Madison Street Capital announces its plans to add Lawrence Alioto to its management panel

Lawrence Alioto recently joined Madison Street Capital where he will serve the role of managing director of the firm’s capital markets. Thanks to his impressive achievements and accomplishments in the world of technology, Lawrence will now serve Madison by advising its clients in the technology sector on how to go about mergers and acquisitions and other corporate transactions.

 

The firm’s chief executive officer, Charles Botchway made the public aware of these changes in a public announcement. He also went ahead to add that thanks to the increasing influence of technology in business; it was essential for the firm to finally incorporate someone who is as familiar and has vast experience in this field like Lawrence Alioto, in its management structure. Charles also added that with its impending plans to move to Austin, this was the best time ever for Madison to bring Lawrence on board.

 

Considering Lawrence’s rich background and experience in the field of finance and tech, Madison couldn’t have made a better choice. Mr. Alioto kickstarted his career as a currency futures and options traders at Chicago’s Mercantile Exchange. He worked here for several years before moving to Paine Webber where he was appointed as the firm’s registered representative. Being a person who is thirsty for success, his lucrative role at Paine Webber did not hold him back, and soon he left San Francisco and moved to California where he worked with several tech-based firms in the world of private equities and finance. This was in the late 90’s. In 2005, Lawrence finally found what he was looking for and he together with several other individuals came together to establish the Veri Trainer Corporation where he was appointed as president after a few years.

 

This role has seen him rub shoulders with various fields from film productions, medical devices and even energy efficient technologies during financing. Besides Veri Trainer and now Madison, Lawrence is also an integral part of Kaizen Oil Corporation’s management. Commenting on his appointment, Lawrence said that the tech industry presents a unique set of challenges and he is more than glad to help Madison navigate and solve them.

 

About Madison Street Capital

 

Headquartered in Chicago, Madison Street Capital is an international finance giant with branches spread all over the world. Thanks to its commitment in delivering personalized financial advisory services, its incredible transparency, integrity and excellent leadership, for the past thirteen years now, Madison boasts unparalleled growth and is a market leader in its field of operation.

Madison Street Capital primarily operates in the field of valuation services and financial opinions, mergers and acquisition expertise, venture capital service and corporate tax planning. It serves both private and public equity firms in all sectors from biotech, real estate development, consumer markets, manufacturing, investment banking, mining and now technology.

 

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Neurocore Uses EEG, Brain Mapping and Neurofeedback Technologies to Improve Patients’ Mental Acuity

The brain is one of the most amazing organs in the human body and has the most resilient structures being the foundation of people’s perceptions, emotions, thoughts and behaviors. Neurocore Brain Performance Centers is an organization that has been providing training programs to both adults and children on brain-based assessments that are data and fact driven. Their main focus is on improving people’s mental acuity. Specialists in this organization know a lot concerning the functioning of the brain, and they use this knowledge to treat most brain and sleep disorders. The brain carries numerous microscopic neurons that assist in the regulation of electrical activities and help people to feel, think and process information. There are a lot of mysteries of the brain that need to be unlocked to fully understand the amazing organ.

There are three concepts that scientists have relied on to gain a detailed understanding of the functioning of the brain, and these are EEG technology, neurofeedback and brain mapping. Neurocore applies these concepts and knowledge to learn more about the brain and also treat mental disorders such as anxiety, ADHD, depression and ASD. An electroencephalogram (EEG) is a very crucial test and is capable of detecting electrical impulses in the brain using electrodes. The electrodes are usually placed on the scalp, and the EEG recordings are used to carry out brain diagnosis. EEG has been used for long to detect epilepsy, but today it is used to detect and treat brain disorders, sleep disorders, maladies such as stroke, brain tumours, encephalitis and brain damages from head injuries.

Brain mapping also known as Quantitative Electroencephalography (qEEG), is a technique that is used to record brain activities just like EEG but this time using a computer. The process involves comparing algorithms and statistics from other or earlier records so as to create a map of the brain functioning. With this map, a specialist can access the patient’s progress and know how to help them reach the intended mental balance. Neurofeedback is a process that uses the electrical measurement of the brain waves to help the brain self-regulate and function effectively after continuous practice, repetitions and constructive reinforcements. By using a combination of the three practices, Neurocore has helped many of their patients to enhance their minds and bodies simultaneously, and at the same time strengthen the connection between body and mind.

Current Chairman Of Orthopedics At Bronxcare Health System

A recent interview with Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum highlights the evolution of Orthopedics healthcare. As a co-founder of Medscape and a team member of Web MD Dr. Kirschenbaum holds numerous titles within the medical field. He is the current Chairman of Orthopedics at Bronxcare Health System. Along with his current chairman responsibilities Dr. Kirschenbaum holds the title of Chief Medical Officer for DTH Healthcom and the Advisory Chief Program Officer for the Swiftpath Program. Being a member of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons since 1995, and on the board of Directors for EHR Project Team since 2010 are just two examples of Dr. Kirschenbaum’s meaningful career. Graduating from Brown University in 1979 with his undergraduate degree, Kirschenbaum later went on to complete his residency at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Dr. Kirschenbaum specializes in damaged bones and joints along with the replacement of hip, shoulder, and knees. He has published and lectured on joint replacement along with holding several trademarks for surgical instrument inventions and medical information systems. Meeting with fellow surgeons and doctors frequently allows Dr. Kirschenbaum’s concept of value-based healthcare to be obtained. In order for Dr. Kirschenbaum’s daily routine to operate smoothly, he uses a special software called Calendly.com. This software allows people to make appointments directly with him, which saves time. In order to bring ideas to life, Dr. Kirschenbaum evaluates his ideas, then starts a distribution plan. A piece of advice from Dr. Kirschenbaum was to surround yourself with people who believe in your idea and why it will make a difference. The famous quote “Rome wasn’t built in a day”, applies every day in his lengthy career. While most people believe healthcare is in crisis, Dr. Kirschenbaum continues to find inspiration to improve and innovate Orthopedics.

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Ted Bauman : From South Africa to Banyan Hill

Banyan Hill Publishing’s, Ted Bauman, is the editor of The Bauman Letter, Alpha Stock Alert, and Plan B Club, having joined the team in 2013 as a part-time contributor. He is a native of the Washington DC Metropolitan Area, but spent the majority of his career in South Africa, after emigrating to the nation during his early adulthood. Mr. Bauman attended Cape Town University, earning degrees in History, as well as Economics. During his career in South Africa, he worked primarily as an executive in the non-profit sector, but also acted as a consultant for a number of major international institutions, including the United Nations, and the World Bank. Throughout his career, Ted Bauman has made it his mission to help others achieve sovereignty, and one of the largest, most impactful initiatives that he was involved in, was, Slum Dwellers International. Since its inception, Slum Dwellers International has helped millions of people around the world to gain affordable housing. In 2008, Ted Bauman returned to the United States, taking a position with Habitat for Humanity. It was at the suggestion of his father, ex-United States Congressman, Robert Bauman, that he decided to become a financial writer. Although there was a level of uncertainty present in the beginning, with the help of his father, as well as the vast experience garnered during his 25-year career, his business quickly got off of the ground, and he began making money. Today, he lives in Atlanta, GA with his family.

When discussing the most prominent reason for his continued success, Ted Bauman often references time management. Although he is, admittedly, not the best when it comes to time management, he does know that he is most productive in the morning, and thus, often relegates his most difficult assignments to that period of the day. He generally begins by reviewing the news, searching for topics that are relevant to his readership, as well as events that may shake up markets, or provide lucrative investment opportunities. In order to translate his ideas from his mind to the page in a way that will transcend the mundanity of topics such as finance and asset management, he often incorporates real-world examples that allow the material to jump off of the page, finding an immediate connection. This process continues throughout the day until about 5 pm, when he calls it quits, in order to rest and rededicate himself for the upcoming day.

 

Tim Duncan of Talos Energy

Tim Duncan knows better than to waste time and resources on onshore oil fields; He would much rather take a chance on drilling more wells in the Gulf of Mexico and take a chance in the deep waters. In late 2017, Hurricane Harvey ripped through the city of Houston, Texas during the middle of a $2.5 billion merger negotiation that had already taken Tim months to advance as far as it was.

As the flood waters rose, Tim knew that he had to take his family to safety; Tim carted his wife, son, and pets to a FEMA rescue boat in the waist-high waters of his Kingwood neighborhood. Once they had found safety out of the flood, Tim Duncan and his family found refuge with his parents in their Houston home, which was luckily left high and dry. From his mother’s dining room table, Tim would continue bargaining for the public, yet failing, Stone Energy, until the deal wrapped up in his favor.

Now that the two companies could merge, Talos Energy would a public entity, without costing the public a dime. In May, stockholders would see a new ticker in the market, TALO, which would combine both of the companies. Though it may seem that taking on such a significant risk would be daunting, Tim was never known to shy away from a challenge. Stone energy came with a whopping $700 million debt but boasts a significant $2.3 billion in assets; Therefore, the possibilities for success are there, and with that, shareholders can find some comfort in Mr. Duncan’s work. Since the new company started drilling in the Gulf of Mexico, it has produced nearly 48,000 barrels of natural gas a day and anticipates that those numbers to climb rapidly in the future.

Now that this new challenge is on the climb to success, Tim can get back to a healthy life. After Harvey, the storm left Tim’s home in ruins, and so the house was knocked down to its studs, and even still, Mr. Duncan hold’s his head high and works diligently to produce and exploit natural gas and oil in the Gulf of Mexico.

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