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Beneficient CEO Brad Heppner Named Finalist in 2022 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year® Award

Brad Heppner, the CEO of Dallas-based alternative asset liquidity provider The Beneficient Company Group, was named an Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2022 Central Plains Award finalist.
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Ben Announces the Funding of Beneficient Heartland Foundation

The new foundation will direct funding to support community development projects in Hesston, Kansas and other rural communities, colleges, and universities throughout the state.
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Alternative Asset Investors, Their Wealth Behaviors and Attitudes

THE LIQUIDITY REPORT
Investors who hold between $5 million and $30 million in alternative assets - mid-to-high net worth (MHNW) investors - are a unique segment that, surprisingly, can be underserved by large investing firms. Often, they are viewed as having too many assets to fit most financial firms' cookie-cutter solutions, but too few assets for the special products that ultra-high net worth individuals and large institutional investors may qualify for.
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Portrait of Brad K. Heppner, CEO of The Beneficient Company Group, L.C.

Brad Heppner on Carving New Paths in the Alternative Asset Industry

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A financial industry trailblazer, Ben CEO Brad Heppner has been living and breathing in the world of alternative assets for over 25 years.

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Beneficient Announces Weaver & Tidwell, L.L.P. as Independent Auditor

Beneficient CEO, Brad Heppner, announced Weaver & Tidwell, L.L.P., as its new independent auditor to audit Ben’s financial statements.

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Trends & Ideas

Alternative Asset Investors, Their Wealth Behaviors and Attitudes

THE LIQUIDITY REPORT
Investors who hold between $5 million and $30 million in alternative assets – mid-to-high net worth (MHNW) investors – are a unique segment that, surprisingly, can be underserved by large investing firms. Often, they are viewed as having too many assets to fit most financial firms’ cookie-cutter solutions, but too few assets for the special products that ultra-high net worth individuals and large institutional investors may qualify for.

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Videos

Richard Fisher Discusses the Promise of Beneficient and His Confidence in CEO Brad Heppner
Investing in a Culture of Collaboration: The Heppner Family's Investment in Southern Methodist University
We're Ben: How the Beneficient Company Group Helps Investors Take Control of Their Portfolios
Ben Case Study: A Hypothetical Case Study of An Investor Who Wants to Redeem an Illiquid Investment
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