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Last updated on Thursday, October 23, 2014, 2:55 pm

Geoff Anderman

Anderman Launches Commercial Finance Company

Turning Point Capital, a specialized commercial finance company that provides no-fee, no-obligation consultations to business owners, entrepreneurs and real estate investors, announced its formation Oct. 10. The new venture, with offices in Rogers and Chicago, is led by CEO Geoff Anderman, the chief financial officer at headwear and apparel company Infinity Product Group of Rogers. Anderman said he will continue in that role with IPG, where he has held an executive leadership position since August 2010. Anderman, 34, explained the Turning Point venture will serve both the Northwest Arkansas and Chicago markets because he is based in Chicago. Anderman, his wife and their newborn relocated there in 2013 for family reasons, and he said he spends about 10 days a month in Northwest Arkansas. Anderman... [ MORE ]

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