Robin Cordell Rodriguez was a founder and Chairman of the Board of Stonegate Bank, a commercial bank with offices in Florida. He is the Managing Member of Anglo-American Financial, which he formed in 1979 with two English general partners and 50 American limited partners and also Managing Partner of Cordell Funding, LLLP. Anglo-American Financial and Cordell Funding act as asset-based lenders.
Robin has been a member of the Chicago Board of Trade, the International Monetary Market of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, the International Commodity Exchange (Bermuda) Ltd., the New York Futures Exchange and firms he ran were members of the London Stock Exchange and the GNMA Dealers Association. His trading strategies were featured in a television story done by Wall Street Journal Reports and articles have been written about his arbitrage strategies in the Washington Post, the Chicago Tribune, the Los Angeles Times and dozens of other newspapers. He studied Economics at Amherst Collegeand International Finance at New York University.
Charles F. Robinson, F.C.A., was founder of and a managing member of Anglo-American Financial, LLC, which is the successor to Anglo-American Financial, which he formed in 1979. Through its subsidiaries it acted as an SEC-registered Investment Advisor, an NASD-registered broker-dealer (where he had Series 4, 7, 24, 27, 53 and 64 registrations) and as an options market maker on the London Metals Exchange and the London Stock Exchange. He wrote the software for the firms options trading programs based on an option valuation model he derived.
In 1976 in he formed a commodity brokerage firm in London called Metaport Commodities Ltd. In 1970 he joined McClelland Moores (now Arthur Young McClelland Moores) in London as a Chartered Accountant. He was responsible for developing the firm's computer auditing procedures in the United Kingdom.
He obtained a Senior Optime in mathematics at Cambridge University in 1966. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.