Jason Halpern is an experienced expert in real estate construction. He has been in the sector for most of his life, and his family owns a leading construction company. Halpern is the proprietor of the JMH Development, which has been active since the 1990s. He kicked off his profession by working at the Halpern Enterprises when was still young. Jason is a managing partner at JMH Development and has led the firm to develop properties that are worth more than $500 million. The main areas that he has developed buildings are Miami, Manhattan, New York, and Westchester County. His company has majored in the construction of residential and commercial buildings and has been collaborating with other top businesses in the sector to ensure that projects are successful.
JMH Development has hired highly skilled professionals who understand how to plan, design, and establish various real estate properties. They have always been devoted to utilizing their exceptional development skills, excellent site knowledge, and outstanding marketplace information to construct top-notch buildings.
The firm has built various significant buildings in New York. It transformed an 184 Kent Street-based warehouse into an excellent apartment that has about 340 residential units. The company also developed nine classy townhouses transforming the Townhouses of Cobble Hill, which were located in Brooklyn. Another major project that the firm has been involved in is the creation of top notch condos by rebuilding the Williamsburg-based Wild Turkey bourbon store. Halpern completed the project by joining efforts with Kushner Companies and Rockpoint Group, which are top construction firms. The project has 338 rental units, and the company finished it in 2010. JMH Development acquired the Brooklyn Heights Cinema and changed it into lavish condos. The company teamed up with Madison Estates to complete the deal. It also plans to construct a hotel that will be located on Long Island.
Halpern’s company has also completed various projects in Miami. It developed the Aloft South Beach, which is made up of over 200 rooms. The firm has partnered with Madden Real Estate Ventures to establish various real estate properties in the city. Jason and JMH Development have also been participating in philanthropic undertakings.
Jim Dondero co-founded alternative investing firm Highland Capital Management in 1993 and continues to serve as the President of the company. Under his leadership, the company has over $15 billion in alternative assets under management. He’s made a number of daring calls during his time with Highland Capital Management, including investing in American Airlines when everyone else was running away from its stock and buying Argentina’s currency when the country was seemingly mired in unsolvable problems.
While one would think that someone willing to take these types of bold moves would be outspoken and brash, Jim Dondero is actually introverted and prone to more thinking than talking. This has served him well in his career as his thinking has led to great gains for Highland Capital Management and its clients.The initial alternative investment class that Jim Dondero focused on when founding Highland Capital Management was on nonbank collateralized loan obligations. He was a pioneer in this asset class and success in this led to the company to soon start investing in other alternative investments. They launched their first mutual fund in 2000 and have continued to introduce new funds ever since.
Jim Dondero has been in the financial industry for over 30 years. After graduating from the University of Virginia with top honors he started his professional career at Morgan Guaranty. Before founding Highland Capital Management he also worked for American Express as a Portfolio Manager and Corporate Bond Analyst, and at Protective Life as its Chief Investment Officer.Jim Dondero strongly believes in giving back to the community.
He supports a number of nonprofits including those that are involved in education, public policy, and veteran’s affairs. Since 2005, Highland Capital Mangement has donated more than $10 million to various charities around the world. Among the many nonprofits he has supported are the Wolf Museum of Exploration + Innovation, the Dallas Zoo, the Center for Brain Health, and the George W. Bush Presidential Library. He also donated his expertise and time, including being named as a member of the Executive Board for the Cox School of Business which is located at Southern Methodist University.
Paul Mampilly first announced his presence in the New York investment sector about two decades ago. Since then, the highly sought after hedge fund manager has been pulling amazing investment deals for international companies, such as the Kinetic International and the Deutsche Bank. During an investment challenge organized by the Templeton Foundation in 2009, Paul pulled a surprise by gaining $38 million in return on a $50 million investment. He won that challenge.
Fast forward to 2016; Paul was back with yet another masterclass piece of innovation. After signing up with Banyan Hill Publishing, he set out on a mission to guide Wall Street’s aspiring investors to landing lucrative investment deals. He started a research service, Profit Unlimited, through which he gives informed investment advice to his subscribers. The service has so far managed to attract more than six million subscribers in a record of one year, with the figure expected to fluctuate in the near future.
Profit Unlimited subscribers are entitled to a new stock update every month. Mampilly sends them a research-advised newsletter that analyses potentially viable investment opportunities in details. As an additional benefit of this newsletter, the subscribers also access a weekly update on how their investment fairs in the market.
Just like the overwhelming subscription rate, the nature of reviews by Profit Unlimited subscribers are equally overwhelming. One subscriber wrote to thank Mampilly for helping him make his first ever sensible gain in the stock market for over three decades.
Outside of the investment world, Paul Mampilly has for many years been involved in voluntary community work. Some of the notable organizations he has ever worked with include the International Center in New York and Big Brothers Big Sisters.