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Since 1993 Remington Financial Group has built a successful track record of closing the most challenging debt, mezzanine, and equity capital transactions. Our clients receive the best access to commercial capital. We have strong connections to hundreds of active funding sources across the capital stack.
Jeff Blumenthal for the Philadelphia Business Journal mentioned how McManus got 16 years for bilking 2,000 clients out of $26M, "Matthew McManus, former co-owner of Remington Financial Group, was sentenced to 16 years in prison Tuesday for his role in bilking nearly 2,000 clients out of $26 million in a wide-ranging fraud scheme. Federal prosecutors in Philadelphia said the scheme involved Remington clients who had hoped to secure development loans for construction projects. Over the years, McManus had arranged financing for some of the largest projects in the area, prosecutors said. McManus, 46, of Glenside, Pa., was convicted at trial on February 19 while all of his co-defendants pleaded guilty."
Billing Manager (Former Employee) says"Nice place nice people close contact with clients Cons: terrible new manager"
a neglected philly fan says"@THEKID_ @Tim_McManus Hey mike, foles sucks now."
Nick Giacobbe says"McManus falls about 19 points. I score the 4th most points in my league but lose week 1. Sucks to start the season… https://t.co/p7EgWDeJyh"
Interview Prince Reyno 🤴🏻 says"@RealBirdLawyer @L_The_Ideal Imagine thinking that McManus sucks"
🦅Cane & Ice 🦅 #EaglesVsEverybody 🦅 (0-1) says"@Boston__Sucks @Tim_McManus Doug probably wanted to see what the rookies and Ward could do #Sarcasm"
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