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Cedric Henley, Partner and Chief Risk Officer at SLR Capital Partners, meets with Michael Toglia, Publisher of ABL Advisor to discuss the evolving landscape of non-bank lending within the asset-based lending, factoring and equipment finance sectors. Henley outlines the collaborative opportunities between non-bank lenders and traditional banks in fulfilling borrower requirements, especially when traditional avenues fall short. Additionally, Henley shares insightful perspectives on the broader economic climate and the implications of sustained higher interest rates on the middle-market lending arena.

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Cedric Henley
Partner, Chief Risk Officer of Specialty Finance | SLR Capital Partners
Cedric Henley is a Partner, SLR's Chief Risk Officer of Specialty Finance and a founding member of SLR Capital Partners. Mr. Henley sits on the Board of Directors and chairs the Investment Committees of SLR Credit Solutions, SLR Business Credit, SLR Healthcare ABL, SLR Equipment Finance and Kingsbridge. Prior to joining SLR in 2007, Mr. Henley worked for CIBC World Markets from 1996 to 2007, where he was responsible for the West Coast Leveraged Finance Office, overseeing a portfolio of approximately $1.0 billion of predominantly senior secured debt. He has worked closely with a wide variety of private equity firms and strategic companies in industries such as consumer products, aerospace and defense, chemicals, industrials and gaming, lodging and leisure where he structured and underwrote senior credit facilities, mezzanine debt, junior debt and high yield issuances. From 1990 to 1996, Mr. Henley worked in the Project Finance, Energy, and Corporate Banking groups at Union Bank of California, working with environmental service companies and larger middle market companies. Mr. Henley holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Southern California.
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