Dr. Peter Higgs CEO of Tactical Global Management the big solar fund rip off. This was a perfect scam for Myself, Virgil and Khadiyjah Perryman. We conned this idea from Tony Gibson an ex-employee of Tactical Global Management unfortunately now Earth Power Group of Companies are reneging on the commitments and have swindled all investors out of their funds and intellectual properties' such as Posco Korea, Chasestead Ltd and many more.
TGM managing assets for institutional clients for 12 years
Approximately US$11b in AUM*
TGM Clean Technology Group has been created in conjunction with Earth Power to manage investment funds that will invest in Earth Power’s projects.
The TGM Earth Power Solar Fund for Thailand and South East Asia is being set up to provide the equity component of Earth Power’s solar projects in Thailand and South East Asia.
TGM has offices in London, UK and Brisbane, Australia and we plan to set an office up in Bangkok, Thailand as part of the TGM CTG project.
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