Financial Partners Group Reports 33% Y/Y Growth in 2022

Financial Partners Group (FPG) celebrated another year of record growth and expansion, closing 2022 with $490 million in origination volume. FPG also reported a 59% increase in its workforce in 2022. FPG’s maturity in core markets, expansion in new segments and focus on growth teams drove the double-digital increase in volume and workforce.

“I’m constantly in awe of this team’s achievements and what they have done and continue to do to make FPG the company it is on an everyday basis,” Jeff LaLima, CEO of Financial Partners Group, said. “We’re well positioned to build on what we did last year. Navigating industry disruption, economic, and political headwinds will always be a focus. Given the vast array of partnerships across our network though – we’re uniquely situated to better support customers and vendors through the disruption. Couple that with a few new paths to market for the company, we’re excited about what’s ahead.”

“The impact of our hard asset and client development teams was a significant piece of last year’s growth, Josh Mabee, COO of Financial Partners Group, said. “The hard assets team saw 81% growth year over year, while client development really hit stride in the second half of the year, closing out Q4 with a 96% quarter over quarter increase in total volume.”

“Twenty-two was a historic year for the team,” Rob Noble, executive vice president of Financial Partners Group, said. “We’ll continue to broaden financing capabilities, stay focused internally with a continued emphasis on team support, and double down on creating better experiences for everyone – customers, lender and vendor partners alike.”

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