This week’s guest is Fuquan Bilal, CEO and founder of NationalNoteGroup Capital Fund. He founded NNG in 2012 with the principal mission of capitalizing on the growing supply of mortgage notes in the interbank marketplace. To date, he has successfully managed three private mortgage note funds that primarily invest in single-family performing and non-performing mortgage notes.
In this episode he talks about his journey in capital raising. He also imparts the importance of being responsive, building genuine relationships with investors, and how both significantly helped him achieve success.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE EPISODE
01:04 – Background of the guest
05:23 – Capital raising
09:14 – The importance of being responsive
15:56 – Building genuine relationships with investors
35:21 – Final thoughts
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“Raising capital is like pushing a train, it’s hard in the beginning, we work hard, it’s hard to get that thing going. But if you do the right things, you get the train going and people hop on that train.”
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