SBA Lending to the Middle Market

Ever since the SBA raised the loan limit in its flagship 7a program to $5MM, we have seen a number of opportunities to extend the SBA’s assistance to middle market companies seeking to restructure their debt under more cash flow … Read More »

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SBA Lifts Restriction

Recently, the US Small Business Administration issued a Policy Notice lifting a long instituted restriction on the personal liquidity of sponsors/guarantors on SBA loans.  You can find the policy notice here.  The principals of 44 Business Capital were pleased to … Read More »

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March Madness at Maggie O’Neill’s

By Paul Kurtz PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Hundreds of private March Madness parties are being held throughout the Delaware Valley, including a group that claims to have started the tradition. Two o’clock Friday afternoon and Maggie O’Neill’s in Drexel Hill is … Read More »

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Triangle Club Celebrates 40th Anniversary

It is Christmas time and that means it is Holiday Basketball tournament time!  One of the many organizations 44 Business Capital supports in our community is the Triangle Club of Montgomery County.  The Triangle Club was established in 1963 to … Read More »

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Thanks to all our Vets!

I recently sent out my biannual “thank you” to all my friends and business colleagues who have valiantly served their country at one point or another. I’d like to extend that thanks to all those Vets who may visit our … Read More »

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SBA Back in Business!

Well, there were a few sleepless nights in the 44 Business Capital family recently given the government shutdown and subsequent shutdown of the US Small Business Administration. But our government partners are back at work and just in time as … Read More »

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A Worthy Cause

The gang from 44 will be busy on Monday helping Partner Phil Rapone host his 3rd annual Sophie Jane Darr Foundation Golf Outing. Along with the annual golf outing, the Foundation hosts a Ball every February. Unlike some charities, 100% … Read More »

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What do the 44 guys do when they are not booking deals?

We hit the slopes! This year’s trip included an early April run to Breckenridge where Joe Dreyer and Greg Poehlmann shredded all The Breck could offer. A few days of breathing clean Rocky Mountain air can really put things in … Read More »

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Changes to SOP are on the horizon!

Recently, the SBA announced that it will be rolling out a new SOP which will take effect on January 1, 2014. There are many interesting and positive changes which should streamline and simplify the SBA application process for both lenders … Read More »

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Small Business Owners Take On-line Courses for Free

The Small Business Learning Center offers free online courses on the www.SBA.Gov web site for small business owners. Topics include Business Technology Simplified & Veteran Owned Small Business – Contracting Programs and more. The online course Entrepreneurship for Women is … Read More »

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