First Citizens Bank’s middle market banking business provided $16 million in financing to Raymour & Flanigan for the purchase of an existing furniture showroom in White Plains, NY.
First Citizens Bank’s middle-market banking business hired Nathan Pusey as managing director and Northeast market executive and John Tyson as managing director and relationship manager.
First Citizens Bank’s middle-market banking business named Matthew Tollenaer managing director and market leader dedicated to originating and cultivating business in Atlanta and the surrounding region.
First Citizens Bank served as syndication agent, joint lead arranger and joint bookrunner on a $400 million senior credit facility for Alex Lee, an owner of wholesale food distribution and retail grocery store brands.
Middle-market businesses need relationships with financial intuitions that have deep and proven domain expertise, vast capabilities and a wealth of product offerings to succeed, but finding such a financing partner can be difficult. Brendan Chambers of First Citizens Bank provides guidance so middle-market clients can get what they need and no less.
First Citizens Bank’s middle-market banking business provided $16 million in financing to FitLife Brands, a provider of nutritional supplements headquartered in Omaha, NE.
First Citizens Bank is expanding its middle-market banking group to support the financial needs of midsized businesses in the Midwest and south-central regions of the United States.
First Citizens Bank announced that its middle market banking business provided a total of $65.8 million in senior secured financing for affiliates of Morningstar Properties, an investor in and operator of self-storage facilities, marinas and other specialty real estate assets.
First Citizens Bank named James Ligman managing director in its middle market banking business to lead expansion efforts in the Orange County and Inland Empire regions of California.
First Citizens Bank expanded its middle market banking unit to support the financial needs and goals of midsize businesses across Southern California and the Southwest.