ExpoCredit Names Basolo as VP/BDO

By Joyce Dimaculangan

ExpoCredit, a global specialty firm, announced that Cynthia K. Basolo was named Vice President/Business Development Officer. Basolo will oversee the Pacific Northwest region – covering the states of Colorado, Idaho, Montana, North & South Dakota, Oregon, Utah and Washington.

Basolo is a business development manager with more than four years of proven success in Cynthia Basolo ExpoCreditsales of account receivables financing and she has 25 years of experience in the alternative finance industry. Throughout her years in the industry, Basolo has been known as a top producer and effective manager, designed and deployed a $3 million dollar computer system for one company, and established a 95 percent customer retention rate for another firm.

Prior to joining ExpoCredit, Basolo worked for CKB Capital in Gresham, Oregon as business development broker where she was in charge of forging relationships with referral sources and working with potential clients to understand their financing needs. In addition, she held various senior positions with Porter Capital Corp., LSQ Funding Group, and Textron Financial/Systran Financial.

Basolo is excited with her new role in ExpoCredit. She revealed that, “It’s energizing to now leverage my experience and skill sets in this new position with ExpoCredit, a company focused on strategic growth and bringing quality financial products and services to the marketplace.”

She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Marketing and Management from The University of Montana in Missoula.

About ExpoCredit
Founded in 2000 and headquartered in Miami, Florida, ExpoCredit is a financial services firm specializing in providing working capital financing to domestic and international companies in need of immediate cash flow. It caters primarily to small to medium sized businesses with annual sales ranging from $1 million to over $1 billion. For more information, visit www.expocredit.com.

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