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[LSFP] An interview with the Konig Capital executive team.

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Author: Lillian Armstrong

Published on January 13th, 2020

 

An Interview with the Konig Capital executive team

 

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                                                                  From Left to Right: Mr.Ed Grey, Mr.Gunther Konig, Ms. Anna

 

 

 

 

 

Do you want to start a company but lack the appropriate funds to make this dream come true? Fear not for there is a company right here in Los Santos that can help you! This company is Konig Capital that is located downtown in the iconic Penris building. On January 11th, 2019, Los Santos Free Press editor, Lillian Armstrong, got to tour their beautiful building and also learn about what Konig Capital is all about. Also, she had the chance to meet with several notable executives of Konig Capital such as the chief executive officer, Mr.Gunther Konig, and his innovation manager, Mr Ed Grey, along with Human Resource Manager, Ms. Anna.  This interview is transcribed below along with notes about the tour and interview from Lillian Armstrong.

 

 

The Building Review

 

Remarks by Lillian Armstrong

 

I was awestruck about the beauty of the Penris Building. Upon entering, we were greeted with a beautiful lobby area. Upon going through metal detectors we traveled upstairs to the main floor of the Konig Capital complex. This area was completely marvelous with plenty of office space and meeting rooms to be expected of a company of this size. I thought then that this would be the end of their suite. However, I was wrong. Mr. Konig surprised me by taking us up to the top floor which ended up being his office suite. Overall, the building was top-class and I honestly did not expect anything less.

 

The People Review

Remarks by Lillian Armstrong

 

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From Left to Right: Ed Grey, Gunther Konig, Anna

I was greeted warmly first by Mr.Gunther Konig and Mr.Ed Grey. These two individuals were very nice. Unfortunately, I was unable to meet the entire team such as the Chief Operations Officer. There is honestly nothing that I can say bad about Mr. Konig and Mr.Grey. Both individuals exemplified professional character throughout the interview and tour process. Later during the interview, Mr.Ed Grey returned with another individual, Ms.Anna(I was not able to catch her last name). Anna also showed above average professionalism and politeness throughout the interview process. To sum it up, this team was professional and seemed to have fantastic chemistry.

 

We also learned that Mr.Gunther Konig is running for District 1 in the upcoming elections. Taken the successful that he has going on at Konig Capital I can see him as a very good choice for that position.

 

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Mr.Gunther Konig poses in front of a window in his executive suite.

 

 

 

Interview Transcription

(Transcription Process: Intelligent Verbatim)

Interviewer: Lillian Armstrong

                      Interviewees: Gunther Konig, Ed Grey, Anna

 

Lillian:  So, tell us about yourself Mr.Konig? What is your education, background, and motivations? 

 

Gunther:  Well Lillian, I was born here in Los Santos. My parents are immigrants from Germany. Hence, my German name. I joined the military when I was eighteen. After those five years, I had enough of being apart of something that big, and I wanted to stand closer to my community. So, I applied to work for the federal government in the security sentinel division.

 

Gunther: I was in the security sentinel division for a bit and eventually got up to Senior Security Sentinel. After that, I was offered the position of Commissioner of Defense. This leads us to where I am at now as the CEO and founder of Konig Capital.

 

Gunther: Oh, and I forgot to add, in between of everything, I actually had the time to study law but never took the bar exam to allow me to practice law. 

 

Lillian: That is fantastic. So, you are not only a CEO but also an veteran? That is admirable. On to our next question, where would you like Konig Capital to be in five years from now?

 

Gunther: I hope that Konig Capital will be the biggest investment company around. Presently, we are supporting a big amount of companies.  We are investing large sums of money into them to get them all set up to get their businesses going.

 

Konig: This guy got my company to another level. I have a lot to thank to Mr.Ed Grey.

 

[Gunther would point to Ed after the remark above]

 

Gunther: Alright so.

 

Gunther: Besides the fact that we are going to be the biggest in the game. We are also the most stable one.  We are expanding to many branches to ensure all markets are covered by us. By doing this, we will be able to make sure all the markets are fair if you deal with us.

 

Lillian: I see. Well that is quite noble and works right along with our next question. Let's say you have an entrepreneur that wishes to start a company in the city. In addition, this individual does not have the money to start it on their own. How would this individual go about acquiring a loan or investment from Konig Capital?

 

Gunther: It’s really really easy with us.

 

Gunther: The person in question can contact me or my innovation manager by email.

 

Gunther: We will look into the business and see how much a person needs from us.

 

Gunther: Let’s say the person needs $300,000 to start this business.

 

Gunther: We will transfer the money to the individual within 2 to 3 business days and we will have an agreement of the repayment period. This can be repaid either with stocks or by paying the amount of money back with a bit of interest. 

 

Lillian: Great Answer. So, onto our next question. What would you say is the most difficult aspect of your job within this company? 

 

Gunther: It’s probably time management. I have so much stuff to do every-day. Sometimes, I tend to forget some small things.

 

Lillian: Now that we talked about the most difficult part, let's talk about the most rewarding aspect of the job for you at Konig Capital?

 

Gunther: Great Question. The most rewarding aspect of the job is when you see the smile of the faces of the people you help. It’s the most pure and honest thing that I love about my job. There is nothing better than a good old smile, if you ask me.

 

Lillian: Wonderful! So, what would make Konig Capital the most different from competitor investment firms? 

 

Gunther: The difference is the love for the job. I have been setting up this company for a few years and it’s finally growing to a level where I am actually profiting from it. The love I am putting into this company is more than anyone else would do. I’m pretty sure Ed can confirm. 

 

Ed: I can confirm that. Nobody cares like Gunther Konig cares. He is a true American. He loves this city like he loves his country and he loves his business like he loves his family.

 

Lillian: Great. I just got one more question to ask you, Mr.Konig, before we conclude this interview. 

 

Gunther: Of course.

 

Lillian: What would you say is your biggest investment so far that has turned out well?

 

Gunther: We can’t say due to some being under a Non-disclosure agreement. Let’s just say that my most profitable investment was when I bought some cheap stocks. These stocks finally grew over the years so greatly that I was able to use the money to finally fulfill my dream of buying a building.

 

Gunther: And..so I did.

 

Lillian: I understand. I was hoping that potential entrepreneurs reading this article might see some investments you had made over the years which might excite them to enquire with you. However, I understand that these cannot be made public yet due to NDA disclosures.

 

Ed: We’ve invested in the restaurant business- Wigwam on Palomino Avenue. 

 

Lillian: Oh a restaurant? Neat.

 

Ed: Yeah, well-more like a burger joint. A burger joint with a little class!

 

Ed: You know? Where they got the buns all toasted and the amount of meat just right.

 

Gunther: I should add, the chicken sandwich is the best.

 

Ed: You can get a big fat juicy burger or a low-fat guy-on-a-diet burger.

 

Lillian: That is a great example of an investment that your company has made it seems.Let’s hope the reader will see this successful example and be much more likely to call or email Konig Capital for future opportunities.

 

Anna: Ed’s right and about your previous question, I will explain to you in a bit more detail. He’s a man of fewer words, all great people are. What makes Konig Capital different is that they help new entrepreneurs by lending them money.

 

Anna: They are also very fast, unlike other companies who call you to their office 10 times, do a lot of paperwork, and then say “Sorry, we cannot work with you”.

 

Ed: In other words, the guy don’t like wasting time, and I think that’s why him and I clicked so good.

 

Lillian: That concludes our interview and I sincerely appreciate you and your companies time. 

 

Ed: Thank you very much.

 

[Interview Concludes]

 

 

Los Santos Free Press is gracious to have had the opportunity to tour the Konig Capital facility along with interviewing the professional team that Gunther Konig has selected. We truly believe that this business has the potential to help revolutionize the business scene in Los Santos. If you are looking to start a business and might need some help with funding to get it started then Konig Capital should be one of the first place that you should consider!

 

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