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Triumph Business Capital Grows Factoring Business Development Team, Hires Apicella

April 06, 2016, 08:02 AM

Triumph Business Capital, member of the Triumph Bancorp, Inc. group and provider of invoice factoring solutions to small- and medium-sized businesses, announced the addition of Carol Apicella as Vice President, Business Development Officer. She will focus on the growth of general factoring services in the Southeast.  

"As Triumph Business Capital grows its general factoring offerings, we must find quality talent to expand with it," said Blaine Waugh, Senior Vice President, Business Development. "Carol Apicella brings years of financial expertise to the Triumph team. With her history of success, she is a great asset for our general factoring initiatives."

Apicella brings over 35 years of experience to Triumph Business Capital. Before joining Triumph, she served as Vice President and Managing Director with Sterling National Bank's Government Contractor and Payroll Finance division. In this role, she was responsible for generating new business, focusing on lending solutions to those who engage in service or place professionals in government jobs. Ms. Apicella has previously held management positions in the banking industry with Wells Fargo Capital Finance, PNC, GE Capital, and Exxon Mobil all focused in capital markets working with commercial, government contractor and staffing clients.

Triumph Business Capital is a provider of invoice factoring solutions for industries including transportation, oil and gas, manufacturing, staffing, security, wholesalers, distributors and business services. Since joining Triumph Bancorp, Inc. group in January 2012, Triumph Business Capital has the ability to offer equipment financing and asset-based lending products through Triumph Commercial Finance and insurance through Triumph Insurance Group.

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