a Master of Financial Management and he is currently the Founder & Managing Director at Pentium Capital Partners specializing in Financial Consulting and Venture Capital investments.
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