September 21, 2014 at 9:36am
Here are some things that are not illusions.
1) GOI fully seated
2) Budget and HCL Completed (need rate)
3) UN accepted
4) WTO (need rate)
5) Paris Club order War bills must be Paid
6) G20 united
7) Indian law suit paid.
We are in great place and I see no way that Abadhi can continue without a rate in coming days.
Their next level of success is monetary reform.
SUNDAY INTEL UPDATE!!!!
Posted by EXOGEN on September 21, 2014 at 9:00am
September 21, 2014 at 9:47am
Forstmann Little & CompanyFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Type Private ownership
Industry Private equity
Founders Ted and Nick Forstmann andBrian Little
New York, New York, United States
Leveraged buyout, Growth capital
Forstmann, Little & Company was a private equity firm, specializing in leveraged buyouts (LBOs). At its peak in the late 1990s, Forstmann Little was among the largest private equity firms globally. Ultimately, the firm would suffer from the bursting of the internet and telecom bubbles, having invested heavily in technology and telecommunications companies.
Ted Forstmann was a golfing partner of Derald Ruttenberg at the Deepdale Country Club on Long Island. He arranged for Ruttenberg to meet Henry Kravis and Jerry Kohlberg of the start-up Kohlberg Kravis Roberts. Kravis and Kohlberg proposed what they called aleveraged buyout. After the two had left, Ruttenberg suggested that Forstmann could do the same himself. Ruttenberg arranged funding for Forstmann, who launched Forstmann Little & Company in 1978. The company was founded by brothers Ted and Nick Forstmann, and Brian Little. With the deaths of Brian Little and Nicholas Forstmann in 2000 and 2001, respectively, Ted Forstmann was the chief partner. A third brother, J. Anthony Forstmann, is a limited partner in the firm.
Since its inception in 1978, the firm made more than 30 acquisitions and significant investments returning over $14 billion in profit for its investors.
Successful acquisitions include Gulfstream Aerospace, Topps Playing Cards, Dr Pepper, Stanadyne Inc., and General Instrument. The company has usually been successful in making a profit on such purchases, selling Gulfstream to General Dynamics, and General Instrument to Motorola. In the case of Gulfstream, Ted Forstmann took direct control of the financially ailing company's day-to-day operations to improve the company's attractiveness to a potential acquirer.
The company has also had some flops, such as McLeodUSA and XO Communications. In 2002 the State of Connecticut sued Forstmann, Little & Company to recover $125 million in losses associated with investments in these two telecom companies citing negligence and breach of contract. While Forstmann settled the case for $15 million, the suit was considered a landmark launching a series of similar actions between private equity fund managers and public entity investors.
One prominent episode in the life of the company was the 1988 bidding war for RJR Nabisco. Forstmann Little offered to acquire RJR Nabisco, but the management (chiefly F. Ross Johnson) instead chose Shearson Lehman Hutton. In the end, the board of directors chose Forstmann Little's arch-rival, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.. The episode was popularized in the book Barbarians at the Gate: The Fall of RJR Nabisco.
Other headline transactions the firm participated in include Revlon (1985), which resulted in the so-called Revlon Duty, and Citadel Broadcasting, of which Forstmann Little owns 27%, following a merger with ABC Radio in 2006. In 2004, Forstmann Little acquired IMG in a $750 million deal, and in 2005 bought 24 Hour Fitness for $1.6 billion
Klempke > EXOGEN:
They organized the wealth management meeting in Aspen.
MEMOS SEND TO THE BANKS?
bookman oldstyle > EXOGEN:
From now on we can refer to Aspen, Colorado as One, One. If there is a G20 meeting going on at the time, of course. ;)
all vectors intersecting at this wealth management meeting.
When "random" events line up so perfectly, one might even suspect it is by design. ;)
RE: PilotJim Aspen Intel:
Yes, I found it last night. And then I woke up 20 minutes ago to see the ''Sunday Intel'' and found it in pictorial form I just had to post it because it added even more proof to what I read in letter form was an amazing thing to see. I was like wowwwwwwwwwww! This is really happening.
EXOGEN > Ariel Toliver:
YES IT IS REALLY HAPPENING!!!
That's a good combination as it adds to the weight of relevancy when you have the details from a source totally independent of what you are already familiar with, along with one who has the pictorials to correlate it. So I think we can pretty much say we are all about to be very wealthy.
September 21, 2014 at 10:16am
At the Finish Line W/the UST
Memos are being Sent to Private Bankers & Wealth Managers
Meetings to discuss different Angles & Strategies discussed at the G20 Summit
Why would One Wealth Management Co. be getting the red carpet treatment from Washington?
Susan > Eloisa:
Because of the stature of their clientele....
The writing is on the wall.
At the finish line with the UST
Memos being delivered to the banks right now.
Forstmann holding a private wealth management meeting in Aspen this weekend
All these meetings and messaging are paralleling and intersecting each other these past 4 days (UN., UN Sec Council, Paris Club, G20, Forstmann)
You need to read between the lines.