JEFFREY H. BUNIN
Vice President, Commercial Lending, Capital Lending Corp.
Vice President, Commercial Lending, Capital Lending Corp.
My occupations include: Vice President-Commercial Lending, Real Estate Sales Associate, Former Adjunct Professor at the Rutgers Business School in the MBA Team Consulting Program and owner of Bunin Management Advisors, LLC.I was on the Board of Advisors of the Rutgers-Newark Small Business Development Center.
In my previous corporate career, I was Director of Planning for a major NJ Chemical Company. In this capacity, I contributed to its success by helping increase sales from $30 million in 1980 to $350 million in 1999. I did the strategic plans, business valuations, M&A, budgets and Board Appropriations. I contributed to over $30 million of income through acquisitions, avoiding poor investments, sales and profit improvements, cost savings and improved procedures. I also have experience in metals recycling, printing, equipment manufacturing, food processing & marketing, e-commerce, etc.
My CCNY degree in chemical engineering plus my Rutgers MBA (President of the Business School Alumni Association 1997-2000) and continuing education has kept me abreast of the latest business trends and financial developments.
Specialties: Strategic Planning, Financial Analysis, Budgeting, Management Accounting, Operations Analysis, Mergers, Acquisitions, Cash Flow Forecasting, Spreadsheets, Databases, Chemical Engineering, Variance Analysis, Financial Modeling, Cost Accounting, Investment Analysis, GAP Analysis, Delegation of Authority, Vendor Negotiations, Purchasing, Lease versus Borrow Analysis, Portfolio Analysis, Joint Ventures, Due Diligence, Telecommunications Costs, Customer Satisfaction Surveys and Corporate Finance
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Capital Lending Corp.
Licensed by the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance
8417 Bergenline Ave.
North Bergen , NJ 07047
Residential, Commercial Real Estate, Business Loans & Venture Capital
Most borrowers can obtain financing. Unfortunately, too many times loan applications are rejected due to the limited number of choices offered by the lender. Financing is really a function of having the right product to fit the borrower or situation: for that reason CLC has one of the broadest product lines in the business. We are committed to offering the best and most consumer friendly loan programs available in the industry.
Next to poor management, the next reason why businesses fail is inadequate funding. Capital Lending can help businesses avoid this by helping them manage their cash flow effectively securing financing to purchase new equipment, consolidate bills, overcome seasonal factors, expand their inventory or just grow their business to the next level.
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The Rutgers Business School Alumni Association (RBSAA) was organized in the fall of 1948 to promote the welfare of the school, foster the interests and friendship of the members, and advance the cause of business higher education in the State of New Jersey. Over the past 61 years the RBSAA has developed reputation for delivering programs that help Rutgers Business School Alumni continue to extend the value of their Rutgers business education by expanding their knowledge and professional networks.
All Rutgers Business School Alumni are invited to serve on the Board of Trustees or any of its committees, which offer numerous opportunities to meet and network with other successful business school graduates, develop new skills, cultivate leadership abilities, inf luence the direction and scope of the RBSAA, and give back to your alma mater.
As a MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT, I add value by "Helping Executives Make Great Decisions", that exploit opportunities, avoid mistakes and get things right the first time. I help executives understand the economic and business consequences of their decisions and optimize their results. I accomplish this through superior business planning, financial and operations analysis and my "Letting Go to Grow" Management Transformation Process.
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I worked with COLCC from 2003 to 2012 and developed their first business plan which resulted their first large grant.
The Circle of Life Children’s Center is the vision of Dr. James M. Oleske, a pediatric infectious disease specialist, who along with a colleague, Lynn Czarniecki, an advanced practice nurse, recognized the need to create a program for children with life-limiting medical conditions that would ease their suffering and increase the quality of their lives. Dr. Oleske and Lynn Czarniecki had worked together at UMDNJ in Newark caring for children with HIV and AIDS for 20 years, giving them great insight into the many and varied needs of this population of sick children, and an understanding of the needs of their families who lived primarily in typically underserved urban areas.
In 2002, with the assistance of Norma Godin Millison, who had both a nursing and a nonprofit background, and other professionals who provided legal, financial and business expertise, the Circle of Life Children’s Center (COLCC) was born. A 501(c)(3) foundation, Circle of Life Children’s Center is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art palliative and end-of-life care for children and families in the Greater Newark and surrounding areas. More than 20 committed professionals joined the Circle of Life Steering Committee, many from the medical field, contributing their expertise to the overall design and development of the COLCC mission, ensuring that it fully met the existing needs caused in part by the fragmented healthcare system in New Jersey, inadequate professional knowledge about pediatric palliative care, and lack of adequate funding for such a program.
Start-up funding for phase I of the Circle of Life program, a Pediatric Palliative Care Consultation Service, was provided by The Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey, and the Circle of Life Children’s Center began to serve its first clients in January, 2006.
Asan Adjunct Professor in the MBA Team Consulting Program, I advised MBA student teams, on how to conduct a consulting assignment for a Client organization. I advised over 30 teams of 5-6 students each and two of my teams won the annual W. George Walters Award for consulting excellence.
was Director of Planning for Matheson Tri-Gas Inc., a world leader in the manufacture and distribution of high purity chemical gases until my early retirement from Matheson in June 2000 after a successful 20-year career. In this capacity, my efforts contributed to the success of Matheson, which grew in sales from $30 million in 1980 to $350 million in 1999. I did the strategic plans, business valuations, M&A, budgets and Board Appropriations for 3 owners, 6 CEO’s and 6 CFO’s. I contributed to over $30 million of income through acquisitions, avoiding poor investments, sales and profit improvements, cost savings and improved procedures.
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