Small Business Owner in Los Angeles, California
Marin Aleksov founded Rosland Capital in 2008 and serves as the CEO.
Born in Stockholm, Sweden, Aleksov grew up playing hockey and traveled extensively around the world. Aleksov began his college studies in Sweden before moving to the United States as part of a study abroad program.
While attending college, he worked part-time at Merit Financial and eventually made the move to full-time, working as a comptroller. Responsibilities included handling payroll and inventory control.
Rosland Capital is a precious metal firm that offers bullion and bars in gold, silver, platinum and palladium. Its principal office is located in Los Angeles, California.
Aleksov and Rosland strive to educate consumers on the potential benefits of buying precious metals and metal-backed IRAs.
Aleksov is often interviewed (LA Times, CBS News, The Street) and has twice been featured by the Los Angeles Business Journal. Rosland Capital has also been recognized with an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau and a AAA rating from the Business Consumer Alliance.
Marin Aleksov expanded Rosland Capital into the United Kingdom in 2014. Separate, independent Rosland companies also serve Paris, France and Munich, Germany.
In 2016, Rosland Capital was named the official, exclusive distributor of the Formula 1® Coin Collection. In collaboration with Stunt & Co. and PAMP, the collection celebrates the most well-known Formula 1® races. "We are honored to be working with our friends at Stunt & Co. on this endeavor," said Marin Aleksov. "The coins are not only a way to celebrate the races, but also a unique keepsake for coin collectors and Formula One fans alike. The history of the races are truly brought to life in the coin series."
In addition, Rosland Capital is the licensee for the PGA TOUR, International Tennis Federation (ITF) and British Museum products. With its specialty sports coin collection, Rosland Sport pays tribute to legendary athletes such as Michael Schumacher, Sir Jackie Stewart, Ayrton Senna, Arnold Palmer and Fernando Hierro with their own memorabilia.