New York, NY (PRWEB) September 09, 2013
Fora Financial has named Mathew Washington Vice President of ISO Relations. In this business development role, Matthew will work with ISOs, credit card processing companies, bankers, and factoring and leasing companies to provide funding solutions for their customers.
Fora Financial utilizes time-proven solutions and emerging, state-of-the art software to provide its clients and industry partners with flexible, innovative funding solutions while being highly transparent. The Company uses a consultative approach, providing custom solutions to best meet customers’ needs in an ever-changing financial market.
Prior to joining Fora Financial, Matthew worked for more than six years for lending firms in the small business space. He also ran his own firm in Atlanta, GA, where he provided working capital to small businesses.
“We are ecstatic to have Matthew join the Fora Financial team,” said Dan Smith, President and Founder, Fora Financial. He has such a strong knowledge of the industry and lending products that he’s always been able to provide his partners with the highest level of service and has consistently been able to figure out creative ways to get customers what they need.”
According to Matthew, “Entrepreneurism is in my blood. My mother has started and operated a few small businesses, and I have the deepest respect for what it takes to succeed. I will help my partners and their customers to succeed through the wide breadth of small business lending solutions we offer at Fora Financial.”
For more information about Fora Financial, visit http://www.forafinancial.com.
About Fora Financial
Fora Financial offers flexible, working capital solutions to small businesses in need of financing to sustain or grow their enterprise. The Manhattan-based company places a high value on trust and transparency and provides businesses with quick, customized financial solutions utilizing its state-of-the-art technology platforms. Founded in June 2008, Fora Financial has provided more than $115 million to nearly 3,000 customers.