Hilt Tatum IV serves as partner and president at iPoint Capital Partners. Since founding the company in 2006, he has placed investments in 10 countries. Under the leadership of Hilt Tatum IV, iPoint has worked around the world, undertaking endeavors in Europe, America, Africa, East Asia, and the Middle East.
Though iPoint operates from Panama, the company has a keen knowledge of the regulatory and business environments of countries around the world. Company leaders have more than three decades of combined experience in business fields like alternative investments and European banking.
The iPoint philosophy focuses on diverse holdings and building assets with the assumption that they will never be sold. As such, it operates without predefined exit mandates. This approach allows the company to become more familiar with the industries in which it operates and better serve stakeholders. This, in turn, helps it build greater value and stronger reputations for the brands with which it works.
As founding partner, chief executive officer, and president of iPoint Capital Partners, Hilt Tatum IV oversees the Panama City, Panama, investment company’s daily operations. Tatum commenced his career when he cofounded a technology company while still in college. An active philanthropist, Hilt Tatum IV supports numerous charities, including Save the Children.
The Save the Children organization aims to provide children with the tools they need to grow up healthy and happy. The non-profit organization serves children in 120 countries, including the United States, Transforming their lives in areas such as education, healthcare, and emergency aid in regions affected by natural disasters.
Individuals who want to support Save the Children’s advocacy of children can contact legislators and insist that the government put the needs of children first. Save the Children focuses on ensuring that children have access to high-quality education, and since two out of every five children of preschool age are not enrolled in preschool, the organization asks that individuals contact Congress about this issue. Save the Children suggests people insist that their government representatives support the Strong Start for America’s Children Act, a 10-year federal-state partnership intended to improve learning opportunities for young children. Its website features a form letter that people can fill in and have sent to their representative.
Hilt Tatum is CEO of Oxford Consulting Group - International business consulting