Matt Badilai Beefs Up Freedom Checks Rep With His Stellar Career

Odds are if you follow the news you have seen or heard a commercial for Freedom Checks. They seem to pepper the airspace around any newscast or political talk show. The commercials look like a common scam, sound like a common scam, and even feel like a common scam. But the individual starring in them is anything but common, because that individual is Matt Badiali.

Matt Badiali is an investment guru who writes for Banyan Hill Publishing. He is an expert in natural resource based investments. Matt Badiali has an extensive background in geology and a Bachelor of Science from Penn State University. His expertise is in Earth Sciences an he also carries a Master’s degree in Geology from the Florida Atlantic University. Badiali travels all over the globe inspecting mines, wells, and questioning CEO’s for natural resource companies. He uses his knowledge to rate which ones are doing their jobs correctly, meriting a good return on investment. He shares his revelations with his readers at Banyan Hill. This also means that Matt Badiali has extensive knowledge of the natural resource market.

What he calls a Freedom Check is actually a stakeholder payout for an MLP, which stands for Master Limited Partnership. This is an investment in a resource company that deals 90% in the allocation, collection, refinement, and transportation of oil and natural gas. By using MLP’s such companies take advantage of significant tax breaks, but only if 90% of their revenue is divvied out to their stakeholders. This leaves 10% to be taxed. A nifty way for such companies to swell their coffers, and a nifty way for stakeholders to get a profitable payout.

The shares can be purchased for as low as $10, with regular payouts occurring every month or quarter depending on the business. It is not a get rich scheme because the stakes are a legitimate investment, and as with all legitimate investments they can fail. However, the chance of profit is so great that Badiali is telling as many people as he can. So Freedom Checks may sound scammy but the person offering them is as legitimate as you can get.

How Stephen Murray And CCMP Capital Made International Growth Possible

If you’re interested in taking your public company private, or expanding a company into international markets, then you’re probably interested in the services of Stephen Murray CCMP Capital. A private equity firm that benefits from the talents of employees that have worked in business, industrial, and healthcare markets, CCMP is a nimble, flexible company that has transformed itself from the arm of a New York City bank into a global investment partner with offices on two continents. Its retail clients include the family outdoor outfitter Cabela’s and fashion boutique chain Francesca’s Collections. Other retailers include Crosstown Traders and Ollie’s Bargain Outlet. It has made investments and expansion possible for dining franchises like Quiznos Subs, international merging for fitness facilities like Pure Gym, and aided companies as diverse as Infogroup, Jamieson Laboratories, Aramark, and Pinnacle Food Group. In addition to helping these retailers merge and expand in the United States and Europe, CCMP on NYPOST has been busy in the medical field. North American medical and healthcare companies Healthcare CareMore Medical Enterprises, LHP Hospital Group, Medpace, MedQuest Associates, and Warner Chilcott have all benefitted from CCMP’s assistance.

And not only has CCMP shown itself to be an investment group that works well within categories. Its industrial partners include factory supplier National Waterworks and business windpark designer Noble Environmental Power. It has a strong presence overseas as well with SafetyKleen Europe, a machine cleaning and industrial waste removal company that services hundreds of garages and automotive centers in Europe.

CCMP Capital began life as an independent offshoot of the JP Morgan Partners firm. The company still manages investment portfolios for JP Morgan Partners, but its main mission is to encourage company growth for its clients, and to encourage those firms’ operational efficiency. These goals are achieved through investments, leveraged buyouts, and other techniques. In order to establish a significant presence in 50 offices across the United States and Europe, an investment company needs a remarkable founder and president, and in the case of CCMP, that individual was Stephen Murray.

Murray joined CCMP in 1989, about seven years before it broke away from JP Morgan Partners and became a private entity. He stayed with the firm as it transitioned into CCMP, serving on the board of directors of many of its clients. Late in his tenure as firm president, he was one of two executives who raised 3.6 billion in venture capital for a single client. Previous to his time at CCMP, Murray worked for Manufacturers of Hanover for almost twenty years, rising to vice-presidency there, and at a private buyout bank for JP Morgan Partners. Murray left CCMP because of health issues at the end of 2014, and passed away in March of 2015 at the age of 52.