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Michael Doyle

Vice President - Asset-Based Lending

  • First Business Specialty Finance, LLC
  • subsidiary of First Business Bank
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Michael Doyle

About Michael

Michael Doyle joined First Business Bank's Asset-Based Lending team as an experienced Asset-Based Lending executive responsible for new business development in Texas, Colorado and the surrounding states. He has over 20 years of Asset-Based Lending experience and has been active in the financial services industry for over 30 years.

Previously, Michael worked for a Wall Street investment bank and held senior sales manager positions. He also started, grew, and sold a successful equipment distribution and export company. Michael is an active member and former board member in Colorado and Texas chapters of the Turnaround Management Association. He received his BBA with honors from Baylor University and his MBA from The University of Texas at Austin.

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Join your peers by adding your loan to the approved Asset-Based Lending deals list.

$8,000,000
Revolving Line of Credit
Equipment Term Loan
Equipment CapEx Loan
Healthy Snack Food Manufacturer
Wisconsin
$10,000,000
Revolving Line of Credit
Equipment Term Loan
Automotive Testing Services Company
Colorado
$12,000,000
Equipment Term Loan
Revolving Line of Credit
Equipment CapEx Loan
Oilfield Service Company
Texas
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