When it comes to finding high-end financial advisors for the purpose of investment in commercial real estate, particularly in countries like London, Slovakia, Prague, etc., MiddleCap partners and related Mayfair Assets Limited are two of the best companies which you may consider. They are two of the most well-known names in the investment sector organizing international operations and will provide you with the greatest and the best advice for the same.
About the founder
As mentioned above, Mr Miroslav Vyboh, the founder of both of the companies, is an international businessman. Before starting his own company in 2007, he worked with several recognized organizations that helped them level up in his career as a financial advisor.
Here is a list of positions that he worked at in the initial days of his career:
- 1986 to 1989: Head of the commercial department at a state-owned heavy engineering company called Závody ťažkého strojárstva.
- 1989 to 1990: Branch office commercial representative at Martimex, a foreign trade enterprise located in Hannover, Germany.
- He also worked as an advisor to the director from 1990 to 1991 at Podpolianske strojárne.
- Chairman of a well-known supervisory brand: Following this after working as a commercial director in another company called Tradeimpex, he grabbed the chairman at Willing, a defence department supplier Enterprise.
Finally, he became the founder of his private business called AMW in 2007 and started taking up commercial real estate projects in Slovakia. This was followed by the foundation of two other companies which later established their name in the International operations and financial advising industry. First was MiddleCap, which later got converted into MiddleCap Partners in the year 2009. And second, was Mayfair Assets Limited in 2014.
Charity Run – ‘No finish line.’
The charity run is organized by Mr.Miroslav Vyboh and his Associates for the past 21 years in different countries of Europe as an attempt to gather funds to help the needy and the underprivileged. Major European capitals include:
Anyone can participate in the event that involves running for a distance voluntarily without having to touch any finish line. The participant then donates the amount of money which is equivalent to the distance that they cover during their run. This year, because of the worldwide lockdown, this event took place on the virtual model. Despite this, people were able to cover a distance of about 26,000 kilometres.
The concept of ‘no finish line’ depends upon the amount of distance that a participant can cover. This means that you can either choose to run or walk for a certain pre-decided number of days as many times as you want. You can either choose to run a full Marathon or just one kilometre every single day. That amount will then be converted into an equivalent number of euros that will be donated for charity particularly for helping children in their education, culture, health, and Sporting skills.