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Monroe Capital Establishes Retail ABL Group, Moser and Price to Co-Head

November 04, 2015, 07:31 AM
Filed Under: New Venture

Monroe Capital LLC announced that it has established a new business vertical, Retail and Consumer Products Asset Based Lending. In addition, Andy Moser and Marc Price have joined Monroe Capital to co-head this new finance practice group. Andy and Marc will be based in the firm’s Boston office.
“We are very excited to establish this new group focusing on retail and consumer products asset based lending. This new finance group complements our existing healthcare, technology, media, and ESOP focused verticals,” said Ted Koenig, President & CEO of Monroe Capital. “We are also pleased to add Andy and Marc to the Monroe Capital team. They are both seasoned professionals. Their talents, combined with the firm’s leading reputation, deep and long term capital base, and credit focused infrastructure, will create the “go to” financing partner for companies and private equity sponsors alike in the retail and consumer products space.”
Prior to Monroe, Moser was President and CEO of Salus Capital Partners, LLC, Senior Vice President and Head of Asset Based Lending at First Niagara Bank, and Senior Vice President and Head of Asset Based Lending at NewAlliance Bank. In addition, he has held senior level positions with GMAC Asset Based Finance and Wells Fargo Foothill Capital Finance.  Moser has over 25 years of experience in the commercial finance, asset based lending and retail industries.
Prior to Monroe, Price was Executive Vice President at Salus Capital Partners, LLC, Vice President at EMCC, Inc., a Schottenstein Stores Corporation affiliate, and Principal at State Street Global Advisors. He has more than 20 years of financial services and asset based lending experience.
Monroe Capital LLC is a leading provider of senior and junior debt and equity co-investments to middle-market companies in the U.S. and Canada.

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