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RBG started 12 years ago from a basic premise; people have two problems in getting what they want, they either don’t know what they want or they don’t have the resources to make what they want happen. From that second problem, and playing on the idea of a bank, came the concept of a banquet of resources. A Resource BanQ.
The holding group is kept deliberately lean where
there are currently less than 5 people required to operate a successful company.
The founder is John McAlpine who has studied an MBA, MFinance and Surveying. He has experience in founding start-up companies in Computers, Media/Advertising, Construction, Retail and Training. He has worked in the Property and development field in both the Government and Private sectors. He raised $12million from a top 4 Australian bank in the 12 months following the GFC, and has been involved in raising over $30million for start up ventures.
He is the developer of Neural Economics a decision methodology. John leads the consulting arm and is considered a turnaround specialist, advising CEO’s in both the public and private sector. The RBG concept was considered a necessity for entrepreneurs in need of a vehicle big enough to fit their vision. John doesn’t feel the need to believe in the limitations of others if they are going to get in the way of doing something worthwhile.
Shareholders are Co-owners and receive the benefit of a cohesive, comprehensive and coordinated financial team by investing in Resource Banq Group. RBG and Co-owners are working from the same sheet of music, they want to preserve capital and grow it for the long term.
As a general rule, most long term steady investments that are predictable are either non-existent, very small return and/or boring, however, as a RBG Co-owner you can get far more vision into what is happening with the portfolio, making it a far more interesting investment.
Investment in Resource BanQ Group is not for returns, it is for accumulation. You invest so your shares are worth more in the future, not because you need a cash flow return. If you are wanting to access some of the value in your RBG shares, you can get a line of credit against the value of the shares as needed, allowing you to invest in something else if you wish to get a cash flow.