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Jeremiah Silkowski formed SQN Capital Corporation in 2005 to provide asset-backed and equipment-based financing to underserved sectors of the market with a focus on business- essential assets and equipment. In 2007, Jeremiah formed the Investment Manager as a joint venture and serves as President and Chief Executive Officer. Since then, the Investment Manager has grown to manage a number of public and private funds under the SQN Alternative Investment Funds umbrella which are designed specifically to bring collateralised, non-correlated investments to the registered investment advisor and private wealth management community. Jeremiah is also responsible for the formation of SQN Realty Finance, LLC which focused on direct investments in commercial real estate in the Southwest of the United States and the SQN Special Opportunity Fund which is focused on providing financing for modular accommodations and panelised building systems throughout the world. Under SQN’s SEC Registered Investment Advisor, Jeremiah is also responsible for its growth into separate account management for insurance companies throughout the United States. Jeremiah also serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of the SEC Registered and FINRA Member broker/dealer, SQN Securities, LLC. Prior to SQN Capital Corporation, Jeremiah spent thirteen years with one of the largest independent privately-held equipment finance companies in the United States, most recently, as Senior Vice President of Operations.
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