Rochay Elite

Rochay Elite

London, UK - September 16, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Considered by many, the ‘portal to the Super Rich’, Rochay Elite was founded on the ingenuity and tenacious spirit of visionary, Kevin Rochay. Today, RochayElite.com is one of the most prestigious online destinations for anyone looking to take advantage of Mr. Rochay and his team’s decades of insight and intelligence gathering abilities.

Rochay Elite offers members a wide range of exclusive benefits, access to conversations with Multi-Millionaire to Billionaire Members, industry leaders and influencers to the Super Rich, as well as a host of premium VIP-only off-market asset intelligence designed to help members grow their wealth exponentially. With a member base consisting of some of the world’s wealthiest men and women, including High Net Worth to Ultra High Net Worth individuals, C-level executives of the FTSE 100/250, FORTUNE 500 and SMEs, Rochay Elite has earned its reputation as a leader among today’s Super Rich consultancies.

History of Rochay Elite
Founded in 1996 by investment expert Kevin Rochay, Rochay Elite was originally created as an online platform where the wealthy could find investment information that went against traditional financial advice and bordered on visionary. Mr. Rochay had a reputation as a no-nonsense investor, financial advisor and guest speaker and his advice was hailed by many of the world’s elite investors at the time as revolutionary.

Mr. Rochay went against the grain, so to speak, and advised his clients to take a commonsense approach to modern investment theory. With the advent of the internet and technology moving at a much faster pace than many investors could keep up with, Kevin Rochay was a beacon of common sense in a world which had seemingly gone dot.com mad.

Fast forward to today and Rochay Elite is a globally renowned online platform which members often refer to as a movement. It has attracted some of the world’s wealthiest individuals and a place where the Super Rich get their advice, information and industry news from.

With an online magazine, Rochay Elite Magazine, available on a wide range of platforms including iOS, Android, Kindle and BlackBerry, Rochay TV, available on AppleTV, and Rochay High Society, an online portal featuring exclusive Rochay events worldwide including the Rochay London Soiree in November and a private VIP event in Monaco around the Monaco Yacht Show in September, the Rochay Elite portfolio has grown, and will continue to grow as the Super Rich look to Kevin and his team for their luxury intelligence and access to off-market assets from around the globe.

The Rochay Elite website and all Rochay Elite products are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Rochay Elite in the UK.

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Rochay Elite Limited
71-75 Shelton Street
Covent Garden
London
WC2H 9JQ
England
Tel: +44 (0) 203 995 1902
http://www.rochayelite.com/index.php
vip@rochay.com

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