In Crouching (Turn)Bull, Hidden Rabbit Parts 1 & 2 the matter of the exact nature of the Turnbull family's business was discussed in the context of the family's ties to China.
It was explained then that the family's hedge fund business in Singapore, Keshik Capital, led by son Alex Turnbull, is not likely to have access to funding in Asia, expect where investors could see some advantage of establishing financial ties with the prime minister of Australia.
As of last night, Malcolm Turnbull's tenure as prime minister of Australia is in doubt, and his remaining days in power are likely to be so volatile that he cannot be relied on as an asset. Subsequently, Keshik Capital is likely to find its sources of funding withdrawn,and is very likely to close shop.
In addition, the family and Turnbull himself are likely to find that there has never been a worse time to be a pseudo millionaire. While Turnbull boasts a multi-million dollar portfolio, few of these generate cash in significant amounts, and many are likely to have suffered first from the 2008 GFC, and more recently from the Brexit fallout. Turnbull is not likely to find another Ozemail, or Goldman Sachs,and after last night, it is doubtful if anyone would want to do invest in him or his family.
Friday, April 29, 2016
Crouching (Turn)Bull, Hidden Rabbit Part 4: The DCNS Affair-Japanese "suspect Turnbull’s... business connections to China served France
by Ganesh Sahathevan
\As readers of this blog would be aware, the Thurbull's may well have an on-going, current , business connection with China.
“They suspect China has been pulling the strings and Turnbull kowtowed to China. They also suspect Turnbull’s (past) business connections to China served France.
Japan sees Chinese hand in decision to overlook Soryu
Some influential Japanese are even starting to publicly question Australia’s reliability as a strategic partner. There is a sense of Australia not being altogether a serious country.
That important Japanese are saying these things in public ought to give Canberra the most serious pause for reflection.