Auxilior Capital Partners Named Third-Fastest Growing Company in Greater Philadelphia Region

Auxilior Capital Partners was named the third-fastest growing company in the greater Philadelphia area as part of the Philadelphia Business Journal’s annual Soaring 76 list, which identifies the 76 fastest-growing companies in the region.

Auxilior Capital Partners shot up the list on the strength of new business volume, totaling $901 million entering 2023, with an increase of 195.4% in 2022 compared to the previous year. The company has won multimillion dollar program contracts with brands in industries such as construction/infrastructure, transportation, banking and franchising, qualifying for the Soaring 76 list in its first year of eligibility.

“Being recognized for your company’s success is always an honor, but there’s something particularly special when that recognition is in the company of your neighbor businesses,” Steve Grosso, CEO of Auxilior Capital Partners, said. “Our position on this list doesn’t just reflect growth in numbers but the impact we’re having in changing the equipment finance industry here at home and across North America.”

The Soaring 76 rankings were unveiled during a ceremony at the Rivers Casino in Philadelphia. It marked the latest honor in 2023 for Auxilior Capital Partners, which was named a 2023 Most Innovative Emerging Disruptor as well as the third highest-ranked private independent finance provider by the Monitor. Grosso was also recently named CEO of the Decade – 2000s by Monitor at its annual Converge event.

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