The International Factoring Association appointed Meg Roberson of Gulf Coast Business Credit a new advisory board member.

In her role as senior vice president and national sales manager for Gulf Coast Business Credit, Roberson manages a national team of sales, underwriting and marketing professionals and is responsible for new, organic and acquisition originations as well as creating and maintaining a quality brand for Gulf Coast Business Credit.

“For almost 14 years, GCBC has greatly benefitted from Meg’s industry knowledge and unmatched work ethic,” Wade Hladky, president and CEO of Gulf Coast Business Credit, said. “We are excited for her to share those same strengths with the whole industry as an IFA advisory board member.”

“We are excited to welcome Meg Roberson to the IFA advisory board,” Bert Goldberg, executive director of the IFA, said.

Members of the IFA advisory board serve a two-year term and assist the IFA in broadening the public understanding of the uses and benefits of factoring and help to both design training programs and foster new ideas to benefit the IFA’s member organizations.

Gulf Coast Business Credit offers asset-based lending and accounts receivable finance solutions to small and middle market companies located throughout the country.

The IFA is headquartered in Avila Beach, CA, with more than 450 corporate members, including factoring companies, asset-based lenders and other receivables finance companies.