Our business has grown significantly in the ten years that we have been operating as Gibraltar Business Capital, causing us to more than double the size of our team in that period. The past few years have been especially busy, as we’ve gained access to more capital with which to serve and support more middle-market companies in transition. Now, as the pandemic is changing the world in which we all operate, we have found our services — and our experience in helping companies meet unique challenges — more in demand than ever.
To meet this need effectively, we are further expanding our critical Operations and Credit teams.
Gibraltar welcomes Paulina Nenadovic to our Operations group in the role of Collateral Analyst. In her new role, she will review and analyze the assets our clients use as collateral. Paulina started her career with JP Morgan Chase/Bank One in Chicago as the Assistant to the Regional Credit Executive of Private Client Services. In that role, she monitored the region’s loan portfolio for delinquencies and defaults. She then became the Assistant Branch Manager for Commerce Bank, where she monitored compliance and bank policies, trained staff on customer service delivery, and managed resolution on customer issues. She graduated from University of Illinois at Chicago with a Bachelor’s in Finance.
“Paulina is an excellent resource for the entire Gibraltar team as we work to develop the right borrowing base and loan structure to maximize liquidity for our clients,” said VP of Operations Agnes Falconer.
On the Credit side, Todd Seehase will be joining us as a Senior Vice President and Account Executive. Todd brings thirty years of experience underwriting and managing a combination of middle market, asset-based, and leveraged loans in various roles at RBS Citizens Bank, FirstMerit, and JP Morgan. Most recently, he served as a Senior Portfolio Manager in Sterling National Bank’s asset based lending group.
“We are excited to add Todd to our group,” said Chief Credit Officer Mark Stoeberl. “His expertise fits in perfectly with the direction Gibraltar is taking in focusing on our asset-based lending capabilities.”