Join LinkedIn to get the latest news, insights, and opportunities from over 3 million companies. BBB has determined that Security Group, Inc meets BBB accreditation standards , which include a commitment to make a good faith effort to resolve any consumer complaints. Led by a team that collectively has managed over $3 billion in security industry financings, Capital One® is able to meet the needs of all types of security service providers with revolving lines of credit and term loans. Our experienced Security Lending Group will work closely with you to develop a creative debt solution – from growing your customer base to financing acquisitions.
John is Managing Director of the Security Finance lending practice within Capital One Bank’s Commercial and Specialty Finance business. Prior to joining Capital One in 2011, John served as Director of CapitalSource Finance’s Security Lending Group. John obtained his Bachelors of Science degree with a dual concentration in Finance and International Business from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. He joined the Capital One Specialty Finance team in 2013, focusing on security, healthcare and technology.
Prior to Capital One, Charles spent eight years with CapitalSource in positions on the portfolio and investment teams – analyzing, underwriting and negotiating security and healthcare investment opportunities. Before that, he worked in the Asset-Backed Securitization Group within Ernst & Young’s Structured Finance Division. Investors should be familiar with the terms – including maturities, call features, interest payments and credit quality of an issue – before purchasing it and the particular company before investing in any security. The aim of Derivatives Pricing is to determine the fair price of a given security in terms of the law of supply and demand.
The world’s leading event on Cyber Security finance bringing together industry leaders, advisors, investors and government officials. A poll of IT security pros revealed middle managers aged 35-44 who work in finance or HR departments are seen as the most likely culprits to leak company data – especially risky given the sensitive information they hold. The survey of 5,000 individuals in four countries showed 48 per cent believed the finance department posed a security threat to the business, with HR coming second place with 42 per cent.