Mitsubishi HC Capital America hired Anand Rao as managing director of private credit for its structured finance division. Rao most recently served as senior vice president at Audax Private Debt, where he helped develop and grow the company’s private debt platform.
Mitsubishi HC Capital America partnered with IT networking, cloud and consulting services provider 954 Consultants to provide a supply chain financing solution to support the company’s expansion in the commercial and government sectors.
Mitsubishi HC Capital America is expanding its franchise finance division to leverage new growth opportunities, particularly by extending its current reach into brick-and-mortar franchises in the health and wellness, recovery and sports performance sectors.
Tony Montemurro joined Mitsubishi HC Capital America’s structured finance and leasing team as vice president of sales. Previously, Montemurro held the position of vice president at both Alliance Funding Group and TCF Capital Solutions.
Sarah Henry values networking, innovation and keeping an open mind when approaching underwriting. Helping create processes that improve efficiency within Mitsubishi HC Capital America, Henry believes harnessing emerging technology is asset-based lending’s future.
Through the integration of three Mitsubishi HC Capital businesses in the U.S., Mitsubishi HC Capital America has transformed into a $7.5 billion non-bank commercial finance company that seeks to create a more seamless financing experience for borrowers.
Carl Bretzman joined Mitsubishi HC Capital America to manage and grow business development initiatives in its industrial finance division.
Kristyn Scott joined Mitsubishi HC Capital America as director of capital markets. Scott will be responsible for all small-ticket capital markets activity across the organization involving transportation, construction, industrial, technology, medical and fitness equipment.
Mitsubishi HC Capital Canada, a subsidiary of Mitsubishi HC Capital America, hired Darren Sabeski as an account manager to support business development initiatives in its inventory finance division.
Mitsubishi HC Capital America closed two inventory finance transactions, totaling $400 million, to separate specialty vehicle partners to boost their purchasing power and enhance liquidity.