SAN FRANCISCO, CA (PRWEB) OCTOBER 14, 2015 – Business Capital (http://www.bizcap.com), a leading commercial finance firm, announced the recent addition of Reed Upson as Business Relationship & Credit Manager. He will play a central role in managing and developing relationships, underwriting credit transactions, and working with partners and clients to structure and deploy commercial financing for small to mid-sized businesses.
“We are excited to have added such a key member to our team. Reed brings dedication, smarts, and banking experience to our growing team,” said Chuck Doyle, Managing Director of Business Capital. “With Reed on board, we will continue to widen our network of industry relationships, increase our underwriting capabilities and augment our capacity to be highly responsive to both our clients and partners. Based on his extraordinary history, it’s also great to know that Reed can handle whatever we throw at him!”
As a former scholar athlete, Reed graduated with honors while successfully balancing his studies, internships, regular surfing and also managed to lead the Dominican lacrosse team to their first ever NCAA trophy. Prior to joining Business Capital, he has worked in the commercial banking and finance industries, most recently as an underwriter with New Resource Bank in San Francisco, helping small to mid-sized businesses acquire the necessary capital they need to grow. Reed earned both his B.A. in Business Administration and his M.B.A. at Dominican University of California.
Business Capital, founded in 2002, is a leading commercial finance firm specializing in originating, underwriting and securing customized debt based solutions for rapidly growing as well as distressed small and middle market companies nationwide who require a unique, timely and tailored financing structure to address their particular needs. In situations where conventional capital sources are not an option, Business Capital has repeatedly delivered recapitalization and restructuring solutions to a broad assortment of private and public companies seeking additional liquidity.