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There is a zero percent chance that cryptocurrencies do not get regulated and/or outlawed entirely by most governments in the near future.

A Case for the Staying Power of (Some) Cryptocurrencies

Today, many cryptocurrencies have actual utility. What does that mean for their value?

Latin America is this Generation’s “China” Investment Opportunity

The investment market is heating up in the Latin American market. The growth could be similar to what we saw in China decades ago that many of us missed.

Green Companies Will Be the Next Unicorns: Accredited Investors Should Be Buying Now

The next 1,000 unicorns, or start-ups worth at least $1 billion, will be involved in climate technology.

NFT Marketplaces are Starting to Look like Small Stock Exchanges: Should Accredited Investors Take Notice?

Millions of NFTs are created, sold and exchanged monthly for billions of dollars. We discuss how to participate.

Two of the Biggest Capital Allocators in the World are Moving to a Heavy Alternative Asset Focus: The Amount of Capital is Breathtaking

If big players in the finance world are turning to alternative and sustainable investments should you as well?

How Long Can These Sky High Colombian Coffee Prices Last?

The perfect storm is here for Colombian coffee producers. Growing coffee is now remarkably profitable.

Get Ready for Liquidity Options in Private Market Investments

The digitalization of private market assets is coming, 100% guaranteed.

Venture Capital Firms are Piling Into Early Stage Companies in Latin America: Accredited Investors Should Piggyback

Latin America is making its way onto the world stage of early-company investment.

The 10 Reasons Why Colombia is the #1 Place to Invest in Latin America

Colombia is business-friendly and open to foreign investment.

Jesus Reyes

Vice President, Capital Raising

Economist by trade, spent 15 years working for HSBC in a multitude of capacities in its Private Wealth, Credit Risk Management and Investment Banking divisions. Furthermore, Jesus worked for the bank in multiple countries. Prior to leaving HSBC, Jesus was the Global Account Owner of the bank’s relationship with the world’s largest accounting and consulting firms.


Upon leaving Wall Street, Jesus joined a boutique Medical Group in Beverly Hills, as CEO, with the primary goal of leading the team through a process of corporate transformation from a small enterprise to a corporation able to navigate the terrain of bringing in Private Investors and expand into new markets: New York, Orange County, Chicago and San Diego.


In addition to extensive professional experience, Jesus holds degrees in Economics (BA – St Mary’s University, and MA – Fordham University) and Finance (MS – University of Rochester).

DUSTIN BALDWIN

Vice President, Business Development

After multiple combat tours with the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves and obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance and Real Estate from the University of Florida, Dustin took a position in corporate finance with Lockheed Martin, followed shortly by obtaining his Series 7 and 66 certifications as a Financial Advisor at Edward Jones. Looking for an opportunity to implement his leadership earned in the Marine Corps and entrepreneurial desire, Dustin decided to leave the corporate environment and joined a family-owned private prisoner transportation start-up, while also investing in real estate. Over the next several years, Dustin became a partner in the company, moved into the role of Executive Director and helped grow the company through strategic relationships, winning large government contracts, and helping foster several mergers, ultimately getting the business to a successful sale. After obtaining his MBA in Real Estate from Florida State University in 2020, Dustin continued to invest in real estate, taking a specific interest in land acquisition and development to create equity and cash flow opportunities. Additionally, he was involved with several start-ups and became one of the largest investors in The Green Coffee Company, a Legacy Group portfolio company. After getting boots-on-the-ground with his Green Coffee Company investment in Colombia, Dustin saw an opportunity to become more than just a passive shareholder and joined Legacy Group as the VP of Business Development in June 2022.

 

Dustin has earned a reputation for his genuine leadership style, adaptive problem-solving skills, ability to forge authentic relationships, and being a fast-moving action-taker across multiple industries. His fluidity and adaptive results-oriented mindset makes Dustin an excellent addition to Legacy Group as our VP of Business Development.

 

Dustin lives in St. Petersburg, Florida with his wife Jenny and their German Shepherd, Kimber. Going on 18-years in the USMC, Dustin will retire after 20 years and continue to focus on adding value to Legacy Group Stakeholders.