Alex Ojjeh

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Alex Ojjeh has been a corporate private investor in commercial real estate, wealth management companies, logistics, and other areas.

Alex Ojjeh is an American investor, entrepreneur and founder of Anywhereo. Until recently, he worked in hedge fund investments.

Early life. Alex Ojjeh was born January 31, 1987, in Memphis, TN. He was the first child and a younger sister. Ojjeh’s first position was in risk management in 2007 since then he has been a corporate private investor of commercial property, asset management businesses, logistics, and many more.

Alex Ojjeh’s foreign exchange investments impacted on expanded after he was released from prison in 2014. AOAM (owned by a few) was organized under a $700,000 investment from him and controlled many different corporation’s assets.

In other words, Alex Ojjeh’s investment style is getting wealthy foreigners to move their money and put it with another country. Alex Ojjeh achieved this by develoing personal relationships with people to guarantee that put the highest amount possible with his company. Personal connections with affluent foreigners opened doors for the investor. The people he impacted were very powerful, moreover significant organizations so a type of suspicion was raised that he dealt with wealthy Russians; Ojjeh described them as “Just 6 men on the same journey to wealth as everyone else.”

The biggest deals and information for Ojjeh came from the foreign wealthy businessmen he’d be sitting next to at their wedding reception. Or the UAE government officials he’d be eating pizza on a boat with. So active investigations came into play as Ojjeh’s investment style was often viewed as controversial.

Alex Ojjeh would identify target companies that were most likely going to be developed. He would then buy into the company the transaction was made public, and the stock price would skyrocket to the acquisition price.

As long as all of the information has been made public, this sort of exchange is totally lawful. But, in order to gain an advantage, Ojjeh deceived and traded on unique, bribes.

It is reported that Alex Ojjeh earned $80 million in 2017, when AOC Partner’s acquired two companies.