Jeremy Smith Joins FGI Finance in the UK

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Jeremy Smith Joins FGI Finance in the UK

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- FGI Finance (www.fgifinance.com) has announced the appointment of Jeremy Smith as Business Development Director. In this position, Smith will be responsible for developing the UK and European markets and building new relationships with European lenders and referral sources.

Smith brings extensive experience from his years at Cazenove and PwC to his new position at FGI Finance. "This is a very exciting time for commercial finance in the UK and FGI Finance has flourished in the market. I am greatly looking forward to working with them to take the business to the next level," says Smith.


"We have monitored the European Asset Based Lending market for some time and we know that Jeremy, with his vast experience in the UK, will help carry the FGI tradition into Europe," comments David DiPiero, President and CEO.

FGI Finance (www.fgifinance.com), a division of FGI, is a global commercial finance firm with clients in over 60 countries around the world. FGI helps middle market companies by providing them with various financial products, business loans, and financial services to meet their financing needs. FGI Finance provides financing in over 15 foreign currencies and has a presence in 6 continents. www.fgifinance.com



FGI Finance
Alisa Banks
Phone: 212-248-3400
abanks@fgifinance.com
www.fgifinance.com

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