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Valley Bank Closes $130MM Asset-Based Revolving Credit for Access Capital

November 16, 2023, 08:00 AM
Filed Under: Lender Finance

Valley National Bank, the wholly-owned subsidiary of Valley National Bancorp, closed a $130 million senior revolving credit facility to Access Capital, a commercial lender to the staffing industry. The three year facility includes a $30 million accordion feature to upsize as the Company grows. Valley is the Administrative Agent, Sole Lead Arranger, and Sole Bookrunner for the deal. Valley Specialty Finance offers a variety of products and services including working capital lines of credit, in-house trade finance, cash management, and syndications.

“As a leading independent lender to the staffing industry, Access Capital provides its clients with working capital so they can continue to grow their businesses,” said Douglas Meyer, First Senior Vice President, National Head of Specialty Finance, Valley Bank. “Valley’s ability to leverage our specialized expertise in the lender finance arena allowed us to provide a thoughtful and well-structured solution affording Access the confidence to support not only it’s existing client base but ample runway for future growth,” he added.

Access Capital provides working capital including revolving lines of credit for staffing companies for use as payroll funding & corporate purposes, in a wide range of industries including Temporary Staffing and Human Capital Management, IT Consulting, among others.

“This financing facility is a very important part of our strategic growth initiatives. We are very pleased to have worked with the team from Valley and our other existing banking partners to further solidify the funding of our portfolio growth. They worked hard to craft a facility that meets our needs for now and the future," said Terry Keating, CEO, Access Capital.

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