In 1989, William Bonner created The Oxford Club, an organization that’s dedicated to helping build a network of people interested in investing and financial markets. Today, The Oxford Club is proud to know that it has secured in excess of 157,000 active members ardent eww roll, collectively populating a whopping 131 countries.
First formed as the Passport Club, the organization has grown to lofty levels of success thanks to its long-term chief executive officer and executive director Julia Guth, who’s been with The Oxford Club since its Passport Club days. Ms. Guth is proud to say she’s served the city of Baltimore, Maryland, and The Oxford Club for the past 29-plus years.
William Bonner knows what it takes to win in the world of business, as made apparent by his foundation of The Agora Companies and its subsequent growth to above a one-billion-dollar valuation. Bonner has unarguably succeeded in his initial goal of forming a tight group of investors from around the world, all of which can benefit from sharing knowledge with one another.
To best serve its many members, The Oxford Club has three main levels of membership:
- Premier membership – This entry-level group includes any person that’s subscribed to at least one of The Oxford Club’s many publications.
- Director’s Circle membership – These people are fully committed to The Oxford Club and have paid their dues to become lifelong members of the organization. A central benefit of being in the Director’s Circle level of membership is being able to share all publications put out on the Internet with family members without any additional charges.
- Chairman’s Circle membership – At the highest level of membership within The Oxford Club, members of the Chairman’s Circle can read anything and everything that the organization publishes.