Fred and Terry Crispen join United Midwest Savings Bank
Columbus, Ohio, April 5, 2017 – United Midwest Savings Bank is pleased to announce the hiring of Fred and Terry Crispen to our SBA Lending team as Senior Vice Presidents. Fred and Terry will be leading a team of 13 people dedicated to providing Working Capital and Equipment loans up to $150,000 for start-ups and expansions nationwide.
“We believe there is tremendous opportunity in this segment, and Fred and Terry give us great confidence in our ability to serve this niche,” said Craig Street, United Midwest’s EVP and Chief Lending Officer. “As with any market, experience matters – and the Crispens have been intimately involved in this segment of SBA Lending going all the way back to the Community Express program. Their expertise in not only Originating, but Underwriting, Closing, and Compliance with the SBA program and its nuances make this a great fit for us”.
“We are very excited to have Fred and Terry on board. Their experience and values are a great fit with the culture we are building at United Midwest,” says Ed Cohn, the bank’s President and CEO. “Fred and Terry are highly regarded as leaders in SBA Lending.”
United Midwest Savings Bank is a Top 75 SBA Lender headquartered in Ohio with a focus on owner occupied commercial real estate, business acquisitions and debt refinance SBA Lending on a national basis. United Midwest also does product and service specific Consumer Loans on a national basis and has four branches located in Ohio and Florida.
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