Holzworth has more than 20 years of
experience in financial services, including commercial and asset-based lending,
equipment finance and business development. He is responsible for business
development and new loan origination in
Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Prior to joining Huntington’s asset-based
lending team, he served as a vice president
and relationship manager in Huntington’s
corporate banking group.
Holzworth is a chartered financial
analyst (CFA) and received a bachelor’s
degree from Westminster College and a
master’s degree in business administration from the University of Pittsburgh
Katz Graduate School of Business.
Kempel holds the designation of a CFA
and has more than 25 years of experience
in the financial industry and is responsible
for managing the banking relationships, as
the division expands into Chicago. Prior to
Huntington, Kempel served as senior vice
president for Sovereign Business Capital,
where he headed the middle-market
asset-based sales initiative for the group’s
Taylor will work out of the Pittsburgh
office and will be responsible for overseeing a portfolio of asset-based banking
relationships. Taylor comes to Huntington
with more than 10 years of asset-based
lending experience. Prior to joining
Huntington, he served as an assistant vice
president for Wells Fargo Capital Finance,
where he worked in their Retail Finance
Group in Boston, MA.
MidCap Advisors, LLC, a New York-based
mergers and acquisitions firm, announced
the opening of its Dallas/Fort Worth office.
David Gladden joined MidCap Advisors as
a managing director and will be in charge
of the Dallas office. Gladden will also lead
MidCap’s Corporate Development Group.
Gladden has over 28 years of corporate
development and M&A experience at International Paper and GAF-Elk Corporation,
where he held senior positions in finance,
corporate development, sales, marketing
During his career, Gladden participated in ten major acquisitions ranging
in market value from $30 million to $400
million as well as five divestitures ranging from $10 million to $1 billion in value.
of its recently closed $250 million investment fund, Monroe Capital Partners Fund
LP. Woo will lead the Los Angeles office
for Monroe Capital and be responsible
for covering the West Coast region. Most
recently Woo was a founding partner and
managing director at Moelis & Company.
Prior to this, he was vice chairman and a
member of the Board of Directors at UBS
Monroe Capital LLC: Warren Woo has
joined as a partner and managing director
The Porter Capital Corporation Stephen
Walker and Bob Reagan have been promoted to senior business development
officer. Walker joined Porter Capital in 2005
and Reagan joined the company in 2009.
Walker works out of the Birmingham, AL
office and represents clients throughout
the southeast while Reagan is based in
Philadelphia, PA and covers the mid-At-lantic and northeast territory. Walker and
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Marquette Commercial Finance: Leslie
Johnson was promoted to senior vice
president and Dan Wise was promoted to
vice president. Johnson has established
herself as one of the premier factoring and
asset-based originators in California during
her four-year tenor with Marquette. Wise
continues to manage a wide range of factoring, asset-based and healthcare clients
from the Dallas headquarters.
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