An Impact Only The Soros Name Can Make

No one knew that a peasant boy, who was led into exile from his own country, would become one of the world’s most profound billionaires we know of today. The same man supported Ferguson protests according to the Washington Times. His contributions toward fair treatment and equality are evident and ongoing.

But it just so happens that when George Soros became a refugee during the onset of Nazi occupation, he found a way to survive and then thrive later in life. It’s now his passion to enable everyone on the planet a way out. This is not just based on a desire but a living example that he is.

Today, Soros’ name is known for wealth, investing and a long track record within philanthropy. It’s no secret as to why. Yet to tell this story, we must return to where it all began. After escaping the German occupation of Hungary, where George was born, the young 13-year-old made his way into the United Kingdom.

Here, George also found the education that would elevate him into the world of finance. But before this happened, the young man needed suitable work for daily survival. He was in a foreign country with no hopes of ever returning to Hungary. So he first found labor within the train-yards of England and therefore Europe itself.

Something special was occurring during this struggle. Like many souls found in similar straits, George’s heart yearned for more. He wanted a better life and more security for his family. So, he soon took the steps to apply for university education. He then took the long road within education and found employment in finance. Learn more about his profile at businessinsider.com

We see this same passion for opportunity and an open society. It’s clear with George’s return to charity work as was seen during Hilary Clinton’s campaign.

Today, George Soros is known for beating the financial markets in ways that shake the world economy. These infamous trades have literally decided how surrounding markets will survive on a financial level. There’s only one direction a man with this much power and wit can do. He is now retired. But before that happened. …

The Soros family became rich. A mutual fund was started. It made investors rich.

Everyone involved with this man and his innovation then remained rich.

And today, we find a different picture.

We no longer see the active financial specialist hovering over data for money or trends. Instead, we now learn from and watch one the world’s most sought-after philanthropists. Soros is often recorded in major news. His work seeks to protect refugees of all kinds, to spread equality and to fund the social needs of society.

We’re only on track to see more as the future continues becoming today and as the billionaire returns to his charity work. Read this story at Politico about George Soros.

Brian Bonar Carries On With His One Of A Kind Journey

With his more than three decades of extensive business leadership in both private and public companies, serial entrepreneur Brian Bonar continues to impart his exceptional know-how to companies and individuals.

Brian Bonar is currently the chairman and chief executive officer of Dalrada Financial Corporation as well as the chief executive officer of Imaging Technologies Corporation. He took on the role of chief executive at Dalrada in 1998 and chairman in 1999.

At Dalrada, Bonar is in charge of services that take in worker benefits, human resource administration, payroll processing and financial management and more. He also oversees the company’s operations. At Imaging Technologies, Bonar works towards offering cost effective document imaging technologies based on customers needs.

In addition to the above positions, Bonar is chief executive officer of Smart-Tek Automated Services and president of All Professional Business Services.

As the founder of several enterprises, Bonar has been a director, engineer and procurement officer for many diverse companies.

Acknowledging his skill, Bonar has been named Cambridge Who’s Who Executive of the Year in Finance.

The Cambridge Who’s Who program offers highly sought after yearly awards to the world’s top executives in a number of categories such as law and finance. In each category, the awards are given to two men and two women.

Bonar was selected not only for being an exemplary example to others but also for inspiring the finance industry to reawaken and advance to future challenges. He was also acknowledged as one of the country’s visionary leaders.

He began his career with IBM and later worked for QMS. He went on to work for a few other companies before launching Bezier Systems, where the company developed the first SCSI based printer.

His area of expertise includes building and establishing growth through mergers and acquisitions as well as business planning, marketing and consulting and new development. Bonar acquired his leadership skills through his education and years of industry experience.

Bonar graduated from James Watt Technical College with a bachelor degree and received a masters degree from Stafford University. His hobbies include playing golf and boat riding.