Alexandra S. Scoggin is a Senior Executive Vice President of nFusion Capital, responsible for developing client and referral relationships across the United States. For over 18 years, Scoggin has worked with entrepreneurs, management teams, and sponsors of small and middle-market businesses to understand their working capital needs and provide customized financing solutions that leverage their assets. She will operate out of nFusion’s New Jersey and Los Angeles offices.

Known as a goal-oriented professional, Scoggin continually develops and cultivates a vast referral network of capital providers, accountants, attorneys, advisors, and corporate restructuring professionals across the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. Clients appreciate her excellent customer service and tremendous attention to detail throughout the loan origination process.

Prior to joining nFusion, Scoggin served as Senior Vice President of Business Development at Sallyport Commercial Finance, where she led U.S., Canadian, and U.K. referral source and client outreach efforts. She was recognized at Sallyport with top sales achievement awards for three consecutive years. Previously, she held business development leadership positions at several high-profile commercial lending institutions, where she was honored for sales excellence.

Scoggin is active in many industry groups, including the Secured Finance Network, Association for Corporate Growth, Turnaround Management Association Global (TMA), Risk Management Association, 
Contemporary Credit Club, International Women’s Insolvency and Restructuring Confederation, The Professional Club and New York Banking and Finance. She serves as a board member for the New York Chapter of the TMA and the International Factoring Association’s Southern California Chapter.

She is a guest instructor at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in Los Angeles and California State University, Northridge, teaching commercial lending and finance topics to business and fashion students. She also enjoys giving back to the community and serves on the board of several charitable organizations, including Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City, City of Hope, and National Jewish Health.