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June 17, 2015

By Bob Coleman
Editor, Movers & Shakers

David Green Joins American Business Lending as Executive Vice President

“David will be a very valuable asset to ABL, bringing a wealth of knowledge of the small business industry and SBA”, says ABL CEO Charlie Bell.

“His professionalism, knowledge and passion for SBA lending will greatly contribute to raising ABL’s prominence in the SBA industry on a nationwide level.”

His primary role will be to expand ABL’s nationwide business development officer network, including the hiring of six to nine new BDOs across the U.S. over the next six months.

David comes to ABL with more than 30 years of financial industry experience, including several positions focused on SBA lending as well as the management of those institution’s SBA programs. Green is a long time Board Member of NAGGL.

NEVADA STATE DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION NAMES PAOLA GONZALEZ NEW BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT OFFICER

“Our organization is dedicated to stimulating economic activity in Nevada by providing solutions for small businesses, and with her track record, experience and proven expertise, Paola will help ensure that we succeed in that mission,” says Debra Alexandre, President of Nevada State Development Corporation. “The time is right for us to expand our talented staff, and we at NSDC are elated to bring Paola and her skills on board.”

“It is a real privilege to join the team at Nevada State Development Corporation,” Gonzalez says. “I have had an extremely rewarding career in the banking and lending industry, and I look forward to making a positive impact, meeting new challenges, and contributing to the success of NSDC.”

After serving as branch manager with Nevada State Bank early in her career, Pola went on to work in corporate lending with Nevada State Bank, served as vice president, commercial lending with Bank of Las Vegas, and advanced to senior vice president, relationship manager with First Security Bank of Nevada before joining Bank of Nevada.

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