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Cargometrics is also somewhat shrouded in mystery, as the fund keeps its cards close to its chest. The ultimate goal is to create "full transparency over the supply chain," and use this to achieve higher returns than the competitors – or "to generate alpha."
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The painting was secretly snapped inside the pedophile's lavish $56 million home in October 2012, four years after Epstein completed his sweetheart deal for prostitution of a minor and seven years before he was accused of running a sex trafficking ring of underage girls.
The source, who asked to remain anonymous, was visiting Epstein to present a business proposal - an encounter with the pervert which included spotting a girl who seemed to be 14 waiting to see the financier.
She told DailyMailTV: 'It was absolutely Bill Clinton. It was shocking - it was definitely a painting of him. It was a very provocative, sexual picture. He was wearing heels, a blue dress and his hand was in a weird position.'
As well as Mr Schmidt, the company is backed by Israeli shipping billionaire Idan Ofer; former Lotus chief executive Jim Manzi; Texan automotive billionaire Billy Joe “Red” McCombs; and Genel Energy founder Mehmet Sepil. The advisers include former senator Bill Bradley; Ed Morse, head of commodities research at Citi; and Gerald Rosenfeld, vice-chairman of investment banking at Lazard.
Working for the CFR in New York reconnected Borgerson with his Missouri roots. Bill Bradley’s aunt called the former senator to say: “The son of a family who went to our church in Crystal City is in New York. Would you welcome him?” Bradley did — and would later play a part in Borgerson’s career development.
Borgerson has been in stealth mode since CargoMetrics’ early days, when he moved the firm from an innovation lab near MIT because the shared space was too open. He is much more forthcoming when boasting of the firm’s “world-class talent.” The team includes astrophysicists, mathematicians, former hedge fund quants, electrical engineers, a trade lawyer and software developers. Hoogerwerf, who has a Ph.D. in astrophysics from the Netherlands’ Leiden University, built distributed technical environments for scientists and engineers at Microsoft Corp. Solomon Todesse, who works on quant investment strategies, was head of asset allocation at State Street Global Advisors.
Born in Festus, Missouri, Dr. Borgerson lives in Connecticut with his wife, Rebecca, and their son, Noah Christian.
Democrats that profited from Epstein in the ’90s include Sens. Chuck Schumer of New York, Jeff Bingaman of New Mexico, Joe Lieberman and Chris Dodd of Connecticut, John Glenn of Ohio, Bill Bradley of New Jersey, Daniel Patrick Moynihan of New York, and Mark Pryor of Arkansas, The Washington Times reported.