Legatum's CEO, Mark Stoleson, talks to the Wall Street Journal about what makes the company's investment approach stand out from the crowd, why an altruistic agenda can co-exist with a profit motive, and where he thinks the next big investment opportunities exist.

Tuesday, January 28, 2014
Tim Falconer, Wall Street Journal

Principles before profit is a term not often associated with the investment community. For Dubai-based Legatum Group, a privately owned firm that manages billions of dollars in assets, creating wealth through value investing gives it the freedom to pursue a philanthropic agenda.

In this interview with the Wall Street Journal, Mark Stoleson, Legatum Group’s chief executive, talks about what makes Legatum’s investment approach stand out from the crowd, why an altruistic agenda can co-exist with a profit motive, and where he thinks the next big investment opportunities exist.

Click here to read the interview.


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