Gina Miller The Woman Leading The Brexit Legal Battle


Gina Miller The Woman Leading The Brexit Legal Battle.

Extract from telegraph.co.uk,

Ms Miller is the founder and chairman of Miller Philanthropy, which she launched  with her husband Alan, the original “Mr Hedge Fund”, who made more than £30 million in the City.

The couple also launched the True and Fair Campaign, aimed at cutting charges on ISAs and rooting out  “dishonesty” in the financial services industry.

She and her husband have been major contributors to the Margaret Thatcher infirmary at the Royal Hospital Chelsea, in addition to numerous small UK community charities and projects, and says her organisation always does its “due diligence” before helping any cause.

She offers her foundation’s services free of charge, and Miller Philanthropy also has a pro bono directory – the Goodwill Exchange – which is made up of experts, individuals and companies.

What is a Hedge Fund?

A hedge fund is an alternative investment vehicle available only to sophisticated investors, such as institutions and individuals with significant assets.

Like mutual funds, hedge funds are pools of underlying securities. Also like mutual funds, they can invest in many types of securities—but there are a number of differences between these two investment vehicles.

MP’s Can Veto Brexit United Kingdom European Union Membership Referendum, 2016 Since the end of the 18th century, hundreds of national referendums have been organised in the world. During tha…

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