Coleman Movers and Shakers — Tina Caronna Named to Hall of Fame, Brent Ciurlino Joins Ready Cap

December 3, 2015

By Bob Coleman
Editor, Coleman Movers and Shakers

Coleman Movers and Shakers — Tina Caronna Named to Hall of Fame, Brent Ciurlino Joins Ready Cap

Tina Caronna Named to SBA Secondary Market Summit Hall of Fame

Karen Bean accepting the Hall of Fame award on behalf of Tina Caronna’s son, Todd.

Cantor Fitzgerald’s Tina Caronna attended the first SBA Secondary Market Summit in September 2008 in New York.

Tragically, she passed away one month later in Memphis, Tennessee.

Tina is the SBA Secondary Market Summit’s first inductee of its Hall of Fame. She is posthumously honored for her professionalism and tireless dedication for the SBA secondary market.

Her grace and good humor is missed by all who had the pleasure to know and work with her.

The SBA Secondary Market Summit also donated $1,000 to Todd Gray’s college fund.

Brent Ciurlino Joins Ready Cap Commercial as Senior Advisor to Lending and Risk Services

“Ready Cap Lending is now the Largest SBLC Lender in the country, servicing over $1.4B in 7(a) guaranteed loans. With obtaining PLP status it is important for me and Ready Cap to have Brent on board as a Senior Advisor to help shape the direction and growth of our risk oversight to ensure we grow in a prudent and responsible manner,” says President John Moshier.

Brent Ciurlino says, “The SBLC sector of the industry has had to undergo significant transformation since the financial crises in 2008. SBLC’s are chartered by SBA, and it is important that Ready Cap as the largest SBLC and under new executive management grow and develop to serve small business lending in an exemplary fashion incorporating and fostering a culture of prudent risk management and attention to crucial elements of the secondary market in SBA lending.”

Brent served most recently as the Director- Office of Credit Risk Management for SBA where he implemented the PARRiS/SMART risk protocols and supervised the $100 billion SBA loan portfolio along with the more than 4,000 SBA financial institutions participating in the program

He joined the SBA in January 2012, from the FDIC, where he previously was appointed by the FDIC as West Coast Corporate Manager of Asset Marketing at the onset of the Financial Crisis in 2009.


2016 Southeastern Small Business Lenders Conference, March 6, 2016, South Carolina