Advance Business Capital Grows Full Service Factoring with the Addition of Lopez-Hammer and Winters

Advance Business Capital, member of the Triumph Bancorp, Inc. group and provider of full service factoring to the transportation industry, today announced the addition of seasoned veterans Adriana Lopez-Hammer and Kimberly Winters to its management team.

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Adriana and Kimberly are both experienced professionals who will help Advance Business Capital continue proving ourselves as leaders in the transportation factoring industry.

Coppell, TX (PRWEB) November 15, 2012

Advance Business Capital, member of the Triumph Bancorp, Inc. group and provider of full service factoring to the transportation industry, today announced the addition of seasoned veterans Adriana Lopez-Hammer and Kimberly Winters to its management team.

"Since our acquisition by Triumph earlier this year, ABC has become bigger, better and stronger," said Steven Hausman, President of Advance Business Capital. "Adriana and Kimberly are both experienced professionals who will help Advance Business Capital continue proving ourselves as leaders in the transportation factoring industry.”

Adriana Lopez-Hammer brings more than 16 years of commercial lending experience to Advance Business Capital. She will serve as vice president, business development for the Southwest Region and will focus on originating working capital lines of credit within the transportation industry. Prior to joining Advance Business Capital, Ms. Lopez-Hammer served in various roles, including portfolio management, process management, underwriting and business development within CitiCapital, GE Capital and TAB Bank’s commercial lending groups. She is currently serving on the Executive Board of The Hispanic 100 and is Chair of The Concilio, an organization dedicated to increasing parental involvement in children’s education and health. Previously, she served on the Executive Board of Head Start of Greater Dallas. Ms. Lopez-Hammer is a member the Women’s Finance Forum, Louisiana Motor Transport Association, Arkansas Trucking Association, the Penn Latino and Leadership Dallas Alumni clubs. She received a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of Business.

Kimberly Winters brings more than 13 years of accounting and underwriting experience to Advance Business Capital and will serve as vice president, underwriting with a focus on managing the underwriting department, due diligence process and portfolio risk management. Prior to joining Advance Business Capital, Ms. Winters served as underwriter, account manager and legal research/administration for Greystone Commercial Services LP. Her responsibilities included the underwriting of credit application packages, the investigation of creditworthiness of account debtors, and the evaluation of prospects' financial strength. As account manager, Winters provided daily collateral review, fund processing and risk analysis. She was also responsible for the completion of all closing documents for counsel’s review.

"Ms. Lopez-Hammer has an excellent reputation and extensive experience in originating working capital lines of credit in the for-hire carrier industry. Ms. Winter's knowledge and understanding of accounts receivable financing for small to medium size business is outstanding. Lots of good people know how to get things started, but these two professionals are exceptional at getting things done. Our customers will be the ones who benefit most from their joining our team," added Hausman.

About Advance Business Capital
Advance Business Capital, one of the dominant players in American freight factoring, became a member of the Triumph Bancorp, Inc. group in January 2012. In addition to its principal service of purchasing Accounts Receivables for trucking companies, Advance Business Capital stands out from its competitors by offering a comprehensive suite of “back office” services that lift a heavy accounting and paperwork burden from small to midsized trucking companies. These services include billing and collection, credit checks, break-even analysis, business training and fuel card purchasing management.


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