WHO IS NANCY GRAHAM?

WHO IS NANCY GRAHAM?

Paul gives a lift to a stranded stranger heading his way. During the journey, they chat. She’s a journalist, Nancy Graham, and she's almost late for an interview. Half way, Paul makes his usual stop for groceries. Unfortunately, just as soon as he enters the store, so does an armed bandit who's there to rob. In 15mins d robbery is over and he's on his way, chased by a fleet of police cars. After questioning by one of the cops, Paul hurries to his car, anxious to apologize to Nancy for the delay & narrate to her his experience at the store.

Paul enters his car to meet another lady lying on her side, reclined in the passenger seat, facing the door. She looks asleep. There's no one else in d car. He attempts to wake her. She doesn't wake. He turns her over & his doubts are confirmed. There’s a dead lady in his car, different from the one he'd offered a lift. Bemused, he drives off, & on the way, calls and explains his situation to 1 of his two best friends-Rick, who meets him half-way.

They can't go to the police. They decide to dispose of d body, but search the corpse for ID first. There's an ID card in her purse. She's Nancy Graham.

There's a problem. Nancy Graham, according to Rick, is Max's ex., and she just arrived town that morn. Max is the third of three best friends, & gets informed, for him to identify the body, as neither Paul nor Rick knows d face of his ex-girlfriend.

With difficulty, Max comes to the lagoon side, where Paul and Risk are waiting to sink the body. He checks it and heaves a sigh: It’s not his ex. They sink the body in the lagoon, while Max arranges a meeting with his ex., Nancy, to confirm if she was the lady Paul gave a lift. She doesn't show up, & her cellular switched off. Max proposes they give her an extra 24hrs, but by then, the cops have found the disposed body. Paul is a wanted man. Max's son's been abducted from school by a Nancy Graham. Max receives a phone call. For Paul to have his name cleared & for Max's son to be returned unharmed, Rick has to assassinate the president, Paul to plan the murder, and Max, to take d fall.

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Sani Ibrahim Mahmud
Sani Ibrahim Mahmud 1 week ago
It took Nancy Graham 20 years to become an overnight success.

“Being a wealth manager is not an easy business to build; but I knew I could do it,” Nancy explains.

As a portfolio manager at PWL Capital Nancy’s job is to help her clients be come comfortable with their wealth and how it is invested.  “The idea is to save and spend for great happiness.”   She counsels, advises and invests her clients’ money, Typically over a long timeframe for life events like retirement or next generation wealth. “I started working in tax for an accounting firm but found little work / life balance there,” Nancy reveals. “It was the right path but not the right fit.”


With 3 children, Nancy needed a career that she could build on her own terms. And she found that in PWL Capital. Although predominantly a male dominated industry, the atmosphere and culture at PWL Capital appealed to her.


“PWL Capital operated similar to a start-up when I first arrived,” she illustrates. “I liked their values; they were aligned with mine. We offer evidence-based investing, we listen to our clients and we operate with empathy. Because this firm was founded on principals of transparency and working in client’s best interests, I knew this was a place I could build my business. Empathy and education is at the core of what Nancy and her team offers. In fact, Nancy has an online video segment called ‘No Dumb Questions’  to help add a culture of demystifying wealth management and answering questions people are sometimes reluctant to ask about investing, stocks, bonds and so on.

There is nothing worse than meeting with your financial advisor and either not knowing what they are talking about, or worse, being too afraid to ask,” Nancy explains. “The video segment speaks to those common questions people ask. And hopefully makes them more comfortable.” 


Although running her own business was intended to help Nancy build a lifestyle by choice, it has been a long road getting there. “Like most entrepreneurs, you invest a great deal of time and energy when building the business. It wasn’t always easy or clear how well this would work, but I didn’t have a choice. I had to invest in my future and the overall freedom of decision making I was striving for,” Nancy explains. 
And that is why it has taken 20 years to become an ‘overnight success’. Nancy put in the work over the last 20 years to give her the freedom of decision making she desired and the work / life balance she couldn’t find working for someone else.


Now, through her hard work and success, Nancy has the flexibility to make decisions that are right for clients and for her. “I am not good at asking people for their business. But in order to build my business I have learned to get out of my comfort zone. I would look around at my peers, and I knew I would be a great wealth manager and business owner. I knew I could do it,” Nancy explains.


Nancy also takes a pride in the PWL Capital office. Located across from Dow’s Lake with 180 degree views of the NCC property, the office is modern, open, inviting and encourages collaboration. It has a beautiful open concept client hospitality bar upon entry, and each office is uniquely designed.

Nancy’s office sports a full wall collage with imagery and words important and relevant to her like empathy, compassion and respect. PWL does not work on a commission basis so Nancy is never in conflict with which investments to choose. “This is part of our values and ethics. I work in my clients’ best interest, not my own.”


Building a business over 20+ years takes persistence. Now as an established business owner, Nancy has learned to put herself first when necessary. “I choose where I engage in all areas of my life,” Nancy enthuses. “Let yourself off the hook and enjoy life for yourself. Have a support network. And love what you do.”




Genevieve onyekwe
Genevieve onyekwe 1 week ago
It took Nancy Graham 20 years to become an overnight success.
 
 “Being a wealth manager is not an easy business to build; but I knew I could do it,” Nancy explains.
 
 As a portfolio manager at PWL Capital Nancy’s job is to help her clients be come comfortable with their wealth and how it is invested.  “The idea is to save and spend for great happiness.”   She counsels, advises and invests her clients’ money, Typically over a long timeframe for life events like retirement or next generation wealth. “I started working in tax for an accounting firm but found little work / life balance there,” Nancy reveals. “It was the right path but not the right fit.”
 
 
 With 3 children, Nancy needed a career that she could build on her own terms. And she found that in PWL Capital. Although predominantly a male dominated industry, the atmosphere and culture at PWL Capital appealed to her.
 
 
 “PWL Capital operated similar to a start-up when I first arrived,” she illustrates. “I liked their values; they were aligned with mine. We offer evidence-based investing, we listen to our clients and we operate with empathy. Because this firm was founded on principals of transparency and working in client’s best interests, I knew this was a place I could build my business. Empathy and education is at the core of what Nancy and her team offers. In fact, Nancy has an online video segment called ‘No Dumb Questions’  to help add a culture of demystifying wealth management and answering questions people are sometimes reluctant to ask about investing, stocks, bonds and so on.
 
 There is nothing worse than meeting with your financial advisor and either not knowing what they are talking about, or worse, being too afraid to ask,” Nancy explains. “The video segment speaks to those common questions people ask. And hopefully makes them more comfortable.” 
 
 
 Although running her own business was intended to help Nancy build a lifestyle by choice, it has been a long road getting there. “Like most entrepreneurs, you invest a great deal of time and energy when building the business. It wasn’t always easy or clear how well this would work, but I didn’t have a choice. I had to invest in my future and the overall freedom of decision making I was striving for,” Nancy explains. 
 And that is why it has taken 20 years to become an ‘overnight success’. Nancy put in the work over the last 20 years to give her the freedom of decision making she desired and the work / life balance she couldn’t find working for someone else.
 
 
 Now, through her hard work and success, Nancy has the flexibility to make decisions that are right for clients and for her. “I am not good at asking people for their business. But in order to build my business I have learned to get out of my comfort zone. I would look around at my peers, and I knew I would be a great wealth manager and business owner. I knew I could do it,” Nancy explains.
 
 
 Nancy also takes a pride in the PWL Capital office. Located across from Dow’s Lake with 180 degree views of the NCC property, the office is modern, open, inviting and encourages collaboration. It has a beautiful open concept client hospitality bar upon entry, and each office is uniquely designed.
 
 Nancy’s office sports a full wall collage with imagery and words important and relevant to her like empathy, compassion and respect. PWL does not work on a commission basis so Nancy is never in conflict with which investments to choose. “This is part of our values and ethics. I work in my clients’ best interest, not my own.”
 
 
 Building a business over 20+ years takes persistence. Now as an established business owner, Nancy has learned to put herself first when necessary. “I choose where I engage in all areas of my life,” Nancy enthuses. “Let yourself off the hook and enjoy life for yourself. Have a 

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