Cadence Business Finance, a subsidiary of Cadence Bank, added Steven Janson and Mark Buren as managing directors, expanding the company’s footprint for asset-based lending solutions to middle-market companies.
Cadence Business Finance, a division of Cadence Bank, has committed $11.25 million as part of a credit facility for Business Interiors, a full-service contract furniture dealer and interior design consultant.
SSG Capital Advisors acted as the investment banker to Listen Technologies in the placement of a financing package that will enable the company to refinance existing indebtedness and will provide additional capital for growth.
Cadence Business Finance added Oz Lindley as senior vice president and managing director of originations for the Southeast. Lindley is based in Atlanta. Prior to joining Cadence, Lindley was vice president of business development for First Business Bank.
NuBridge Commercial Lending entered a $73.5 million, 36-month revolving credit facility with a syndicate of banks, with Cadence Business Finance serving as agent. The bank group also includes Sunflower Bank, Congressional Bank and Dominion Bank.
NuBridge Commercial Lending completed a new senior secured revolving credit facility with Cadence Business Finance, a division of Cadence Bank. The initial size of this 36-month committed credit facility is $20 million and is expected to grow to at least $50 million.
Rosenthal & Rosenthal appointed Dan Rogers vice president and senior underwriter in the company’s Atlanta office. Rogers most recently served as vice president and senior underwriter at AloStar Capital Finance, which is now known as Cadence Business Finance.
Cadence Bank rebranded AloStar Capital Finance, a division of the bank that provides asset-based lending and specialty finance solutions, to Cadence Business Finance. In addition, Norbert Schmidt was appointed executive vice president and director of capital finance.