Oxford Finance Provides $7.2 Million Debt Financing Facility to Pritok Capital

Herr, managing director for Oxford Finance. “Pritok has a strong investment platform for acquiring high quality seniors housing assets nationally, and we look forward to partnering with them on future transactions.” “The Oxford team has been incredible to work with, and I was very impressed by their professionalism, integrity, focus and expertise,” said Max Stesel, managing partner and founder of Pritok Capital. “Oxford’s ability to get to the closing in a quick and efficient manner is truly unparalleled.” About Oxford Finance LLC Oxford Finance is a specialty finance firm providing senior secured loans to public and private life sciences and healthcare services companies worldwide. For over 20 years, Oxford has delivered flexible financing solutions to its clients, enabling these companies to maximize their equity by leveraging their assets. In recent years, Oxford has originated over $2 billion in loans, with lines of credit ranging from $500 thousand to $50 million.

Wielding Finance, Innovation And Policy To Make An Impact In Climate Change

Some of the challenges to humanity will include the rise of sea-level to 15% and 20% in the tropics; increases in tropical cyclone intensity felt in low-latitude regions; and increasing aridity and drought in many developing country regions located in the tropical. Thus the level of impacts that developing countries and the rest of the world experience will be a result of government, private sector, and civil society decisions and choices, including, unfortunately, inaction, summarized in the report. Forbes Asia attended the Global Green Growth Summit in Songdo, Incheon, an annual event focused on Green Growth, to find out more about the future of green growth: finance, innovation and policy. I managed to catch up with Vikram Widge, Head of Climate Finance and Policy at the International Finance Corporation to discuss the combination of finance, innovation and policy working together to make impact in climate change.

Humanitarian Finance & Grants Advisor

By having the right number, level and experienced Humanitarian Finance and Grants professionals on the ground and supporting from HQ we are able to ensure that: Adequate planning with finance guidance and management information is completed The right balance of control and operation speed is both set and monitored Fraud and donor disallowance, which most often only surfaces much later in the response, is avoided The Humanitarian Finance and Grants Team are supporting Save the Children Humanitarian effort with 5 Head Quarter (HQ) based and 7 Emergency Response Personnel (ERP) experienced Humanitarian Finance and Grants Advisors plus support staff. The team expertise is the management of large scale and complex responses finance and grants, Humanitarian donors (DIFD, ECHO, DEC, UNICEF) Finance and Grants Management, Cash Programming Financial management and Training non-Finance staff in Financial Management. About the Role As part of the Humanitarian Finance and Grants team, the Humanitarian Finance & Grants Adviser have a leading role in ensuring high standards of financial management in emergency programmes worldwide, working closely with global, regional & country-based teams, Save the Children International and Save the Children Alliance members. The Adviser has the specific role of supporting the other regionally focused advisers when on deployments/leave and support them for extraordinary Reponses.


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