Update: Obama sending Albright to G20 credit supervising, not the perfect choice Albright Capital Insider Business
Update Jan-01 2009 Albrightcapital. com Hedge Fund Website down (Blue image last footage, redesign or end for Dutch pension fund investor
Update Nov-27 new findings Albright Capital Insider business
Fannie & Freddie
Allbright Capital Management: Original text view pdf
ALBRIGHT CAPITAL MANAGEMENT LLC, OCT 1, 2008: International Swaps and Derivates Association, Inc. Send to: FannieFreddieProtocol@isda.org....part of covered transactions...contact allbrightcapital.com Washington DC, phone: 202 370-3500
More Hells Angels Insider Business: Albright insider involvement with Ads for ISDA : Int'l Swaps and Derivates Assoc. http://www.isda.org (compare pdf File above used isda.org/2008fm.. This is not all Albright yesterday seen to negotiate with Medvedev for Venezuela. Good luck America, americans voted for change, they got a nice decoration with the HedgeFund Bridge club continuing Insider Buisiness (Is it legal because Hedge Funds are not controlled like banks?) America wake up, the ROW is not as stupid. If no change, February 2009 US runs out of Cash definetively.
Eye dectection plan Obama's bad G20 choice
Albright Hedge fund to control US junk bonds?
This is not an OPINION, sorry it is a FACT www.albrightcapital.com
Obama absent, sending former secretary of state M. Albright (Albright Hedge fund: www.albrightcapital.com), the wrong choice of Obama's old Hege fund friends. Albright did not convince, exactly former high ranking government Albright chaneling 2007 $350 million from a Dutch pension fund in a her non-controlled Hedge fund. This is a scandal, It is exactly what should get investigated by the FBI, brought to justice and closed. Europeans will close this loopholes, supervision of US funds including rating companies. This is for sure not the promised change.
Mexico no protectionism
Although Obama is staying away from this summit, he has designated high-level representatives -- former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and former Republican Rep. Jim Leach of Iowa -- to meet with leaders on the sidelines.
Mexican President Felipe Calderon met Albright and Leach, and stressed that a return to protectionism would only complicate economic recovery efforts, according to the Mexican leader's office.
Europe surveillance of financial institutions
Europeans had hoped the summit would produce stronger measures to close loopholes that allow some financial institutions to evade regulation. They also called for government supervision for all major financial players, including credit ratings agencies or funds carrying high amounts of debt.
The original text on Albrights money web page:
"This is a strictly private placement" (=No regulation) from a Pension fund ?
Exactly this structures we see here from clever ex government "Zero-finance" experts should be closed at the G20 meeting today.
Albrigth's advertising with US government for Hedge fund ?
Albright Capital Management LLC ("ACM"), chaired by Madeleine K. Albright, the 64th Secretary of State of the United States, is an investment advisory firm dedicated to the emerging markets.
ACM manages a private investment fund that is available to institutional and other accredited investors only. ACM offers its investment fund to investors on a strictly private placement basis, and does not offer any of its investment funds to the general public. Consequently, nothing herein should be construed as an offer to sell, or a solicitation of an offer to buy, interests in any ACM investment fund.
ACM does not provide investment advisory services to any clients other than its private investment fund. ACM does not offer investment advisory services generally to the public. Furthermore, ACM does not seek, and will not accept, unsolicited requests to provide investment advisory services.
Albright to make pension funds happy in her Hedge fund
Madeleine Albright tires of missiles, launches hedge fund
Former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright has set up a hedge fund in Washington, Slate notes. The emerging-markets hedge fund, Albright Capital Management is backed with $329 million in seed money from PGGM, a Dutch pension fund.
Albright is more widely known as Clinton’s right-hand woman during the Balkan conflicts of the 1990s than as a savvy, Buffett-esque investor with a history of generating above-average market returns. But Albright is merely going where her peers have gone before - from ex-SEC head Richard C. Breeden to Dan Quayle, who describes his role at Cerberus as “travels throughout the US, Europe and Asia to meet with the heads of investment banks, corporations, buyout shops, potential investors, and other business leaders.”
But Slate writer Daniel Gross sets aside the question of whether the arrival of politicians is a neon sign to hedge-fund investors to cash out now, and asks instead: why do hedge funds want ex-Washington hacks?
Two reasons, Gross says: fund-raising (big names are good for sales pitches) and political door-keeping. “Given the political issues that frequently surround international investments, funds need gray-haired globe-trotters to smooth the way,” Gross says.
Make a low paid political carreer, cash in on Hedge Fund, betray pension Funds. No problem they are not regulated, Cayman island offshore, don't worry you don't go to prison, or perhaps soon ? FBI has 250 investigators on the subject sub-prime scam in connection with Hedge Funds and other non-regulated offshore trusts.
So is it fair to expect more career switches as big institutional investors such as pension funds increasingly turn to hedge funds?
Gross thinks so. “By 2009, it wouldn’t be surprising if investors were listening to sales pitches for CRAM (Condi Rice Asset Management), Dick Cheney’s Buckshot Capital (sole holding: Halliburton), and the Stuff Happens Global Fund, an arbitrage operation run by Donald Rumsfeld,” he opines.
Who could be who ? or Not after G20 surveillance meeting?
CRAM (Condi Rice Asset Management), Dick Cheney’s Buckshot Capital (sole holding: Halliburton), and the Stuff Happens Global Fund, an arbitrage operation run by Donald Rumsfeld,”