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Stonebriar Commercial Finance Names Ellis Vice President of Credit

June 12, 2017, 07:07 AM

Stonebriar Commercial Finance ("SCF") announced that Ryan Ellis has joined the company as VP of Credit for NonBank Lender ("NBL"), a newly acquired SCF subsidiary, where he will oversee the review and funding of commercial real estate loans. Ellis has been a valuable member of the NBL team for four years as the VP of Credit, responsible for reviewing and funding more than $250MM in commercial real estate loans. Throughout his professional career, Ellis has held positions of increasing responsibility in the areas of Sales, Credit and Underwriting, Documentation, Servicing and Operations. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Marketing from Ouachita Baptist University.

"With the merger of NBL and Stonebriar behind us; we are clearly focused on building NBL into a national small business lending platform. The ability to increase transaction volume in any organization is heavily tied to the competency of the team and we found the perfect fit for our needs in Ryan. Mr. Ellis has demonstrated the knowledge and expertise to efficiently originate high quality loan assets. I am happy to welcome Ryan to the team," stated Curtis Valenzuela, President of NonBank Lender.

Stonebriar is a privately held commercial finance company established in 2015 and based in Plano, TX. With financial backing from Security Benefit Corporation, Stonebriar is building a world class, multi-billion dollar platform of commercial loans and leases. Stonebriar specializes in transactions for businesses in a wide variety of industries (Business Aviation, Rail Leasing, Realty Capital, small business lending, marine, transportation, manufacturing, energy, etc.) throughout the entire credit spectrum located in the United States, Canada and select other foreign jurisdictions.

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