The General Counsel at the NIR Group, where Corey Ribotsky is a Managing Member, is Yoel Goldfeder. Mr. Goldfeder specializes in PIPE transactions and reverse mergers and he has represented both small and large companies in mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and corporate financing. Prior to working with the NIR Group, Mr. Goldfeder was a member of the corporate and securities department of Sichenzia, Ross, Friedman, Ference LLP. He has a law degree from Georgetown University Law Center and a B.A. in Accounting and B.S. in Political Science from Brooklyn College.
The Children’s Medical Fund of New York focuses on helping New York’s children to get the best medical care possible. To this end, they have a number of specific fundraising goals at the moment, spearheaded by their many volunteers like President Corey Ribotsky and others.
Their goal at this time includes creating a new space for the Steven and Alexandra Cohen Children’s Medical Center of NY (CCMC) to meet the area’s need for more pediatric services. They also want to create a dedicated pediatric emergency center, since they share an E.R. with Long Island Jewish Medical Center at the moment. This means that seriously ill children are exposed, quite unnecessarily, to stresses and dangers that are commonly found in an adult E.R.
The Children’s Medical Fund certainly has a good start for their goals. They have raised over $40 million already and will break ground on the new facilities soon. They’ll need another $70 million in the next five years to complete the tasks ahead.
For those of us focused on the housing market, this piece is particularly enlightening. As the authors explain, we will need to see a price reduction in order for the housing market to stabilize without government aid.
The author explains that, “Based on Merrill’s estimates the housing market is unlikely to normalize before 2015. The supply/demand imbalance is simply staggering at the current levels and is likely to deteriorate if the economy weakens further.”
Sighting charts and analysis from Merrill Lynch, the article sheds light on the current housing issues. Certainly, these issues are pertinent to those in the financial sphere like Corey Ribotsky and to anyone looking to invest in the housing market or to purchase a private home.