Oxford Finance Provides $7.2 Million Debt Financing Facility to Pritok Capital
There are 50,000 people in town on any given summer day, she said, and with two officers and a supervisor on duty for each shift there isnt an overabundance of officers. Besides summer cops and those hired to direct traffic, the town currently has 19 full-time year-round police officers on staff, which is considered a full complement. We dont know where the number came from but were going to do the research, Lynn said, and added that shell present her findings at the forum. I cant have anything in August, she added.
Serbian PM moves to oust finance minister, risking election
1, 2013 ALEXANDRIA, Va., Aug. 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ –Oxford Finance LLC (“Oxford”), a specialty finance firm that provides senior debt to life sciences and healthcare services companies, today announced that it closed a $7.2 million senior secured term loan with Pritok Capital (“Pritok”). Proceeds of the term loan were used to acquire Nentwick Care Center, a 100-bed skilled nursing facility located in East Liverpool, Ohio. “Oxford is very pleased to provide capital to Pritok for the acquisition of Nentwick Care Center,” said Christopher A. Herr, managing director for Oxford Finance.
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On Sunday, Dinkic offered to give up his economy portfolio as part of a cabinet reshuffle, but retain the position of finance minister. Dacic said the offer fell short. “Economy and finance are the most important issues for the future of Serbia and we need an additional impetus here,” he said. “We have no time for mistakes.” In response, Dinkic accused Dacic of “pure politicking” to cement his own position as premier.
insurer American International Group Inc is still in talks about selling its aircraft leasing unit to a Chinese consortium after missing a July 31 deadline to close the $4.8 billion deal, sources said. * Austrian packaging group Constantia Flexibles has hired banks for an initial public offering that could take place this year, sources familiar with the situation said on Thursday. * Terra Firma Capital Partners, the buyout group run by dealmaker Guy Hands, is close to agreeing a deal to sell its Northern Irish gas distribution company Phoenix Energy Holdings Group to Hastings Funds Management, Bloomberg reported on Thursday.