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Blue Hills Bank’s ABL Team Closes $10MM Credit Facility With T2 Computing

November 17, 2016, 07:33 AM
Filed Under: Technology

Blue Hills Bank announces the closing of a $10 million senior credit facility with T2 Computing, Inc., an information technology hardware sales and service company based out of New York. Led by senior vice president, head of asset-based lending Keith Broyles, Blue Hills Bank worked with T2 Computing’s management team to provide them the capital they need to grow their business.

“It’s common for every business owner or operator to believe their business is unique. What is uncommon is to find a banking partner that actually understands that uniqueness and is willing and able to meet you there,” comments T2 Computing’s CEO Jerry Gepner. “It is also standard lip service to claim to have a financial or banking ‘partner.’ It’s quite something else to truly have one. I am pleased to be working with Keith and Blue Hills Bank and am very confident that they will be right there with us as we grow.”

T2 Computing is a unique IT solutions company that resolves a vast range of challenges leading companies face in today’s technology driven marketplace.  With its seasoned management team, T2 Computing represents forward-thinking expertise and superior client commitment.

“When you can meet the needs and objectives of a growing company under their timeframe, it’s a good day,” comments Broyles. “We are looking forward to working with T2 Computing, helping them achieve their goals for many years to come and doing the same for other companies as we continue to grow.”

Blue Hills Bank is a full-service community bank headquartered in Hyde Park, MA. With assets of more than $2.3 billion, the bank serves customers in Eastern Massachusetts and Nantucket online and through its 18 branches and loan offices. Founded in 1871 as Hyde Park Savings Bank, the Bank is celebrating its 145th year in business.

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