Bobby Genovese, the Mane Man

Bobby Genovese has a lot to smile about. A portfolio of winners in the boardroom and on the polo field keep this self-styled financier, entrepreneur and Chairman of the Board of BG Capital Group in the winner’s circle.

Genovese is also readying the medium-to-high-goal polo team that he founded 15 years ago to compete in Toronto’s annual Polo for Heart tournament – a tradition he began a decade ago to raise funds for heart-and-stroke-related charities.

“We’re looking forward to a triumphant season,” says Genovese of his business and polo pursuits. BG Capital Group’s roster of winners includes the Neptune Society, M & M Engineering, Tamarack North Ltd., American DataSource, Bari Builders and Nautic Distributors, among others.

Genovese is also developing a second season for the U.S. cable reality television show Bobby G: Adventure Capitalist, which chronicles the Bahamian resident’s head-turning deals and lavish lifestyle.

But when he’s not scoring goals or making deals, Genovese is devoted to philanthropic endeavours, particularly those devoted to children. Among them is the Vancouver, B.C.-based Face The World Foundation, which has raised millions for non-profit organizations throughout Canada’s Lower Mainland. “Giving to others is something that I have done throughout my life. It is both a responsibility and a great privilege,” says Genovese. www.bobbygenovese.com, www.bgcapitalgroup.com

PHOTOS: Bobby Genovese divides his time between BG Capital Group’s home office in the Bahamas, where he indulges his love of water sports, polo and tropical living, and satellite offices in Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton, Los Angeles, Toronto and Vancouver. Team Genovese in the Polo for Heart winner’s circle.

Bobby Genovese, the Mane Man

Bobby Genovese has a lot to smile about. A portfolio of winners in the boardroom and on the polo field keep this self-styled financier, entrepreneur and Chairman of the Board of BG Capital Group in the winner’s circle.

Genovese is also readying the medium-to-high-goal polo team that he founded 15 years ago to compete in Toronto’s annual Polo for Heart tournament – a tradition he began a decade ago to raise funds for heart-and-stroke-related charities.

“We’re looking forward to a triumphant season,” says Genovese of his business and polo pursuits. BG Capital Group’s roster of winners includes the Neptune Society, M & M Engineering, Tamarack North Ltd., American DataSource, Bari Builders and Nautic Distributors, among others.

Genovese is also developing a second season for the U.S. cable reality television show Bobby G: Adventure Capitalist, which chronicles the Bahamian resident’s head-turning deals and lavish lifestyle.

But when he’s not scoring goals or making deals, Genovese is devoted to philanthropic endeavours, particularly those devoted to children. Among them is the Vancouver, B.C.-based Face The World Foundation, which has raised millions for non-profit organizations throughout Canada’s Lower Mainland. “Giving to others is something that I have done throughout my life. It is both a responsibility and a great privilege,” says Genovese. www.bobbygenovese.com, www.bgcapitalgroup.com

PHOTOS: Bobby Genovese divides his time between BG Capital Group’s home office in the Bahamas, where he indulges his love of water sports, polo and tropical living, and satellite offices in Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton, Los Angeles, Toronto and Vancouver. Team Genovese in the Polo for Heart winner’s circle.

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  • John

    You guys didn’t mention his failed business Clearly Canadian. He let the company go bankrupt because he was too busy promoting the company stock instead of actually trying to rebuild the business. Don’t be fooled – Bobby G made his money by running penny stock promotions. Not a single public company that he was ever involved with has ever made it. Do your research. Start with ccbef.pk and hnin.ob. The SEC will close in on him one day. They have already investigated him once and he settled out of court with an investor that sued him. That public company was called Spectrum. Shady guy. Oh yeah, he was fined for Neptune Society as well. Like I said – shady.