Astor Capital Fund to Expand Impact Investments Partnerships

By: Astor Capital Fund Ltd
Elizabeth Littlefield speaks on impact investing.
Elizabeth Littlefield speaks on impact investing.
SAN FRANCISCO & KOWLOON, Hong Kong & CENTRAL, Singapore - Feb. 26, 2020 - PRLog -- Another bold move is the latest announcement, as the CEO launches Astor Capital Fund into a new decade. Astor Capital Fund announced today that they intend to launch an impact investments partnerships initiative as an additional part of the firm's investment sectors, and notably, an additional segment to the Alternative Energy division.

The Impact Investment Partnerships launch seeks to partner with sustainable communities and green technologies partners, while contributing to positive impact investments and still achieving continued financial success.

Thomas Mellon, CEO at Astor Capital Fund, has confirmed that he is in talks to partner, both regionally and globally, with several key partners, to lead an initiative that will extend the alternative energy platform. The culmination, targeted for 2020-2021, will be an increase in strategic impact investments, that while positive in terms of sustainable investing and investments in mission-based businesses, will also expand opportunities for clients and investors.

Oliver Hawthorne, Director of Marketing, stated by partnering with an expanded network of impact managers, will expand the vast opportunities available to our clients as well as increase exclusive access to expanded opportunities in health, energy, and real estate sector investing for team of investment managers.

CEO Mellon has never been shy about the fact that Astor prefers the leadership role and reputation that they currently maintain. Astor has led the way in alternative investing, tech and AI investing, clearly setting the pace, far ahead of its competitors on the Bell Curve.

And, it may be that steep that moves the bank in to the next decade with even more stellar growth the previous five years – a lofty goal.

In an article in The World Economic Forum, President and CEO of Overseas Private Investment Corporation, (OPIC), Elizabeth Littlefield, states the need for investors to lead the way on impact investing:

"There seems to be powerful but latent demand among retail investors for impact investments. But many investors are waiting for their clients to ask for it. My guess is if you build it, they will come."

Hawthorne reiterated the 'build it and they will come' sentiment when asked about the latest bold strategic announcements taking effect for the prestigious global institution over the next decade. In the latest of announcements Hawthorne added: "We are excited to lead the way in impact investments and impact investment partnerships. Astor has always been a leader in the financial sector, and we continue to break boundaries and grow, while increasingly expanding opportunities for our elite private banking clients."


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