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Job Opportunities – Credit

*format for postings on Corporate Culture & Careers Page when jobs available:  Credit Manager ASSET BASED LENDING/COMMERCIAL FINANCE CREDIT ANALYST & DEVELOPMENT OFFICER THE OPPORTUNITY The ideal candidate will be expected to utilize a solid background in commercial credit underwriting and strong analytical skills combined with business development abilities to further the company’s new and […]

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Job Opportunities

Business Development Officer, Regional VP Business Capital is growing it’s national business development team. We are seeking motivated professionals to fill BDO positions in the following regions: *Northern California (San Francisco)  *Southern California  *New England   *NY (Metro/Tri-State)  *Midwest (Chicago)  Job Summary: Build on and nurture relationships with existing partners and referral sources Independently identify and […]

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BUSINESS CAPITAL ANNOUNCES PROMOTION

Business Capital (www.bizcap.com) announced the promotion of industry veteran Erik Ostebo to Chief Credit Officer. He was previously employed by Business Capital as the Director of Loan Syndication.  He will continue to work directly with Managing Director, Chuck Doyle, to secure financing for small to middle market companies. “It is a privilege and honor to […]

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Why Business Owners Should be Cheering for Alternative Lenders

Bank credit criteria remains tight and lending parameters, both domestically and internationally, have become more standardized. In this tight-fisted banking climate, many small and middle market companies are unable to secure commercial finance through traditional sources, particularly if funding needs are immediate or their balance sheet is not up to  strict bank standards. Fortunately for small […]

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The State of Small Business Lending

As we head into 2013, the small business lending scene is still convoluted at best. Small to mid size businesses continue to be frustrated by the lack of access to capital from banks for those with a less than squeaky clean balance sheet – which is the majority. Community banks and alternative commercial lenders continues to fill […]

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