Ryan McCarty Joins TCI Business Capital

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TCI Business Adds Experienced Sales Professional to Expanding Team

Ryan's knowledge, motivation, and enthusiasm makes him a strong asset to our company. He ability to understand the financial needs of prospective clients and offer creative solutions to help them succeed.

TCI Business Capital (http://www.tcicapital.com) a leading invoice factoring company, is proud to announce Ryan McCarty has joined the company as AVP Business Development. In this sales role, McCarty will provide small and mid-size companies financing products tailored to meet their business needs.

McCarty has experience working with businesses with both short and long-term sales cycles. His knowledge of the workings of companies in a variety of industries, across the United States, is beneficial to clients and enables him to customize invoice factoring programs to meet the client’s needs.

Mark Zitzewtiz, Senior Vice-President at TCI Business Capital says the addition of McCarty will bring more opportunity to the organization. "Ryan's knowledge, motivation, and enthusiasm makes him a strong asset to our company. He ability to understand the financial needs of prospective clients and offer creative solutions to help them succeed."

About TCI Business Capital

TCI Business Capital, a division of Fidelity Bank, is a financial services company founded in 1994, The company is headquartered in Burnsville, Minnesota and operates nationwide. TCI Business Capital provides a full range of business financial services including: invoice factoring, accounts-receivable management, credit analysis, risk assessment, treasury services and more. The company is proud to be recognized for its reliability, flexibility, responsiveness, innovative products, customer service, and exemplary corporate citizenship.

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