Michael Bogin has over 40 years of diversified experience in asset-based lending and capital market financings, related to accounts receivable, inventory and equipment, trade financing, special purpose capital, mezzanine and equity transactions. Since November 2003, he has owned and operated North Brooklyn Capital, a Consulting Company in Toronto, which provides a range of financial solutions and advisory services for commercial enterprises and entrepreneurs in the public and private sectors, covering a variety of business segments, which include facilitating real estate financings for North American based consumer, commercial and industrial Clients. He has considerable experience as a manager and underwriter of loans, financial analysis, creating and executing action oriented Business Plans, and often acts as ‘Interim CEO’ for his Clients, who are often "pre-revenue" or "early stage" companies.
Michael skills also encompass negotiations, legal matters, assisting Clients in Mergers and Acquisitions, ‘Going Public’ and new business development. Mr. Bogin has held various Senior Management capacities with GE Capital Canada, Laurentian Bank of Canada, Accord Financial Corp. and JP Morgan’s predecessor, Chemical Bank. He was previously an independent Director and CFO of Alberta Star Development Corp. (ASX/TSX), is the ex-President of a privately held Canadian Capital Pool Corporation and is well versed in public company corporate governance matters.
He is also the former Director and the Chief Investment Officer of a privately held Canadian based Mortgage Investment Corporation (‘MIC’), focused on providing mortgage financings for qualified borrowers, while minimizing Investor risk and maintaining Asset Preservation/Protection, by investing in a ‘pool of mortgages’. Operating results for the MIC had targeted an annualized tax-free ROI of 10% (or more) for its Accredited Investor/Shareholders, as further covered under the MIC’s CAD$50 Million subscription based Offering Memorandum.