The Carlton James Group utilises a diversified approach to investment, implementing a structure that helps protect shareholder capital against global uncertainty.

The group’s opportunities are layered over differing asset classes, jurisdictions and geographical locations to spread risk. The group seeks multiple opportunities within every investment consideration.

Carlton James Group is a private Investment group specializing in diversified portfolios across different global asset classes across varying jurisdictions, Industries and economies with the goal of investing in a diverse portfolio with a capital protection focus and the potential to generate higher returns and secure their capital against global financial upset.

The Carlton James Investment team possesses decades of experience in the investment arena and utilize their market position to invest in collateralized senior debt opportunities, producing a consistent investment return (IR) that beats market expectations.

Carlton James Group is a private Investment group specializing in diversified portfolios across different global asset classes across varying jurisdictions, Industries and economies with the goal of investing in a diverse portfolio with a capital protection focus and the potential to generate higher returns and secure their capital against global financial upset.

The Carlton James Investment team possesses decades of experience in the investment arena and utilize their market position to invest in collateralized senior debt opportunities, producing a consistent investment return (IR) that beats market expectations.

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Technology as an Alpha Investment Vertical

Identifying, funding, and supporting emerging companies in the technology (“tech”) space is an integral part of the Carlton James Group ABC (Alpha, Balanced, Core) investment strategy, and should be a strong consideration for family offices and their clients.

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Preparing for the next market downturn

Several years ago, we saw a sharp downturn in the global economy, followed by a housing crisis from the U.S. and Dubai, and subsequent banking and corporate governance failures all around the world. There’s no other way to put it – conditions were grim and many were left wondering what to do with their money.

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