Andrew Bloom Seattle holds a solid expertise in mixed use real estate. He is well versed with how to establish and maintain a positive flow of communication with other agents, buyers and sellers, and mortgage officers involved in the home buying and selling process. Andrew generates compelling returns and predictable current income by investing in mixed-use assets. He himself believes that mixed-use provides an attractive additional real estate opportunity.
Apart from mixed use real estate, he holds great experience in investment banking. He meets his clients, prepares offers and runs financial projections, thus helping generate new clients. He also believes that investment banking is one of the private activities of the investment bank where the bank does consultancy for its clients. His areas of specialization include M&A, Coverage Teams, and Equity Research. He is highly proficient in Buy-side-Private Equity, VC and Growth Equity, Hedge Funds, Fund of Funds, Endowments, Family Offices.
Regarding his professional experience as portfolio manager, Andrew Bloom Seattle designs the tailor made investment solutions for individuals who guarantee maximum returns and benefits within a stipulated time frame. He also suggests the individuals where to invest and where not to invest.
Always aimed at raising the startup capital for business, Andrew Bloom Seattle works to pay for the office space, permits, licenses, inventory, product development, manufacturing, marketing or any other expenses that result from starting a new business.
Currently, Andrew serves as the partner at Cascade Business Advisors. He has partnered with leading organizations to help them fulfill their most challenging talent needs.
About Andrew Bloom Seattle
Andrew Bloom Seattle has been working for a trading software program that ensures to offer benefits to its clients. It offers 5 trade opportunities for the week, thus enabling 5 trades per week. When it comes to paying the performance fees to the clients, it will be paid to the client on every Friday that will be 50% of the net profits.