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The Surging Impact of Non-Bank Asset-Based Lenders in Commercial Finance

Date: Oct 31, 2023 @ 07:00 AM
Filed Under: Industry Insights

Carlos Mendez, a Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Crayhill Capital Management, meets with Michael Toglia, Publisher of ABL Advisor. In this interview, Mendez focuses on the burgeoning influence of non-bank asset-based private credit providers within the lending market. Mendez covers a diverse array of topics, addressing the reasons behind banks' withdrawal from this domain and the newfound opportunities emerging for non-bank entities. He also emphasizes the importance of safeguarding against credit deterioration and pinpoints sectors with growth potential.

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Carlos Mendez
Co-Founder, Managing Partner | Crayhill Capital Management
Carlos Mendez is a Co-Founder and a Managing Partner of Crayhill Capital Management. Prior to founding Crayhill in July 2015, Mr. Mendez was a Portfolio Manager in the Fixed Income Group of Magnetar Capital, where he focused on illiquid, structured credit and asset-based investment opportunities. Prior to Magnetar, Mr. Mendez was a Managing Director and Head of the Structured Finance Group at Sandler O’Neill & Partners, L.P., where he structured new issue origination and asset-based finance solutions for specialty finance companies and banks. Prior to joining Sandler O’Neill, Mr. Mendez was Co-Founder and Principal of ICP Securities, LLC, where he oversaw a capital markets business focused on structured credit in new issue origination, sales and proprietary trading for asset-backed securities and structured products in New York and London. Mr. Mendez received a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Latin American Studies from the United States Naval Academy. He also holds a graduate certificate in Program Management from the University of Washington.
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