September 3, 2020
By Caity Roach
Contributing Editor, Coleman Movers & Shakers
Coleman Movers & Shakers — Joseph R. Flumian, Lana Fidelscaia, and Seacoast Commerce Bank
Joseph R. Flumian joins First Bank of the Lake as Government Guaranteed Lending Healthcare BDO
“Joe is a dynamic and knowledgeable lender with years’ of experience. He brings proven success and his extensive expertise in the healthcare finance industry is a real asset to First Bank of the Lake,” says Annemarie Murphy, President of SBA Lending at First Bank of the Lake. “We are excited Joe has joined our team. With his deep knowledge and expertise in the industry, I am confident about the opportunity to increase our SBA healthcare lending presence nationwide.”
“Over the years I’ve come to appreciate the complexity and time constraints medical professional practice’s face in running their business and securing capital. I utilize my many years of experience working with hundreds of medical professionals to develop lending solutions that address the opportunities and challenges my clients face,” says Flumian. “I look forward to being part of a dedicated and talented team, focused on healthcare lending.”
Lana Fidelscaia joins First Business Growth Funding as BDO
“I’m excited to welcome Lana to the First Business Growth Funding team,” says bank President, Bill Elliott. “Her experience and knowledge of the financial industry will be a great benefit to our clients.”
Fidelscaia has over 10 years of experience in the financial industry specifically in Factoring, Asset-Based Lending, Commercial Real Estate, and with SBA lending. In addition, she has previously held positions that expanded her expertise in underwriting, real estate analysis, and cash flow improvement.
Lana received her bachelor’s degree in finance and credit from State University of Moldova in 1987 and earned a real estate license from Brookhaven College in 2004.
Seacoast Commerce Bank Acquired by the Parent Company of Enterprise Bank & Trust
“Rick and his team have built an extraordinarily successful SBA platform that will complement our commercial and specialty lending verticals,” says Jim Lally, President and Chief Executive Officer of Enterprise Bank & Trust’s parent company.
“We believe that now is the right time to join forces with Enterprise because there is a substantial opportunity for each of us to leverage each other’s strengths and more efficiently move toward our shared long-term vision,” says Seacoast Chief Executive, Richard Sanborn in a letter to employees.
Seacoast’s current executives David Bartram and Rick Visser will continue to lead the SBA program.