Beverly Hills, CA.- Beverly Hills Group Inc. (OTCPK: BHGI) BHGI has signed an investment banking agreement with a leading prestigious New York based investment banking firm to assist in raising capital. The investment banking firm was founded in 1925, is one of the oldest in the United States, a member of the New York Stock Exchange, and a full service broker-dealer. The firm manages two Morningstar rated funds with over $2.8 billion dollars of retail accounts, nearly 100 registered representatives and 20 investment advisors in six different offices. Pursuant to the terms of the agreement signed on September 17, 2015 they will act as the exclusive financial advisor to Beverly Hills Group, Inc. as it relates to general corporate financing, financial advisory services and financing of up to $10,000,000.00.
BHGI Chief Operating Officer Juan Francisco De La Lama, states “ We retained the services of this particular established and renowned financial advisory firm because of their investment banking teams extensive experience in Latin America and Mexico. We believe that they can acquire the necessary funding to fully initiate our programs and move forward in an expeditious manner to aggressively implement our construction, retail and banking interest in not only Mexico but throughout all of Latin America.”
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