Michael Gove Speaks Out As Equity First Holdings Facilitates Edi Truell’s Share Swap

Michael Gove is trying to make money on the political front line. That is after leading his country into the deep hole of Brexit and an unsuccessful prime ministerial coup. Presently, the former journalist is focused on public speaking. Chartwell Speakers that acts as an agent for various experts, including Stephen Hawking and Mitt Romney, has signed Gove.

Noteworthy, the agency is publicizing Gove’s ability to provide fascinating views into the referendum along with what post-Brexit life might look like. The large fees associated with corporate speaking engagements would complement any journalistic salary. He is tipped to be the Sunday Times’ next editor.

Renowned lenders such as Equities First Holdings are making their presence known, especially in areas where banks perceive to be high-risk areas. The company has been lending money to different business and notable investors such as Edi Truell of Tungsten and Rob Terry of Quindell. In turn, the firm collateralizes their shares. Recently, Truell effected the transfer of Tungsten shares (6m) to EFH for approximately £4 million in cash. This information was originally reported on FT.com as provided in the following link https://www.ft.com/content/e982257c-9c31-11e6-a6e4-8b8e77dd083a

About Equities First Holding

Equities First Holdings (EFH) is a leading global provider of lending solutions for high net-worth individuals and businesses seeking non-purpose capital. The alternative shareholding financing service company’s headquarters are based in Indianapolis, Indiana. It was formed in 2002. EFH operates as a private and full-service non-purpose lender. It specializes on transactions where investors that require quick funding have collateral. Through the firm’s simple procedure, EFH clients are able to access liquidity at lower market rates. Its loans are offered based on the firm’s evaluation of the future performance and risks associated with the securities.

Recently, the company acquired Meridian Equity Partners Limited, which is located in London. After the acquisition, the Meridian changed to Equities First (London) Limited. The objective of this acquisition was to enhance Equities First brand. In addition, it sought to enable the agency to provide liquidity at attractive terms to its clients in Europe, Australia, and Asia. EFH has completed over 700 transactions. The value of these transactions is estimated to be over $1.4 billion. Globally, EFH has offices in nine nations. It has fully owned subsidiaries in London, Australia, Singapore, and Hong Kong.

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