Commercial Credit Makes Business North Carolina’s Mid-Market Fast 40 List For 10th Time

Charlotte, NC-based equipment and accounts receivable finance company Commercial Credit, parent company of Commercial Credit Group, Keystone Equipment Finance and Commercial Funding, once again made Business North Carolina’s Mid-Market Fast 40 List. This marks the 10th time in a row the company has been named to the list.

To qualify, a company must be headquartered in North Carolina, have annual revenue between $10 million and $500 million and demonstrate sustained revenue and employment growth over the past three years. In the 11 years that the awards have been given, more than 200 companies have been named to the list. According to Commercial Credit, it is the only company to make the list 10 times.

“The financing we provide to our customers helps their businesses grow and in turn fuels our growth,” Dan McDonough, president and CEO of Commercial Credit, said. “But it’s the dedication of our employees that truly makes the difference and drives our customers’ loyalty, which allows us to provide continued job opportunities in the region. It is very gratifying to have their hard work reach so many small and mid-sized businesses and be recognized in this manner.”

The 40 companies were recognized at a luncheon, hosted by Business North Carolina and supporting sponsors Regions Bank, law firm Ward and Smith and accounting firm Cherry Bekaert. The winners will be featured in a supplement to the November issue of Business North Carolina.

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