San Francisco, CA (PressExposure) October 02, 2013 -- US Capital Partners, LLC ("US Capital Partners"), a leading private investment bank for small to lower middle market businesses, is proud to announce the recent opening of its new office in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. The growing investment bank has also added five experienced investment bankers to its North American team, headed by Joel San Antonio, Managing Director of the New York office.
Founder of Warrantech Corporation, Joel San Antonio has more than thirty years' experience in small and middle market business financing and management. While serving as Warrantech's Chairman and CEO, he received Ernst and Young's "Entrepreneur of the Year" award for financial services and earned the firm the recognition of Fortune Magazine's "Top 100 Fastest Growing Companies."
"This is the fifth year running that US Capital Partners has increased in size, and it was time to further expand our presence on the East Coast," said Jeffrey Sweeney, CEO and Managing Director at US Capital Partners. "There is growing demand among small to lower middle market companies for suitable financing that is structured to meet their specific business needs. At US Capital Partners, we always take a custom approach to business financing. Our relentless focus on strategic, innovative solutions and on speed and excellence of execution has helped us grow into one of the most successful small-business investment banks in the industry today."
US Capital Partners' New York office is led by highly experienced professionals with over 75 years of combined financial advisory, alternative lending, M&A, and corporate finance and structuring experience. Investment bankers at the new office include Joel San Antonio (Managing Director), Kieran Ryan (Senior Vice President), Brandon San Antonio (Vice President), Ted Moran (Associate), and Jeremy Ascher (Associate).
Located at 1150 Avenue of the Americas, the new 6th floor office in New York City is situated between 44th and 45th Streets, at the northern edge of Silicon Alley and within easy reach of New York's major tech startups.