posted on Jun, 13 2013 @ 11:55 PM
So I am a frequent visitor of the website enterprisecorruption.com and all of the sudden the website is down...its been down for at least the past 4
days. Here is the page now
. It is a guy
named Reinhardt and he correctly predicted the stock market crash in 2008 to the T. Anyway he always has good stuff on his site and now suddenly its
gone. It wont even show up when I google it anymore. But I was able to find some forums where people were talking about him and found his new site
. He had been a part of one of the forum pages here
saying they are
about to do an Enron and these companies should be watched closely. Blackstone, Apollo, Carlyle And KKR. They are somehow tied in with the company
Nephila Capital who is an $8 billion firm that focuses on reinsurance opportunities tied to catastrophes like hurricanes and earthquakes.
In its latest move to bolster its asset management arm, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts has found an unusual partner: a hedge fund seeking to invest in
The investment firm said on Wednesday that it had taken a 24.9 percent stake in Nephila Capital, an $8 billion firm that focuses on reinsurance
opportunities tied to catastrophes like hurricanes and earthquakes. (The investment is being made by the firm itself, rather than through any of its
private equity funds.)
Long known as a private equity powerhouse, K.K.R. has steadily built up other businesses that diversify its operations, moves arising in part from the
firm’s transformation into a publicly traded company.The investment in Nephila is the latest expansion by K.K.R.’s asset management business,
which has grown in recent years through moves like a deal to buy Prisma Capital Partners, a fund of hedge funds.
But Nephila may be one of the division’s most unusual partners yet. The nearly 10-year-old firm, a spinoff from the Willis Group, makes money by
taking on the risk of natural disasters from insurers. The bet is that by spreading out its investments across an array of catastrophes — a
hurricane hitting the northeastern United States, an earthquake roiling Japan — will offer enough diversification to limit risk from any one
Nephila capitals website features a spider with a quote "Why are we named Nephila?
According to Bermuda folklore, the silk spider Nephila clavipes is known for its ability to predict bad weather. It is called the “hurricane
spider” since it spins its strong, golden web close to the ground when a hurricane is approaching and high up in the shrubs and trees when the
weather is nice. The Nephila spider is also sometimes called the “Golden silk orb-weaver”. I thought this was intereting, especially with all of
our more severe weather and weather modification.
I am hoping others can help connect links between all these companies and the Enron coming up soon.
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