In Profile : Robert Mercer, Renaissance Technologies, Club for Growth


 

 

 

 

 

26 January 2017

Moving to capitalise on the global wakeup and the alternative media that has been born, Robert Mercer is the tech billionaire you have never heard of.

Tied to the very secretive Medallion Fund which is described as a Quantitative Hedge Fund open only to 300. This is very similar to the high level tier of corporate power called the Committee of 300.

Access has been closed to outside investors since 2005.

The fund has also been described as perhaps the worlds greatest money-making machine.

What is known is that Mercer along with Renaissance Technologies founder Jim Simon and co-ceo Peter Brown, have been able to master the map behind what is called Quantitative Trading.

Why is Robert Mercer important today?

When all seemed to be falling apart for Trump this summer, one shadowy billionaire, Robert Mercer, offered up his own massive political infrastructure, which included his daughter Rebekah, Steve Bannon and Kellyanne Conway, it is fair to say together they saved Trump’s campaign from collapse.

Robert Mercer, 65, is co-CEO of Renaissance Technologies LLC, a $15 billion hedge fund.[1] The IBM language-recognition whiz-turned-financier brought home $125 million in 2011, making him the 16th highest-earning hedge fund manager, according to Forbes.

Renaissance Technologies is based in New York City, with additional locations in London and East Setauket, N.Y., where Mercer lives.

Let us face a few facts here, we are witnessing the destruction of the left, what the elect require now is the rise of the right to destroy it in the minds of the masses. Then we will begin to see the new world order and the rise of the man-god, the new “Grantor of Dominion“.

If we look at Renaissance Technologies LCC and its political support unto 2012 we find a huge support for the Democrats and Barack Obama :

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Robert Mercer

Business Positions
Renaissance Technologies LLC Hedge fund
Co-chairman

Holdings
Mercer Family Foundation Robert Mercer’s foundation
Founder (Jun 18 ’04→)

Family
Rebekah Mercer Daughter of right-wing hedge-fund billionaire Robert Mercer

Diana Mercer wife of right-wing hedge fund billionaire Robert Mercer

Heather Sue Mercer youngest daughter of right-wing billionaire Robert Mercer

Jennifer Mercer eldest daughter of right-wing billionaire Robert Mercer

Donation/Grant Recipients

Keep The Promise I – 3 contributions ⋅ $13500000 (Apr 10 ’15→Mar 17 ’16)
Mercer Family Foundation Robert Mercer’s foundation Donation ⋅ $646947 (’13) [ +2 ]
Keep the Promise I/Make America Number 1 Ted Cruz and Donald Trump 2016. contribution ⋅ $11000000 (Apr 10 ’15)
American Crossroads Independent expenditure only committee – 2 contributions ⋅ $2000000 (’12) [ +1 ]
John Bolton Super PAC – 6 contributions ⋅ $3000000 (Apr 28 ’14→Dec 18 ’15)
Freedom Partners Action Fund – 1 contribution ⋅ $2500000 (Sep 8 ’14)
Restore Our Future PAC Super PAC tied to Mitt Romney – contribution ⋅ $1000000 [ +1 ]
Club for Growth Action – 7 contributions ⋅ $1750000 (Aug 1 ’11→Jul 31 ’15)
Ending Spending Action Fund – 2 contributions ⋅ $1750000 (Sep 25 ’14→Oct 16 ’14)
Prosperity First Inc – 3 contributions ⋅ $920000 (’12→Oct 22 ’12)
Prosperity First Inc – 3 contributions ⋅ $920000 (’12→Oct 22 ’12)
Concerned Taxpayers Of America – Donation ⋅ $643750 (’10) *
Club For Growth Action – 3 contributions ⋅ $600000 (’11→’12)
Women Speak out PAC – 1 contribution ⋅ $500000 (Aug 28 ’14)
B-PAC – 1 contribution ⋅ $500000 (Sep 23 ’14)
Fighting for Ohio – Single candidate super PAC in support of Ohio Republican Senator – contribution ⋅ $500000 (May 16 ’16)
Fighting For Ohio Fund – 1 contribution ⋅ $500000 (May 16 ’16)
Republican National Committee – The Grand Ol’ Party – 14 contributions ⋅ $498100 (’04→Apr 25 ’16)
Republican Super PAC Inc – 3 contributions ⋅ $439354 (’12→Oct 27 ’12)
Black Americans For A Better Future – 3 contributions ⋅ $425000 (Sep 18 ’15→Feb 3 ’16)
New York 2014 – 2 contributions ⋅ $350000 (May 16 ’14→Oct 24 ’14)
American Heartland PAC – 2 contributions ⋅ $350000 (Apr 16 ’14→May 16 ’14)
Citizens for Ethics In Government – 1 contribution ⋅ $300000 (Aug 2 ’14)
Senate Conservatives Action – 2 contributions ⋅ $280000 (Jun 16 ’14→Jul 13 ’15)
Freedom PAC – 1 contribution ⋅ $250000 (’12)
Believe Again – 1 contribution ⋅ $250000 (Jun 29 ’15)
National Republican Congressional Committee – 6 contributions ⋅ $248800 (’11→Feb 6 ’15)
US Jobs Council – 1 contribution ⋅ $200000 (Apr 22 ’14)
National Horizon – 1 contribution ⋅ $200000 (’12)
Black Conservatives Fund – 2 contributions ⋅ $155000 (Nov 21 ’14→Nov 26 ’14)
National Republican Senatorial Committee – 7 contributions ⋅ $126000 (’09→Sep 16 ’14)
Special Operations for America – 1 contribution ⋅ $120000 (Jan 22 ’14)
USA Super PAC – 1 contribution ⋅ $100000 (May 7 ’14)
Defend Rural Arizona – 1 contribution ⋅ $50000 (Jun 16 ’16)
Portman Victory Cmte – 1 contribution ⋅ $42600 (Sep 16 ’14)
Founders Senate Candidate Cmte – 2 contributions ⋅ $27000 (Sep 19 ’14→Oct 23 ’14)
Boehner for Speaker FOJB-NRCC – 1 contribution ⋅ $25000 (May 19 ’11)
Restore Our Majority 2013 – 1 contribution ⋅ $20800 (Jun 14 ’13)
Tim Scott US Senator and Representative from South Carolina – 8 contributions ⋅ $20800 (’10→May 6 ’15)
Republican Leadership Committee 2011 – 1 contribution ⋅ $20000 (’11)
Club for Growth.Net – 1 contribution ⋅ $20000 (’08)
Club for Growth PAC – 6 contributions ⋅ $20000 (’07→’11)
Jim Banks Indiana State Senator – 7 contributions ⋅ $16200 (Sep 29 ’15)
Republican Party of Minnesota – 3 contributions ⋅ $15000 (’09→Jul 19 ’10)
Tom McClintock US Representative from California – 2 contributions ⋅ $13800 (’08)
Marlin Stutzman US Representative from Indiana – 11 contributions ⋅ $13500 (May 26 ’15→May 24 ’16)
Phil Gingrey US Representative from Georgia – 8 contributions ⋅ $13000 (Sep 11 ’13→May 28 ’14)
Art Robinson Republican candidate for Congress in Oregon – 5 contributions ⋅ $12600 (Apr 2 ’10→May 20 ’14)
Joni Ernst GOP Iowa state senator – 5 contributions ⋅ $12600 (Sep 10 ’13→Mar 4 ’16)
Coleman Minnesota Recount Committee – 1 contribution ⋅ $12300 (’09)
Cam Cavasso – 5 contributions ⋅ $11400 (Oct 3 ’14)
Ron DeSantis US Representative from Florida – 4 contributions ⋅ $10800 (Jun 30 ’15→Sep 29 ’15)
Martha McSally GOP candidate for Congress from Arizona – 4 contributions ⋅ $10600 (Oct 31 ’14→Jun 30 ’15)
Grassley Hawkeye Fund – 1 contribution ⋅ $10400 (May 26 ’16)
Ernst Victory – 1 contribution ⋅ $10400 (Mar 4 ’16)
Chris McDaniel Mississippi state senator – 4 contributions ⋅ $10400 (Jun 20 ’14→Jun 25 ’14)
Jobs, Opportunity & New Ideas PAC – 2 contributions ⋅ $10000 (Mar 11 ’15→Mar 4 ’16)
Josh Mandel R – OH – 3 contributions ⋅ $10000 (’11→Jun 27 ’11)
Toomey Pennsylvania Victory Fund – 1 contribution ⋅ $10000 (’09)
South Dakota Republican Party – 1 contribution ⋅ $10000 (Aug 5 ’14)
Republican Federal Committee of Pennsylvania – 1 contribution ⋅ $10000 (’09)
Kelly Ayotte US Senator from New Hampshire – 4 contributions ⋅ $10000 (’09→Sep 17 ’14)
Make DC Listen – 2 contributions ⋅ $10000 (Apr 17 ’15→Jan 31 ’16)
Paul C Broun Jr US Representative from Georgia – 4 contributions ⋅ $9800 (’08→Sep 9 ’13)
William Cassidy US Representative from Louisiana – 4 contributions ⋅ $9800 (Aug 13 ’14→Sep 19 ’14)
Tom Graves US Representative from Georgia – 4 contributions ⋅ $9600 (’09→May 3 ’10)
Patrick Joseph Toomey US Senator and Representative from Pennsylvania – 5 contributions ⋅ $9600 (’09→May 28 ’09)
Christopher Lawrence Hackett – 6 contributions ⋅ $9200 (’08→Oct 6 ’08)
Robert W Schaffer US Representative from Colorado – 6 contributions ⋅ $9200 (’08→May 5 ’08)
Steve Pearce US Representative from New Mexico – 4 contributions ⋅ $9200 (’08→Apr 11 ’08)
Tim Walberg US Representative from Michigan – 4 contributions ⋅ $8800 (’06→’08)
Michael Sean McGavick – 4 contributions ⋅ $8400 (’06→Sep 11 ’06)
Kelli Ward Arizona State Senator | 2016 republican primary candiate for senate – 6 contributions ⋅ $8100 (Jun 22 ’15→Jun 30 ’16)
Bryan Smith 2014 Republican primary candidate for Idaho’s 2nd Congressional… – 7 contributions ⋅ $7800 (Apr 28 ’14→May 27 ’14)
Mike Lee US Senator from Utah – 6 contributions ⋅ $7800 (May 14 ’14)
Mark W Neumann US Representative from Wisconsin – 7 contributions ⋅ $7500 (’11→Sep 27 ’12)
Jeff Flake US Senator and Representative from Arizona – 3 contributions ⋅ $7500 (’11→May 23 ’11)
Steve King US Representative from Iowa – 3 contributions ⋅ $7500 (’11→May 23 ’11)
Doug Hoffman Conservative Party candidate for Congress – New York’s 23rd… – 5 contributions ⋅ $7200 (’09→Nov 2 ’09)
Robert Simmons US Representative from Connecticut – 3 contributions ⋅ $7200 (’09→Dec 11 ’09)
Sean Parnell Governor of Alaska – 5 contributions ⋅ $6900 (’08→Aug 1 ’08)
Woody Jenkins – 3 contributions ⋅ $6900 (’08→Mar 21 ’08)
Michael Steele Former Chairman, Republican National Committee – 3 contributions ⋅ $6300 (’06→Sep 11 ’06)
Jon Kyl former US Senator from Arizona | Senior Advisor, Covington & Burling – 3 contributions ⋅ $6300 (’06→Sep 11 ’06)
Ryan Zinke US Representative from Montana (R), former Navy Commander at SEAL Team… – 2 contributions ⋅ $5400 (May 12 ’15)
John Boozman US Senator and Representative from Arkansas – 3 contributions ⋅ $5400 (Mar 13 ’15→Mar 15 ’15)
Patrick T McHenry US Representative from North Carolina – 4 contributions ⋅ $5400 (Dec 1 ’15→May 18 ’16)
Ben Sasse Senator from Nebraska – 2 contributions ⋅ $5400 (Nov 10 ’15)
John Faso Manatt Phelps & Phillips partner; former NYS gubernatorial candidate – 2 contributions ⋅ $5400 (Jul 29 ’15)
Wendy Rogers GOP candidate for Congress from Arizona – 2 contributions ⋅ $5400 (May 12 ’16)
Scott Garrett US Representative from New Jersey – 2 contributions ⋅ $5400 (Mar 29 ’16)
Trump Victory Donald Trump’s Joint Fundraising Committee – 1 contribution ⋅ $5400 (Jun 21 ’16)
Todd Rokita US Representative from Indiana – 2 contributions ⋅ $5400 (Apr 30 ’16)
Donald Trump 45th President of the United States – 2 contributions ⋅ $5400 (Jun 21 ’16)
Susan Collins US Senator from Maine – 2 contributions ⋅ $5200 (Jul 15 ’13)
Bob Barr US Representative from Georgia – 4 contributions ⋅ $5200 (Jun 24 ’13→Aug 23 ’13)
Lindsey Graham US Senator and Representative from South Carolina – 2 contributions ⋅ $5200 (Jun 14 ’13)
John Cornyn US Senator from Texas – 2 contributions ⋅ $5200 (Jun 14 ’13)
Lee M Zeldin New York State Senator – 2 contributions ⋅ $5200 (May 13 ’14)
Scott P Brown US Senator from Massachusetts – 2 contributions ⋅ $5200 (Aug 4 ’14→Oct 23 ’14)
John Boehner US Representative from Ohio – 2 contributions ⋅ $5000 (’11→Jun 9 ’11)
Prosperity PAC – 1 contribution ⋅ $5000 (’11)
Majority Committee PAC–MC PAC – 1 contribution ⋅ $5000 (’11)
Mitt Romney Former Governor of Massachusetts – 3 contributions ⋅ $5000 (’12→Apr 2 ’12)
Michele Bachmann US Representative from Minnesota – 1 contribution ⋅ $5000 (’10)
Senate Conservatives Fund PAC aligned with Ted Cruz – 1 contribution ⋅ $5000 (’11)
Randy Altschuler – 2 contributions ⋅ $5000 (’11→Sep 15 ’11)
Managed Funds Association Political Action Committee – 1 contribution ⋅ $5000 (Jul 2 ’13)
Hawkeye PAC, the – 1 contribution ⋅ $5000 (Jun 6 ’16)
Conservative Victory Committee – 1 contribution ⋅ $5000 (’10)
Every Republican is Crucial PAC Affiliate : Eric Cantor (R-Va) – 1 contribution ⋅ $5000 (’11)
Supporting Conservatives of Today and Tomorrow (Scott PAC) – 1 contribution ⋅ $5000 (Dec 31 ’15)
Connie Mack IV US Representative from Florida – 2 contributions ⋅ $5000 (’11→Sep 15 ’11)
Fund for American Exceptionalism : the – 1 contribution ⋅ $5000 (May 3 ’16)
Marlin PAC – 1 contribution ⋅ $5000 (May 22 ’15)
Ohio’s Future PAC – 1 contribution ⋅ $5000 (Nov 24 ’14)
Tim Huelskamp US Representative from Kansas – 2 contributions ⋅ $4800 (’09→Dec 18 ’09)
Kevin Calvey – 2 contributions ⋅ $4800 (’09→Dec 29 ’09)
Chuck Schumer US Senator and Representative from New York – 2 contributions ⋅ $4800 (’09→Nov 3 ’09)
Marco Rubio US Senator from Florida; 2016 GOP Presidential candidate – 7 contributions ⋅ $4800 (’10→Jun 30 ’10)
James Demint President, Heritage Foundation | Former US Senator and Representative… – 2 contributions ⋅ $4600 (’07→May 11 ’07)

Many more recipients received small contributions

Robert Mercer Interlocks

James Simons – Renaissance Technologies LLC
Andrew Mullhaupt – Renaissance Technologies LLC
Mark Silber – Renaissance Technologies LLC
Henry Laufer – Renaissance Technologies LLC
Peter Brown – Renaissance Technologies LLC
Nathaniel Simons – Renaissance Technologies LLC
George Zweig – Renaissance Technologies LLC
Laura Baxter-Simons – Renaissance Technologies LLC
Mukund Padmanabhan – Renaissance Technologies LLC
Elwyn Berlekamp – Renaissance Technologies LLC

Source

Further Study
In Profile : The Heritage Foundation
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Note
[1] Renaissance Technologies LLC Interlocks :
JA Solar Holdings Co., Ltd.
One of the world’s largest manufacturers of high-performance solar cells and solar power products. Based in China, JASO on NASDAQ

Owners
Investec Asset Management Ltd. Independent provider of active investment. – Institutional investor ⋅ 10.8 million shares
Everest Capital Limited – Institutional investor ⋅ 2.1 million shares
Norges Bank Investment Management Manages the Norwegian Government’s Pension… – Institutional investor ⋅ 2.0 million shares
Invesco PowerShares Capital Management LLC – Institutional investor ⋅ 2.2 million shares
Wells Capital Management Inc. a multi-boutique asset management firm – Institutional investor ⋅ 3.5 million shares
Morgan Stanley & Co. International Limited – Institutional investor ⋅ 9.0 million shares
Fidelity Management & Research Company privately owned investment manager – Institutional investor ⋅ 4.0 million shares
Guinness Atkinson Asset Management Inc – Institutional investor ⋅ 2.0 million shares
Martin Currie Investment Management Ltd – Institutional investor ⋅ 1.7 million shares
Renaissance Technologies LLC Hedge fund – Institutional investor ⋅ 1.1 million shares

Leadership & Staff board & execs »
Baofang Jin – Co-founder
Anthea Chung – CFO (Jan ’09→)
Ming Yang – vice president (Jan ’09→)

ABB LTD – Swiss holding company
Owners
Renaissance Technologies LLC Hedge fund – Institutional investor ⋅ 1.7 million shares

Leadership & Staff board & execs »
Joseph M Hogan CEO, ABB Ltd.– –CEO (Sep 1 ’08→Sep 15 ’13)
Ulrich Spiesshofer – CEO (Sep 15 ’13→)
Diane de Saint Victor – General Counsel (Jan 1 ’07→)
Hubertus Von Grunberg – Chairman (’07→)

ACE Limited – A Multi-line Insurance company
Memberships
Council on Foreign Relations The most prestigious US foreign policy think tank
“premium” corporate member

U.S. Business Coalition for TPP Group of over 150 corporations and trade…
Member

Owners
Capital World Investors A privately owned investment manager – Institutional investor ⋅ 25.5 million shares
Renaissance Technologies LLC Hedge fund – Institutional investor ⋅ 871,700 shares