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Charles "Chuck" Doyle
Managing Director | Business Capital
Chuck Doyle is the Managing Director of Business Capital, a leading commercial finance and restructuring firm founded in 2002. He has over a decade of experience providing senior debt, mezzanine/sub-debt,venture debt and growth capital to lower and middle market commercial and industrial companies. His firm specializes in packaging financing solutions which can include complex layers of capital and restructuring of debt, if necessary, to maximize capital value and cash flow.

While at Business Capital, Doyle has syndicated over $1 billion of asset based debt and growth capital, successfully securing multi-million dollar credit facilities and debtor-in-possession financing transactions and completed large out-of-court acquisitions of distressed companies. He has executed out-of-court reorganizations for a multitude of companies and resolved secured and unsecured creditor claims both in the US and internationally. As such, he is frequently retained as an independent advisor to boards of directors of public and private companies involved in the restructuring and recapitalization process.

Prior to Business Capital, Doyle was the founder and president of one of California’s ten fastest growing privately held companies. He also worked in the technology sector, heading up the sales divisions of both public and start- up companies.

Doyle currently serves on the Executive Board of the Northern California TMA, the Board of Directors for Raphael House shelter in San Francisco, and the Board of Directors for the Gridiron Leadership Council at his alma mater, the College of the Holy Cross in Massachusetts. He is a partner in Caymus Capital, a private equity firm focused on investing in distressed real estate assets and has served as speaker and moderator on a multitude of industry panels, including the ACG, TMA and CFA.

Posts by this Author:

The good, the bad and the ugly is often an apt phrase when working with small businesses in transition. Business Capital’s Chuck Doyle explains why. Read Full Article

Small Businesses
October 09, 2013 @ 07:00 AM

There’s certainly no shortage of fishing poles in the lending stream with lenders of all sizes becoming much more aggressive on pricing and structure. Read Full Article

Industry Trends
September 02, 2014 @ 07:00 AM