Small Business Lending Leader: Norris Lozano presenting at NAGGL Leadership Summit

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Norris Lozano, CEO of BusinessUS, will be presenting "Delivering Capital to Underserved Communities" at the Lending Leadership Summit of the National Association of Government Guaranteed Lenders (NAGGL). The NAGGL Leadership Summit is attended by C-level executives of 85 small business lenders from across the US.

Norris Lozano (CEO of BusinessUS; is traveling to Atlanta February 19-20 to speak to the Lending Leadership Summit of the National Association of Government Guaranteed Lenders. NAGGL serves the needs and represents the interests of the small business lending community that utilizes SBA business loan programs.

Lozano will be presenting on “Delivering Capital to Underserved Communities” with Stephanie Bitters, Managing Director of SBA Lending & Chief Credit Officer of BusinessUS. Lozano brings over 15 years’ experience working directly with small businesses in underserved communities. He has led teams in financing projects in low-income community with a total cost of more than $1 Billion, including office, retail, manufacturing, schools, medical and arts facilities, creating thousands of FTE jobs, and generating millions in fiscal benefits to target areas.

“Coming out of the financial crisis, it’s more important than ever to reach underserved communities with small business loan products,” said Lozano. “For thousands of small businesses owned by minorities, women, US military veterans, tribal members, and those located in low-income or rural communities, SBA loans deliver the critical capital small businesses need to grow and create new jobs. I’m looking forward to sharing my experiences with this important group of lenders.”

About BusinessUS
BusinessUS a non-bank lender bringing capital access to American small business that cannot get credit elsewhere, with a focus on small businesses that are underserved by mainstream lending mechanisms. To learn more, please visit the company website,

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