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Freedom Checks Investors Will Now Reap Rewards of Their Risk-taking This June 2018

July 27, 2018 - Author: steph

It’s a good time right now for the investors of Freedom Checks. While many people have doubted about the promise of prosperity of Freedom Checks, the people who did still risk a little some time ago will now be reaping their rewards. As reported from Affiliate Dork and Creditor Weekly, the Freedom Checks investors would now be getting their proportioned slice of the pie because a total of $34.6 Billion of returns would be spread out, given away and distributed to the throng of people who saw the potential of Freedom Checks as an investment opportunity.

Affiliate Dork has all the features, details, data and nuances of how the investors of Freedom C. would be able to get the returns of their investments by the end of June 2018. It is there that some of the names of the people who are going to get the distributions are listed. It is also in the report that people can recap how Freedom C. came about.

Matt Badiali is the man behind everything that has to do with the genesis of Freecom C. He was the man who went around the globe to accidentally find the investment opportunities in mining. When he went around the world as a geologist, he met with a lot of mining moguls. Talking to them made him realize that there are tax cuts made for companies in the United States that are involved in storing, distributing and manufacturing energy for the U.S. Government. Companies under the Master Limited Partnership are given extra incentives by the government because of its help in generating fuel and energy for the country. It is these MLP’s that help people get the Freedom Checks that they seek.

It may also be added here that the Creditor Weekly is another reliable media portal that vouched for the authenticity of Matt Badiali’s Freedom C. The feature about Freedom C. that it posted even featured Matt Badiali holding a large check of around $100,000 for an investor to his Freedom C. Without Matt Badiali, it might be impossible right now for the people investing in Freedom C. to enjoy the prosperity they are recently getting.

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May 22, 2018 - Author: steph


Michael J Burwell has been named as the new Chief Financial Officer at Willis Towers Watson, an international advisory, insurance and reinsurance broking and solutions company. The company was started in 1828 and has 40,000 employees in over 140 countries. Willis Towers Watson creates and provides risk management solutions, optimizes benefits, nurtures talents and magnifies capitals’ ability to strengthen people and institutions. Their unique perspective enables them to see vital connections between ideas, talents, and assets. A useful formula is driving business performance. Michael Burwell comes in to replace Roger Millay who retires on August 2nd, 2017.


Burwell is a CPA and a graduate of Michigan State University (1986) with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration. He has previously worked at Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PWC) for 31 years. He has 11 years’ experience of assurance practice having worked on many audit clients and 12 years’ experience of Transaction Services Advisory. In 1997, Burwell was named partner and started to practice transaction services at Detroit based PWC. Having succeeded in Detroit, he took over the central region PWC leadership and served as the general leader for US Transaction Services.


Burwell was then appointed as Chief Financial Officer in 2007 and 2008 he was also named Chief Operating Officer of all PWC’s business in the US. In 2012, Burwell became the universal Vice Chairman and US Transformation whereby he created change to maximize the effectiveness of the organization to administer over multiple internal functions including Finance, Human Capital, Global Strategic Sourcing, and Technology. In his Tenure, he also served as senior relationship partner on various clients. View Additional Info Here.


Willis Towers Watson’s Chief Executive officer, John Haley, on the news expressed the company’s joy in having Burwell join their leadership team at a crucial point when the company is evolving. He states his confidence on Burwell’s expertise in transactions, finance, and transformation which is best suited for the company’s long-term growth and the remaining integration efforts that will make the company achieve its full potential. He also thanks to the former CFO, Roger, for his exceptional leadership and contribution that has made the company stronger and in a position of future success.


Michael Burwell looks forward to contributing to the company’s success and is impressed with the leadership strength at Willis Towers Watson, its commitment to clients and above all a culture that is inclusive and collaborative.


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