Prince Harry attended the 15th Annual BGC Charity Day at Canary Wharf and put his negotiating and investing skills into good use. He was able to rase £1BILLION in funds. 

On Wednesday morning, the prince, along with many celebrities, took to the phones to secure top-dollar deals in the financial district of London, as reported by People magazine. His efforts led to the closing of a deal worth over a billion dollars.

Specifically, the prince was able to close a government bond worth 1 billion ($1.25 billion) for a charity honoring those who died during the 9/11 attack of the World Trade Center. According to Sarah Hajibagteri, this is a mean feat, because it is one of the largest trades in the market in the last five years.

Prince Harry just closed a £1 BILLION UK Sterling government bond trade - known as Gilts. One of the largest trades in the market over the past 5 years,” she tweeted. 

It can be remembered that the 9/11 attack of the World Trade Center resulted in the deaths of 658 Cantor Fitzgerald and caused the lives of the 61 EuroBrokers employees. 

A certain portion of the money earned during the event was also allotted to Harry’s Invictus Games Foundation, which prepares adaptive sports contests that veterans and serving armed forces members can join in. 

Harry has been quite busy with his causes lately. Before going to this charity day and closing this massive deal, Harry also marked the 5th anniversary of the first contests of the Invictus Games charity. On Tuesday evening, the prince gave praise to the athletes who transformed how the world views disability and mental health. 

The prince refused to take credit for the charity alone with all its achievements. "We merely created a platform in order for them to shine and it’s genuinely been one of the greatest honors of my life to get to know all you guys and to see you through this process,” Harry said on the anniversary.

“We’ve had some laughs, we’ve had some tears, and I can’t ever thank you enough for the impact that you have had across the world, to be able to create a better understanding for those people who put the uniform on," Harry added.

meghan-markle-prince-harry The Duchess and Duke of Sussex are pictured on Jan. 14, 2019, in Birkenhead, United Kingdom. Danny Lawson/WPA Pool/Getty Images