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Oxford Capital Group Promotes Three Team Members

Oxford Capital Group, headquartered in Chicago, had promoted three team members. They include Kristina Cummings as SVP-accounting & treasurySam Sider as VP-asset management & accounting, and Tom Stark as senior staff accountant. 

Cummings joined Oxford in 2006 as senior staff accountant. Previously she worked for PepsiCo, where she designed and implemented a worldwide general ledger on the SAP software platform.

Prior to joining Oxford in 2018, Sider was a senior portfolio accountant in the private real estate-equity group at Heitman. He began his career in the audit practice at KPMG, where he focused on middle market-equity real estate funds and public REITs.

“Kris, Sam and Tom have been valuable team members at Oxford for many years,” said Oxford’s founder, president & CEO, John W. Rutledge. “As such, I wanted to recognize their many important contributions with these promotions.”


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