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Banyan Hill publishing is one of the media platforms that is committed to nurturing the investment and management skills of its readers. The platform was created in 1998, and Ted Bauman serves as the senior editor. Since joining the group in 2013, he has overseen the introduction of an innovative product and services portfolio. During his reign in the group, he has overseen the introduction of ETF trading platforms, Plan B Club and the Bauman Letter. The publications specialize in international migration issues, asset protection, and low-risk investment strategies. Ted Bauman is keen on empowering the marginalized groups to attain financial freedom and success.

Other than overseeing the operations of the Banyan Hill Publishing, he also participates in the operations of different philanthropic organizations. He created the Slum Dwellers International with the intention of offering housing and financial services to slum dwellers. Through his leadership, the group has ventured in more than 34 countries and managed to empower more than 14 million individuals. He has also made significant contributions to the Bauman Letter readers and subscribers. Through the investment and management tips, many people have attained economic success. In regions such as Africa and Latin America, he has played an essential role in the implementation of low-cost housing and urban planning.

Ted Bauman Early Education and Career

Although Ted Bauman was born in Maryland USA where he attended the early years of education, he later moved to South Africa. In South Africa, he joined the Cape Town University where he studied economics, political science, and history. Ted holds that the three areas are interconnected and can be used to develop policies to address economic and social inequalities. After completing his studies, he worked with the South African government where oversaw the introduction of economic and social reforms during the post-apartheid period. He has also worked for the World Bank and the United Nations where his services have been used to empower marginalized groups. Before moving to the USA in 2006, Bauman moved to different countries in Asia, Latin American and Africa where he managed the operations of NGOs and other global corporations. He has employed his financial expertise and experience to uplift the society economically.