As the former business manager to the Brooklyn and LA Dodgers, NFL and pro basketball player before the NBA, Jim Alexander became the business and financial coach to some of the greatest athletes of all time such as Jackie Robinson and Sandy Koufax before the term sports agent was ever created. Jim Alexander is currently taking on some of the biggest names in sports with Group7, a business management consulting firm with full service wealth management and private equity opportunities.
Group7 is diversifying to include business and sports management services. Jim Alexander has truly created wealth for his sports clients over a forty year (40) period through such business efforts as taking 1500 companies public, over 400 venture capital deals, over 2000 escrows, development of 60 apartment buildings in Brentwood, funding 80 theatrical films and launching over 40 products internationally such as creating sports figures on glass, manufacturing and distribution of the original bobble heads, introducing T-Ball from China to the United States.
As one of our nations banking foremost start-up experts in the United States, Mr. Alexander has launched over 375 banks in the USA including the very first black bank with Jackie Robinson. As Chairman to Group7, Jim Alexander will lead the expansion of the sports agency and business management division of group7 to include the sports and business management for athletes in the MLB, NFL, NHL and NBA. Group7 is currently attracting high net worth athletes who have matured in their careers and are seeking to "leverage their network to create their net worth" by pooling together with other athletes creating a savings on business and wealth management fees.
In creating cash flow the risk of each athlete is reduced by pooling investment capital together with other athletes who are seeking experienced financial investment solutions, business management, career guidance, contract negotiations, all tied into building a cash flow portfolio and "multi-diverse revenue stream of equity opportunity".