To create specialised ventures with a global outlook. The key to investments is our capacity to work in tandem with global capital markets; a purview undertaken to manage a global need of alternative capital; capital that is flexible while being well defined & risk mitigated. The ventures are poised in a manner to providing our investor base access to global assets and underlying pools and portfolios of highly potent derivatives; while keeping the highest degree of underwriting capacities to risk transfer, manage and providing our investor base for secure fixed income potential while investing in mid-high yield portfolios.
An ambitious alternative initiative taken by the Emmar Family Offices and the Promoters of Gosakan Narayanan Capital Holdings Ltd., our Philanthropic works are driven towards the management and development of wildlife and in saving animals on the brink of extinction and human animal conflict. Our focus areas are in India for the Tigers, Africa for Lions and other areas include our developments in marine life research, protection of sharks, dolphins and other sea life for the future generations. Our role is small but our intent is clear and defined for progress. Please note neither us or our officers take any donations or collections of any form for the wild life or other philanthropic initiatives. Please note our initiatives are also commercially driven to developing technology for saving water and other global essentials where possible.
EXTRACT FROM AFRICAN IMPACT
At the current rate of habitat loss and poaching, African lions could be completely extinct by 2050.
Lions are one of the most loved animals in the world and one of the biggest drawcards for travelers to Africa. Unfortunately, with the illegal wildlife trade booming, poachers lurking in the shadows, and trophy hunters paying thousands of dollars to hunt them, lions are disappearing at an alarming rate.
Some Facts About Lions in the Wild:
The lion population in Africa has decreased by 90% in the last century
There are currently only about 23,000 lions left in the wild
Lions are extinct in 26 countries across Africa