Geoff Stenger is a Senior Vice President with Kaufman Hall’s Treasury and Capital Markets practice, specializing in bond issuance, private placements, and treasury management. His expertise includes bank credit financing solutions and treasury operations consulting. Mr. Stenger has more than a decade of experience assisting clients in evaluating their capital structure, identifying and implementing efficiency improvements, and creating value from their treasury function.

Prior to joining Kaufman Hall, Mr. Stenger was a commercial banker in J.P. Morgan’s healthcare and higher education group, where his responsibilities focused on private debt transactions, working capital optimization, and treasury services solutions. He assisted clients with a range of projects, including joint venture financings, revenue cycle integration with treasury services, and payables strategy implementation.

Mr. Stenger has an M.B.A. in Finance from the University of Dallas, and a B.S. in Integrated Science and Technology with a minor in Materials Science from James Madison University.

Specialty:

Treasury & Capital Markets

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Securing Temporary Bank Liquidity in Uncertain Times

Hospitals and health systems now face gale-force headwinds in the generation of operating cash flow from a combination of critical imbalances. Read more on securing additional bank liquidity in these times.
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