In part two of a series on improving corporate social responsibility, Brittany Hooper of LSQ shifts the focus to environmental, social and governance initiatives in the supply chain and how working capital solutions like supply chain finance can provide benefits for all stakeholders.
Lending in 2022 presents a new host of challenges for financing providers of all types. Inez M. Markovich and Howard Brod Brownstein break down how lenders and borrowers will need to adjust their expectations and requirements.
In the first half of a two-part series, Suzanne Konstance of Wolters Kluwer Compliance Solutions explains how lenders can improve their risk management processes and portfolio performance by effectively managing liens.
Over a more than 35-year career in bankruptcy law, Natalie Ramsey has helped shape the discipline, working on prominent cases and sharpening her own skill set en route to becoming partner and co-chair of the bankruptcy and reorganizations group at Robinson+Cole.
Howard Brownstein, president and CEO of the Brownstein Corporation, has had a legendary career in the turnaround management and asset-based lending industries. He recollects his professional saga as a turnaround and crisis management professional and the evolution of a continuously vibrant profession.
Courtney Jeans, who took over as head of Regions Business Capital earlier this year, has held many roles in the asset-based lending industry over the last two decades, but closing deals to help clients accomplish objectives has always been his passion.
Mark Forti knew he wanted to be in asset-based lending before it became a multi-billion-dollar industry. Now head of originations at Callodine Commercial Finance, Forti is still passionate about the “hunt” of the deal.
Tree Buckingham has been a pioneer in the asset-based lending space for 30 years. Always eager to learn more, take on new roles and explore advancing technology, Buckingham is already on to her next great endeavor with Mountain Ridge Capital.
Marty Battaglia may be in what he calls the “twilight of his career,” but what a career it has been. Currently focusing on strategic planning for Eclipse Business Capital, Battaglia has spent 40 years building asset-based lending groups.
A natural at identifying hidden potential, Kristin Maxell is a positive disruptor who believes change fuels innovation, solves challenges and helps organizations retain a competitive edge.