$28,000,000 aggregate credit. Formula driven line against receivables (including progress receivables) and inventory. Term loans for capital expenditures.


$17,000,000 aggregate credit. A very fast-growing company, through social media, needed to finance its growth. The credit was structured to finance inventory plus a cash flow piece.


$12,500,000 aggregate credit. Established a $2,000,000 working capital line with $10,500,000 additional funding to finance part of acquisition cost. Cash flow-based credit. The company provides consulting, design and implementation relating to web content management solutions.


$20,000,000. Provided working capital to purchase single family dwellings to renovate and sell within 180 days. The credit was structured based on a formula that required a certain percentage equity investment and a time frame to move inventory or exclude from borrowing base.


$22,000,000. Financed the acquisition by Private Equity of a health conscious and organic products market chain. This was “cash flow” based credit.


$14,000,000. To finance the acquisition of new facilities and expansion.


$3,300,000 line of credit secured by receivables and inventory. The company’s products are high quality racing and protective gear for motorcycle and mountain bike enthusiasts.


$15,000,000 aggregate credit. $4,000,000 non-formula line and $11,000,000 of term loans for capital expenditures and for the acquisition of another business.


$2,500,000 aggregate credit. $2,000,000 formula revolver and $500,000 term debt for capital expenditure. Manufacturer of structural airframe components and assemblies.

“I’ve known Ray for more than 25 years. He and I have worked together on numerous commercial loan transactions—he as a commercial banker and I as bank counsel. I’ve always found Ray to be innovative and laser-focused, as well as honest, straightforward, reliable, engaging and communicative. Ray is one the finest bankers I’ve ever known and of the highest integrity. I’m proud to count him as a good friend."
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