The addition of Ozanich increases 36th Street Capital’s risk management capabilities and increases capacity to underwrite and approve transactions. He will be based in Morristown, New Jersey and report to Gerard Kammerer, chief risk officer of the company.
Ozanich brings over twelve years of experience to his new role. He previously served as vice president at Nations Equipment Finance and Stonebriar Commercial Finance, where he was responsible for underwriting equipment finance transactions. Before joining Stonebriar, he spent five years with Guggenheim Partners.
“We are very pleased to have Matt join the firm,” said 36th Street CEO Kiran Kapur. “He has significant experience underwriting and structuring middle market equipment financing transactions. Having Matt on board enhances our underwriting and portfolio management capabilities, while also helping to improve client service levels”.
36th Street Capital Partners is an independent provider of alternative funding solutions for the equipment financing industry.
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