American Business Lending is pleased to announce that David D. Doria has joined the company as Senior Vice President, Business Development. Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, Doria is responsible for originating SBA loans primarily secured by real estate.
A banking veteran with close to 30 years of experience in the industry, Doria has spent most of his career in commercial lending and credit. He has been a Senior Vice President for a national bank, a bank Chief Credit Officer, and a Regional Credit Manager over four western states. He was also an SBA Division Manager for a 12-state regional bank and he led the SBA division from an annual loan volume of $30 million to $60 million in one year.
Most recently, he served as a Senior Vice President at Titan Bank, where he managed the bank’s national SBA lending program. Before that, he was Vice President – Manager Small Business Lending at Mountan America Federal Credit Union, where he was a top national SBA lender.
Doria has served on a regional board and leadership committee for the National Association of Guaranteed Lenders and on the advisory board of the Utah Small Business Development Centers, a division of the Small Business Administration.
“David is an experienced SBA lender, and his small business lending skills will benefit our borrowers,” said ABL CEO Charlie Bell. “His customer service acumen combined with three decades of lending makes him a great addition to the ABL team.”
About American Business Lending
American Business Lending, Inc. operates as a federally regulated non-bank direct SBA lender in the United States. ABL’s loan products are designed to accommodate financing needs from $300,000 to $5,000,000. The company is based in Dallas, Texas and is a subsidiary of FirstCity Financial Corp. To know more about ABL, go to www.ablsba.com.
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