PEMBROKE PINES, Fla., Feb. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Sunshine Capital, Inc. (Pink Sheets: SCNP) today announced that micro-cap stock magnate and mergers-acquisitions expert Daniel J. Duffy has agreed to join the Company's Advisory Board.
Mr. Duffy is currently incarcerated in Florida and fighting his 2010 conviction in a murder-for-hire case. Mr. Duffy has also agreed that he will not be compensated for being on the Advisory Board to ensure compliance with Florida DOC Administrative Code, Title 33, which would prohibit such compensation.
"It is an honor to have Mr. Duffy with us, advising us on corporate structure, mergers and acquisitions, and building shareholder value," stated President and CEO of Sunshine Capital, Inc., Mr. Lindel Regis. "This step is what this Company needs, and even though Mr. Duffy is incarcerated, no one can ever dispute what he has done in the stock market as a trader, President and CEO of multiple public companies."
On November 30, 2015 Mr. Duffy signed a three book deal with Sunshine Capital, Inc. Now Mr. Duffy will advise the Company on how to execute many of the proven strategies he has been trained to do, to allow Sunshine Capital, Inc. to rapidly achieve its goals and build shareholder value.
"I will use all my knowledge of the markets and my extensive experience in mergers and acquisitions to ensure that Sunshine Capital, Inc. grows rapidly, just like in 2003 when I took my first public Company from a zero asset company to well over $140M company in executed and pending mergers and acquisitions," stated Advisory Board Member Daniel J. Duffy. "In the next thirty days the shareholders can expect to see dramatic changes to the Company that will benefit all shareholders."
Mr. Duffy, a graduate from St. John's University with a degree in Business Management, has a history as one of the best micro-cap stock traders and President and CEO of multiple public companies. Mr. Duffy's knowledge in public companies, financing, capital raising, and mergers and acquisitions is indisputable.
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SOURCE Sunshine Capital, Inc.