David Nayor Joins 44 Business Capital, A Division of Berkshire Bank, as First Vice President, SBA Lending for NY and CT

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David Nayor joins 44 Business Capital with over 15 years SBA lending experience both regionally and nationally.

We look for David to establish our brand in Westchester County, NY and surrounding regions to leverage his national and franchise SBA lending experience.” Said Greg Poehlmann, Senior Vice President, 44 Business Capital.

44 Business Capital, a Division of Berkshire Bank announce the hiring of David Nayor of Pound Ridge, New York as First Vice President, SBA Lending for the NYC, Westchester County, NY and Fairfield County, Connecticut market. Nayor has most recently served as Chief Financial Officer for Live Media Group Holdings, LLC, New York, NY.

Nayor formerly served as co-president and chief operating officer of BoeFly, LLC, New York, NY creating, launching and operating the online marketplace platform for the origination of small business and commercial loans. A finance graduate of Lehigh University, Nayor has held a variety of financial positions at United Western Bank NYC and Business Loan Express, New York, NY. Nayor will be responsible for building relationships to support the small business community in the New York City, Westchester County, NY, Long Island, NY as well as the Fairfield County, Connecticut territories.

“As a division of Berkshire Bank, 44 Business Capital will continue to leverage our staff’s national experience to build out an exceptional SBA lending platform that will serve the SBA’s mission on a larger scale,” stated Greg Poehlmann, Senior Vice President of Business Banking.

“To that end, we are extremely excited to have David Nayor join our experienced sales team. David has SBA lending experience on both a regional and national level. We will look for David to establish our brand in Westchester County, NY and the surrounding regions but hope to leverage his national and franchise lending experience in the future to continue scaling our business,” said Poehlmann.

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