Celtic Closes Two Transactions Totaling $1.557MM

Celtic Capital completed two transactions with new clients totaling $1.557 million.

Celtic Capital Provides $3.9MM A/R Facility for Manufacturer

Celtic Capital provided a $3.9 million accounts receivable line of credit for an Oregon-based, full-service rubber and plastics extrusion and molding manufacturer.

Celtic Provides $300K Loan to Steel Fabricator

Celtic Capital closed a $300,000 equipment loan with its most recent client, a Washington-based steel fabricator and installer.

Celtic Funds $3.3MM in Financing for Trusses Manufacturer

Celtic Capital provided a $3.3 million in facilities to a manufacturer of roof and floor trusses for new construction of single and multi-family homes.

Celtic Provides $5MM+ to Kiosk Manufacturer

Celtic Capital provided a $3 million accounts receivable line of credit, a $500,000 inventory line of credit and a $1.5328 million term loan to a job shop manufacturer specializing in the medical, gaming, kiosk and technologies industries.

Mustard Rejoins Celtic Capital as SVP of Client Development

Cindy Mustard rejoined Celtic Capital as senior vice president of Client Development for the Eastern Midwest.

Istafanous Joins Celtic Capital as SVP/Client Development

Nabil Istafanous joined Celtic Capital as senior vice president of Client Development for the Pacific Northwest. He succeeds Steve Shaughnessy, who recently retired.

Celtic Provides $2MM to California Client

Celtic Capital provided a $1.65 million accounts receivable line of credit and a $350,000 inventory line of credit to a new client in California.

Celtic Capital Provides $2.5MM Financing to California Company

Celtic Capital provided a $2 million accounts receivable line of credit and a $500,000 inventory line of credit to a California-based manufacturer of custom plastic injection molding products.

Celtic Provides $2.617MM in Funding to Snack Food Manufacturer

Celtic Capital provided a $1.25 million accounts receivable line of credit, a $150,000 inventory line of credit and a $1.217 million equipment loan to a snack food manufacturer.