Gibraltar welcomes Gregg Marsicano as the newest member of its experienced and dynamic business development team. Gregg is Senior Vice President for the Northwest Region with responsibility for originating asset-based credit facilities across Northern California, Washington, Oregon, Wyoming, Idaho, Alaska and Hawaii.
Gregg is uniquely familiar with the challenges of businesses in transition and has worked for decades to help companies in the Northwest get the business financing they need to thrive. As part of several ABL teams, he has specialized in turnarounds, mergers/acquisitions, high-growth, seasonal swings, and start-ups. His diverse expertise is an excellent fit with Gibraltar’s focus on mid-market private and public companies in transition and high-growth modes.
His career with companies that include Mellon Business Credit, Norwest Business Credit, Wells Fargo Capital Finance and PNC Business Credit has encompassed roles in auditing, underwriting, portfolio management, credit, and business development. His varied experience gives him a comprehensive perspective on how to structure viable deals that work for specific situations and clients.
Gibraltar CEO Scott Winicour points out, “Gregg’s uniquely comprehensive perspective makes him a strong resource for private equity groups, turnaround advisors, bankers, and companies in the Northwest region. We’re happy to welcome him on board and excited to have his help in building on our successful foundation of growth.
Gibraltar offers credit facility capacity between $2 million and $20 million to serve mid-market businesses and their unique needs. Its customized financing solutions are helping Gibraltar clients overcome short-term capital challenges, navigate complex transitions, and take advantage of growth opportunities. For more information, visit www.gibraltarbc.com.
Interested in learning more about Gibraltar? Contact Gregg Mariscano at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re in the Northwest, Alaska or Hawaii. Or get in touch with the representative for your region.