Join fellow Conference members for a half-day Education
Seminar on April 6 at the
Save the following dates:
President’s Panel, June 8 at
the Sheraton Universal Hotel,
and the Annual Summer BBQ,
on August 3 at the Sheraton Universal Hotel.
The Chapter has announced its board and
officers for 2011: Mark A. Luciani, president, CIT
Commercial Services; Collin Mackie, vice president, A/R Funding, Inc.; Katherine Houser, treasurer, Wells Fargo Capital Finance; Amanda
Watkins, secretary, Regions Business Capital;
David Shelnutt, chapter director, Carolina First
Bank, a Trademark of TD Bank, N.A.
The Carolinas Chapter is also pleased
to announce a new “Young Professionals”
program for 2011. Any young professional,
working in the ABL, factoring or finance
industry, will be able to join for a reduced
annual membership fee.
The Chapter co-hosted a joint networking
event with the TMA Tampa Chapter at the
Tampa Yacht and Country Club.
On March 23, the Chapter hosted the
Opening Reception at CFA’s Senior Leadership Summit at PGA National Resort and
Spa in Palm Beach Gardens, FL.
A luncheon will be held at Bimini Boatyard in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
On May 10, the Chapter will be hosting
a luncheon and education event at the
Country Club of Boca Raton.
The Chapter hosted the program 2011
Economic Outlook: Houston and Beyond at
Le Grand Salon at La Colombe d’Or Mansion
on February 2. Presenter Barton Smith,
Ph.D., professor of economics, emeritus, of
the University of Houston, discussed the
current economic climate and its impact on
Houston, as well as the rest of the country.
Save the date for the premier lunch
panel on June 8.
On March 24, members of the Chapter and
the Birmingham NFA Chapter enjoyed networking at the Barber Vintage Motorsports
Museum in Birmingham.
Monroe Capital Announces Close on $250 Million Fund Targeted to Middle Market Businesses
Monroe Capital Partners Fund LP
The latest Monroe Fund will target
middle market and lower middle market companies
having strong management teams and
minimum EBITDA of $3 million.
new business inquiries contact:
Thomas C. Aronson
Michael J. Egan
■ Middle market companies starting at
$3 million EBITDA
■ Private equity sponsored
■ Privately held
■ Woman-and-minority-owned businesses
■ Headquartered in the U.S. or Canada
■ Bridge loans
■ Growth capital
■ Balance sheet restructurings
■ Leveraged recapitalizations
■ One-stop financings
■ Senior and junior debt
■ Second-lien or last out loans
■ Mezzanine debt
■ Club or syndicated investments
■ Equity co-investments