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Our People

Tony Swartz


Tony Swartz is the founder and equity owner of Oxford Enterprises. He began his career as a chartered accountant with Arthur Andersen & Co. in South Africa and England, before moving to Canada in the mid-1970s to assume a position with a mid-size real estate company and trust. There, he further established his career as a consultant to an array of financial institutions. Among his achievements, Tony has consulted directly with the Canadian government on various trust company takeovers and has served as president of his real estate company, which has acquired and developed over 1 billion dollars-worth of commercial real estate, including 200 million dollars of equity capital in residential and commercial properties.

Justin Swartz

Vice President

Justin Swartz joined Oxford Enterprises in January 2013 after having worked for over six years at UBS Investment Bank in New York. Prior to UBS, Justin worked at Ernst & Young, covering the Banking and Capital Markets. His key clients included Nomura, CIBC World Markets, and Bank of New York. Justin is a Certified Public Accountant in New York and a former Director in the Power and Cleantech group. He has executed over 5 billion dollars-worth of M&A, debt, and equity transactions in North America and Europe.

Harry Stephens


Harry Stephens joined Oxford Enterprises in February 2016 after having worked for Knightvest Management, U.S. Residential Group, and Anterra Management Corporation. Harry is a Certified Public Accountant in the state of Texas and a graduate of University of Texas at Dallas. He is responsible for financial reporting, accounts payable, cash management, and all related accounting functions.

Holly Boyette

Regional Manager

Holly Boyette joined the Oxford Management team in January 2017. She is the Regional Manager over South Texas and currently oversees operations for over 1,500 units in the San Antonio, Austin, and Houston markets. She has experience managing a wide range of assets, including luxury lease-ups, renovation/value add, bond financing, and conventional garden-style.