Breakout Capital Finance, LLC announced that Robert Kottmeier has joined the firm as Chief Credit Officer. In this capacity, he will be responsible for credit risk management across all products available on Breakout Capital’s platform.
Most recently, he served as Chief Credit Officer for GreenSky, where he was in charge of credit risk and credit policy management across the portfolio. Before that, he spent 16 years at Capital One Financial Corporation, where he held various roles in credit risk management, fraud and exposure management, new customer acquisition, product valuation, and underwriting.
“Rob has extensive experience in managing credit risk and forecasting credit performance for multi-billion dollar companies throughout each stage of the economic cycle,” stated Breakout Capital CEO Carl Fairbank. “The addition of Rob will not only optimize our credit performance but also helps solidify our position as a meaningful player in the small business finance market.”
“I am very excited to join the Breakout team and assist on their journey of empowering small businesses,” remarked Kottmeier. “I am very supportive of Breakout’s philosophy and approach and look forward to helping Breakout become the leader in small business financing.”
Kottmeier obtained a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Princeton University and holds an MBA from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University.
About Breakout Capital Finance, LLC
Headquartered in McLean, Virginia, Breakout Capital Finance, LLC is a small business funding company providing a wide range of working capital solutions to small- to medium-sized businesses across the country. For more information, visit www.breakoutfinance.com.
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