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Commercial Credit, Inc. One of North Carolina’s Top 40 Mid-Market Firms

October 01, 2019, 07:17 AM
Filed Under: Company Announcements

For the eighth year in a row, equipment and accounts receivable finance company, Commercial Credit, Inc., parent company of Commercial Credit Group Inc. (CCG) and Commercial Funding Inc., has made the Business North Carolina Mid-Market Fast 40 List.

To qualify, a company must be headquartered in North Carolina, have annual revenue of $10 million to $500 million, and demonstrate sustained revenue and employment growth over the past three years.

Over the past nine years the NC Mid-Market Fast 40 awards have been given, over 170 companies have been named to the list. Commercial Credit, Inc. is the only company to make the list each of the last eight years.

Dan McDonough, President and CEO, notes the employees deserve the credit for the continued growth.

“Our employees set us apart. They work hard every day to make sure our customers have the best finance experience possible. We help our customers grow and in so doing help our company grow and provide job opportunities in our region and the areas we serve. We are honored to be recognized year after year,” he said.

The 40 companies were recognized at a luncheon, hosted by Business North Carolina and Cherry Bekaert LLP, on Sept. 23, and will be featured in the November issue of Business North Carolina magazine.

Commercial Credit, Inc., through its wholly owned subsidiaries Commercial Credit Group Inc. (including its division Manufacturers Capital) and Commercial Funding Inc., provides equipment loans and leases to small and mid-sized businesses in the construction, fleet transportation, machine tool and manufacturing and waste industries and accounts receivable factoring in a variety of industries. Since its inception in 2004, CCG has originated over $4 billion of finance receivables.

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