Veritas Financial Hires James Kelly as VP/BDO

By Joyce Dimaculangan

Veritas Financial Partners announced that James Kelly has been hired as Vice President, Business Development Officer. As Vice President, Kelly is in charge of sourcing and analyzing new potential business relationships through a network of referral sources in the upper Midwest. He will be based in St. Louis, Missouri.

Kelly brings over 25 years of experience in asset-based lending to Veritas Financial James Kelly Veritas Financial PartnersPartners. Prior to joining Veritas, he served as Vice President at First Business Capital Corporation. He also held executive management roles with Textron Financial, Wells Fargo Business Credit and Heller Financial.

In a statement, Brian Cuttic, Executive Vice President at Veritas, said, “We are very excited to welcome Jim to our team. His vast industry experience, varied financing solutions and diverse skill set, will provide a great deal of knowledge that will be valued by our client base.”

Kelly obtained a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the Eastern Illinois University.

About Veritas Financial Partners
Veritas Financial Partners is a leading national finances company that provides senior secured credit facilities to small- and medium-sized businesses. Incorporated in 2011 and based in Boca Raton, Florida, the firm provides financing across a variety of industries and forms of collateral, including accounts receivable, inventory, machinery, equipment and commercial real estate. Commitments range from $1 million to $10 million. These often involve facilities that blend various forms of collateral, providing the client with a single financing solution. Facilities larger than $10 million are available to the company’s network of participating lenders. Additional information is available at Veritas’ website:

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