SBIA Welcomes 12 New Members in 2019
April 26, 2019
2019 New Members
Small Business Investor Alliance (SBIA) is excited to welcome twelve (12) new members for 2019. By joining SBIA, each organization has strengthened their stride to promote investments and growth in the middle market. As the go-to association for advocacy, networking, and support, members access a strong, well-respected lobbying team on Capitol Hill and premier events that provide exceptional peer-to-peer networking and education. SBIA has over 240 active members that contribute to all sides of the lower middle market, and 84% of those members are Funds or LPs. Check out SBIA’s members page for the full list of members.
If you are interested in joining SBIA or have questions about membership, please email SBIA Membership Team or call 202-628-5055.
Ally Financial Inc. is a leading digital financial-services company with assets of $180.1 billion as of March 31, 2019. As a customer-centric company with passionate customer service and innovative financial solutions, Ally’s robust corporate finance business offers capital for equity sponsors and middle-market companies.
BHI USA is a part of a unique combination of a financial institution and boutique bank. The company’s main focus is financial solutions for middle market companies. BHI USA sector specialties include real estate, hi-tech, food and commodities, healthcare, appeal, entertainment, and more.
Concentric is a private credit firm based in Raleigh, North Carolina. The firm offers debt and equity to businesses seeking capital for acquisitions, growth, recapitalizations, and changes of control.
CrossFirst Bank, founded by bankers and entrepreneurs and is one of Small Business Administration (SBA)’s preferred lenders. The bank offers a wide variety of small business loans and lines of credit for almost any for-profit business purpose, including real estate purchase, business acquisition or startup, equipment, inventory, and working capital.
Fifth Third Bank
Fifth Third Bank offers a variety of financial services, including securities and investment banking products and services. For small businesses, Fifth Third Bank provides services such as SBA solutions, and other funds to meet short‐term working capital needs.
Greystone & Co. Inc.
Greystone & Co is a real estate lending, investment, and advisory company that prides itself on empowering innovation. The company offers multifamily lending, FHA, Affordable Housing, Fannie Mae, Bridge lending, Freddie Mac, sales advisory, property development, CMBS, EB-5, property management, healthcare lending, and Distressed loan workouts.
KeyBank, one of the nation’s largest bank-based financial services companies. The company provide investment management, retail, and commercial banking, consumer finance and investment banking products to individuals and companies throughout the United States and, for certain businesses, internationally.
Midwest Growth Partners
Midwest Growth Partners (MGP) is a private equity fund manager licensed by the USDA as a Rural Business Investment Company (RBIC). MGP provides succession planning liquidity and growth capital investments in established companies. The Iowa based firm specializes in the lower middle market and in the food & agriculture, manufacturing, and distribution industries.
Newtek Business Services Corp.
Newtek Business Services Corp. is a business development company (BDC) specializing in providing financial and business services to the lower middle market. The BDC originates SBA loans for the purpose of acquiring commercial real estate, machinery, equipment, and inventory, as well as to refinance debt and fund franchises, working capital, and business acquisitions.
Pegasus Growth Capital
Pegasus Capital Group is a private equity and venture capital firm recently established in January 2019. The firm specializes in providing capital for innovative and disruptive consumer growth.
Standish Management, LLC
Standish Management, LLC is a service provider that is 100% employee‐owned that specializes in fund administration services for Managers and General Partners of private equity funds, generally: Buy‐out, Venture Capital, Real Estate, Fund‐of‐Funds and SBIC funds.
Tlingit Haida Tribal Business Corporation (THTBC)
Tlingit Haida Tribal Business Corporation (THTBC) is a federally chartered “Section 17” Tribal business corporation owned by The Central Council Tlingit Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska whose mission is to engage in, carry on and conduct business to improve the economic condition of the Tribe. THTBC recently announced pursuing their first fund in formation.
SBIA is the voice and advocate for the lower middle market. Go to www.SBIA.org/about to learn more about the Small Busines Investor Alliance.