In a recent op-ed piece of the Wall Street Journal entitled, “Banks Need Some Skin In The Game,”, the author lays out a 3 point plan which would make it much less likely for banks to fail. The essence of the plan, as the title of the article suggests, is basically to make sure banks have a vested interest in the performance of their loans. If banks had to retain a portion of the loans they issued rather than securitizing and selling them, the amount of bad loans they issued would most likely drop.
Makes sense right?
We have previously written about how fund managers who have “skin in the game” outperform the market. As the saying goes, “No one will take better care of your money then you.” When you invest with someone who’s personal wealth depends on the performance of their offering and not simply the fees they collect, you can bet they will not be taking on unnecessary risk.
Ropay Asset Investors was founded with capital from its two key principles and continues to invest all net profits back into the company’s business model. I think that says a lot about how confident we are in our system. We plan to make a fortune in the coming years for ourselves and our investors.
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