First Internet Bank Adds Gala as Senior Business Development Officer
JAN 17, 2020 - 6:40 am
Greg Gala joined First Internet Bank’s Small Business Administration (SBA) Lending team as vice president, senior business development officer.
The move further demonstrates First Internet Bank’s ongoing commitment to providing a complete range of financial solutions for emerging small businesses.
“We’re excited to welcome Greg to our team as we continue to increase our SBA lending presence nationwide,” said Mark Gibson, National Sales Manager for SBA Lending at First Internet Bank. “Greg is a top performer who has proven to be a trusted advisor to his clients while managing all aspects of the lending process.”
Gala noted, “It can be challenging for small business owners to secure the financing they need to succeed. With our SBA Preferred Lender status and commitment to responding to our clients’ objectives, First Internet Bank can offer SBA loan programs with a faster, more streamlined loan approval process. I look forward to being part of a dedicated and talented team, focused on helping entrepreneurs grow their businesses.”
Gala brings to First Internet Bank expertise in commercial real estate purchase and construction as well as debt restructuring, partner buyouts, change of ownership, equipment financing and franchise financing. His ability to manage and evaluate transactions while overseeing the loan process from start to finish will benefit referral clients, including commercial brokers, bankers and business owners.
Gala has previous experience not only as a lender but also as an entrepreneur, building and running a small business.
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