Blue Bridge Financial Hires Bona as Credit Manager

By Joyce Dimaculangan

Blue Bridge Financial announced that Matthew Bona has joined the company as Credit Manager. He brings more than seven years of experience within the industry. In his new role, Mr. Bona will oversee credit decisions for small business borrowers. While managing the credit review process, he will also oversee members of the credit analysis team.

Prior to joining Blue Bridge Financial, Mr. Bona was an Account Manager at Westlake Matthew Bona Blue Bridge FinancialFinancial Services. He also gained experience as a Portfolio Manager at M&T Bank’s Auto Floor Plan Division and as a Tax Consultant at Tax Technologies.

Mr. Bona is excited to work with his new team at Blue Bridge Financial and develop working relationships with credit originators. “I am looking forward to interacting directly with our established group of clients and the opportunity for extending relationships to new outside originators. I am excited to have joined a successful company that is committed to first-rate service and continual growth within the specialty finance industry,” commented Mr. Bona.

Blue Bridge Financial President Brian Gallo disclosed that they are adding depth and talent to the company’s equipment processing capabilities in order to better serve small business and financial clients and partners.

Mr. Bona holds an MBA in Business from the State University of New York at Buffalo and has obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting, with a concentration in Finance, from Canisius College.

About Blue Bridge Financial, LLC
Headquartered in Buffalo, New York, Blue Bridge Financial, LLC, is a leading provider of equipment finance solutions to small business borrowers and financial institutions on a national basis. Its unique turnkey equipment finance solution provides for seamless small business loan sourcing, underwriting, funding and management of community bank equipment loan programs. For more information, go to

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