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Marin Aleksov waits for a serve at the International Tennis Federation's (ITF's) Client Cup tournament.

Rosland’s Marin Aleksov at the ITF Client Cup

Wimbledon wasn’t the only tennis tournament taking place in London this past July. On July 11, as competition at the All England Club neared its end, nearly two dozen teams — comprised of leaders from the International Tennis Federation (ITF) roster of clients and corporate partners — took to the courts just a few miles down the road at the Bank of England Sports Ground.

The ITF Client Cup featured several grass courts for friendly but determined tennis play, and Rosland Capital’s CEO Marin Aleksov participated in the event. Players took to the courts in the classic all-white ensemble familiar to Wimbledon watchers for several hours of team-based contests.

Marin Aleksov waits for a serve at the International Tennis Federation's (ITF's) Client Cup tournament.

Rosland Capital CEO Marin Aleksov waits for the ball at the ITF Client Cup.

Rosland Capital CEO Marin Aleksov returns serve at the ITF Client Cup.

Rosland and the ITF forged a partnership in 2019, which has thus far produced two beautiful limited-edition collectible coins: the 2019 Fed Cup 1/4-Ounce Gold Coin and the 2019 Davis Cup 1/4-Ounce Gold Coin. Much like Rosland’s partnerships with the PGA Tour and Formula 1, its ITF collaboration will commemorate milestones and key events ITF hosts, including the two most notable team competitions in pro tennis.

Marin enjoyed the contest in London and is eager to continue building Rosland’s relationship with the International Tennis Federation. Tennis fans and gold buyers alike can look forward to more beautiful precious-metal collectibles honoring the ITF in the future.

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Marin Aleksov and Jackie Stewart pose with a limited-edition gold coin donated to Stewart's Race Against Dementia charity.

Rosland Capital Supports Jackie Stewart’s Race Against Dementia

Rosland Capital and CEO Marin Aleksov recently participated in a fundraising event for Formula 1 legend Sir Jackie Stewart’s Race Against Dementia charity.

The event, held in Monaco to coincide with the Monaco Grand Prix weekend, featured a one-kilogram gold coin from Rosland, minted with Sir Jackie’s racing-era likeness and signature on the front and the classic Ian Rank-Broadley portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse side.

Only two of these coins will ever be minted. The first was auctioned in Monaco to benefit Race Against Dementia’s mission of finding better treatments, and an eventual cure, for dementia, which afflicts nearly 47 million people around the world today. The remaining coin, the last of its kind and a truly unique collectible, can be seen on Rosland’s website. It includes commemorative packaging, a certificate of authenticity signed by Sir Jackie Stewart, statements of fineness, weight, and proof, and a signature of the authorized Swiss assayer.

Marin Aleksov and Jackie Stewart pose with a limited-edition gold coin donated to Stewart's Race Against Dementia charity.

Rosland CEO Marin Aleksov and Sir Jackie Stewart pose with the 1-kilo coin in Monaco.

Rosland’s donated coin was won at auction by former Formula 1 driver Eddie Irvine, with all proceeds going to Race Against Dementia. All told, the Monaco event raised nearly $400,000 for the battle against dementia.

Appearing at the event alongside Sir Jackie, Marin Aleksov said:

“We’re passionate about supporting innovative charities and very excited to collaborate with Sir Jackie Stewart and Race Against Dementia to raise funds for a worthy cause. Sir Jackie Stewart is an icon of motorsport, with a lifetime of achievements; he has effectively used his profile away from the circuit to raise awareness for dementia research. There’s no better way to honour him than in gold, and no better place to auction this unique piece than in Monaco, the crown jewel of the Formula 1 World Championship. I would also like to thank Formula 1 for their support in this charity contribution; it’s fantastic when partners come together to support causes that are important to the Formula 1 community.”

Check out Race Against Dementia’s recap of the event, which includes a number of pictures of the auctioned coin, as well as photos of Marin Aleksov and Sir Jackie Stewart:

Amber Lounge, Monaco (Race Against Dementia news)

Why Rosland Capital’s Latest Coin Collection is Unique

In June, Rosland Capital announced it would be the official dealer of the limited edition Formula 1 coin collection that would not only celebrate the 2016 FIA Formula 1 World Championship, but also the British, Italian and United States Grands Prix. Minted by Swiss-based PAMP, the coins are available in .25 and 2.5 oz formats. A special Kilo coin was also unveiled at the British Grand Prix in July.

However, these coins are much more special than just their looks. Read more about Rosland Capital’s F1 coins to hear what makes these coins no ordinary keepsake.

Rosland Capital to Distribute Official Formula 1® Coin Collection

Rosland Capital recently announced global distribution of an Official Formula 1® gold and silver coin collection, in celebration of the the FIA Formula One World Championship as well as the British, Italy, the United States and Brazil Grand Prix races. Available in the United States and in the United Kingdom, the front of each of these limited series coins includes a Formula 1® car, the name of the event and the Formula 1® logo. Gold coins celebrating the British Grand Prix™, which will be held July 8-10, 2016, became available on June 15.

The collection also features limited single gold and silver coins with all 21 Formula 1 circuit names printed on the front and includes a certificate number, statement of metal fineness, weight, proof of quality statement, and signature of the PAMP assayer.

The back of each coin in the collection features Ian Rank-Broadley’s portrait of Queen Elizabeth II along with the legal tender value of the coin.

“We are honored to be working with our friends at Stunt & Co. on this endeavor,” said Marin Aleksov, Chief Executive Officer of LA-based Rosland Capital LLC. “The coins are not only a way to celebrate the races, but also a unique keepsake for coin collectors and Formula One fans alike. The history of the races are truly brought to life in the coin series.”

The collection is minted by Swiss-based PAMP and is in association with the global license-holders, Stunt & Co. Ltd. Go to https://www.roslandcapital.com/f1 for more information about the collection or check out more about the Formula 1® Collection from Rosland Capital on Coin Week and on Coin World.

Marin Aleksov on His American Dream

Rosland Capital CEO Marin Aleksov was recently featured in a post from CEO Blog Nation with other entrepreneur discussing the best parts of entrepreneurship. Marin focused on how he has been able to realize his American dream after coming to the United States from Sweden.

Marin Aleksov – #17 – American Dream

LABJ Talks to Marin Aleksov about Greece and Rosland UK

Rosland Capital CEO, Marin Aleksov, recently spoke to the Los Angeles Business Journal, which published an article about the opportunity that exists for Rosland Capital in light of the crisis in Greece. “The volume of buyers and interest is huge” Aleksov told LABJ, despite the fact that gold prices have not spiked as expected.

Aleksov went on to tell author Matt Pressberg that the volatility is helping Rosland Capital, particularly in their London office.

The London office opened last year, and has grown from 10 employees to 30 among a collector mentality in the UK.

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Rosland Capital releases collector’s book in conjunction with the American Red Cross

Rosland Capital has released The Rosland Capital Guide to Gold on Amazon, written by Marin Aleksov and John Watson. It describes important, collectible gold and silver coins from the US, Canada, the UK and Europe, as well as the fascinating details of coin grading, and what to look for in the coins you buy and much, much more. For every book sold, Rosland Capital will donate $10 to the American Red Cross in support of its services for veterans.

 

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