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Competitive Forces, Mixed Economic Signals Call for Creative Solutions

Date: Apr 15, 2015 @ 07:00 AM
Filed Under: Industry Roundtable

Once again, ABL Advisor assembles an impressive panel of asset-based lending executives, who at the close of the first quarter, weigh in on the state of the ABL marketplace and their expectations for the year. We spoke with Jeffery Wacker at TD Bank's ABL Group, Steve Macko at Wells Fargo Capital Finance, Keith Broyles at First Niagara Commercial Finance and Bruce Denby and Bob Corsentino at The PrivateBank's ABL group. Each cautions that while one quarter does not a year make, 2015 is poised to look more or less much like last year. Yet certain variables remain -- namely the impact of leveraged lending guidelines and the timing of interest rate increases. All agree the time is now to address the shortage of young professionals choosing ABL as a career and share their organization's distinct approach to filling the talent gap.

We thank Jeff, Steve, Keith, Bruce and Bob for taking time from their busy schedules to share their insights.

Feel free to read these four perspectives in any order you prefer.


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Jeffery Wacker
Taking Decisive Actions to Develop BDO Bench Strength
Steven V. Macko
Rock Solid Proposals Make All the Difference
Keith Broyles
While Competition Continues to Mount, Relationships Still Matter
Bruce Denby
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