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Harvey Kinzelberg Discusses Aspects Of Partnerships

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Harvey Kinzelberg

  • Founder, Sequel Capital Corporation
  • male
  • Caucasian
  • 1945 (Age: 77 years old)
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Harvey Kinzelberg has been Founder and President of Sequel Capital LLC & Corporation since 1992. Mr. Kinzelberg continues a successful tradition in capital equipment leasing and financial services. Sequel specialized in strategic bridge and mezzanine lending, private equity investing as well as lease financing for companies who seek cash flow and accounting advantages for their capital asset investments. Sequel, through it's 7-year partner Resource Finance Company, provided working capital loans to independent sales organizations (ISO's) who sell credit-card processing services to merchants nations-wide. Sequel has also recently expanded to provide financing directly to such merchants in the merchant-processing cash advance space, with a close affiliation with Rapid Capital Funding. In 1979 Kinzelberg founded Meridian Leasing Corporation. Under his twelve year leadership, Kinzelberg grew Meridian in more than $650 million in annual sales and a lease portfolio approaching $4 billion. Meridian grew to become the second largest independent computer equipment lessor in the United States. Prior to starting Meridian, Kinzelberg was a top salesman form IBM and was the top lease finance salesman for Itel Leasing Corporation before founding Meridian. In 1992, after selling Meridian he established Sequel Capital Corporation. Kinzelberg has been recognized nationally as "Entrepreneur of the Year", by such prestigious organizations as Ernst & Young, Inc. Magazine, Cornell University, and The University of Illinois-Chicago & Arthur Andersen. These comments are from the Roundtable session entitled "Engagement with Cornell Entrepreneurs of the Year" from the 2012 Celebration gathering. Harvey Kinzelberg holds a bachelor's degree in Operations Research/Industrial Engineering from Cornell University, and a master's degree in Economic Planning from Stanford University.

When we started, when we formed our partnership, my original partner and me, we went to our attorney and we had a buy-sell agreement. We had a partnership agreement that specified 50-50. What happens if it doesn't work? How do you unwind? You know, one gives an offer. The other decides to be the buy...(Full transcript available to logged in subscribers.).

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Video 3 of 6 Harvey Kinzelberg States Importance of Learning Accounting
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Video 4 of 6 Harvey Kinzelberg States Importance of Compensating Employees Fairly
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Video 5 of 6 Harvey Kinzelberg States Importance of Hiring The Best
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