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Allied Financial Adds Milazzo in Business Development Role

May 26, 2015, 07:32 AM

Allied Financial Corporation, an Atlanta-based independent commercial finance company specializing in lines of credit to small and medium-sized businesses, recently added Cherie Milazzo as a new business development officer.

“We are very excited to have Cherie join our new business development team,” said Steven Gold, President and Chief Executive Officer. “She has a great deal of experience in the financial industry, and we are confident her expertise and energetic personality will help us acquire new clients in the Atlanta area and throughout the state of Georgia.”

Milazzo spent several years with two leading equipment finance companies, early in her career. Most recently, she was with a factoring company, where she served as a Business Development Officer.

Milazzo, attended the University of South Alabama, specializes in financial business development and credit analysis. In her new role, she will find, manage and cultivate relationships with potential clients in such industries as manufacturing, wholesale consumer goods, information technology, staffing and many others.

“Allied Financial Corporation is a great fit for me,” Milazzo added. “The company is flexible and user friendly, and can help small to medium sized businesses really grow and take off. I hope my background and experience will help secure new clients for the company across all target industries.”

Allied Financial Corporation, based in Atlanta, Georgia, provides working capital lines of credit ranging from $25,000 to $3 million to small and medium-sized companies secured primarily by accounts receivable. The company, a group of entrepreneurs financing entrepreneurs, offers a unique and flexible approach to financing.

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