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About the Podcast
Topic: Every day we read about finance and doing mega-deals, but what about finance for the average business owner? Most start-ups rely on credit-cards, but did you know there are avenues other than credit-cards? For instance, consider the valuable, yet obscure, role that pawn-shops might play – beyond “Pawn Stars”. And then there are the nuances of engaging in finance in different parts of the world – after all, there is hardly a more intimate form of relationship between two people than those that involve money. Listen-up for some really good stuff…
|Hosts:||Joseph Paris, Founder of the OpEx Society & The XONITEK Group of Companies|
|Benjamin Taylor, Managing Partner of RedQuadrant.|
About Isaac: Accomplished leader with over twenty five years of experience in banking, credit analysis, sales and marketing. Extensive networker, effective manager, negotiator, credit trained business and risk evaluator with excellent problem solving and communication skills. Entrepreneur, coach and advocate with specific interest/experience in providing financial services to under-served communities, communications, marketing and not for profit organizations. Continuing education professor, professional musician, magician and actor.
About Pavle: Heading up the Global Market Development team for the Corporates Segment of S&P Capital IQ + SNL (part of McGraw-Hill Financial), Pavle Sabic focuses on business development and has worked in UK, Europe, Africa, Middle East and the Americas. He joined the firm’s London office in 2011 and as of 2013 has been based in NYC.
He began his career at Kames Capital – formerly AEGON AM – as a Fixed Income Analyst. Before joining S&P Capital IQ Mr. Sabic moved to a variety of analytical roles before becoming a risk consultant and product manager at State Street Bank.
Mr. Sabic is regularly published in the media (WSJ, Barron’s, FT etc) and is a frequent on-air contributor to broadcast networks like CNBC on topics such as corporates, hedge fund, sports finance and M&A. He graduated summa cum laude with a degree in Mathematics and Economics from Herriot-Watt University in Edinburgh and holds an MSs in Finance and Investment from the University of Edinburgh Business School. He also has an FRM certification from the Global Association of Risk Professionals. Mr. Sabic is 2013 recipient of the M&A Advisor’s “40 Under 40 Recognition Awards.”