Balboa Capital, a direct lender that specializes in small business loans and equipment financing, became a member of the American Association of Commercial Finance Brokers (AACFB), which is a trade association in the United States for independent commercial finance professionals and their funding source partners. Balboa Capital established its broker program in mid-2020 and the company supports brokers and lenders in the working capital loan and equipment financing sectors.
“We are very excited to be aligned with the AACFB and look forward to working with their network of members,” Phil Silva, president of Balboa Capital, said. “The AACFB’s core values and solid reputation in the broker industry align with our guiding principles of providing technology-driven financing products and top-notch service. With our rapid turn times, competitive interest rates and flexible term options, we can help AACFB members close more deals and get paid faster. Plus, they will experience the financial benefits that come from our broker program’s aggressive rates and commission payouts on the day of funding.”
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