Why Monroe?

We Have a Lender's Perspective

Our team consists of former lenders from top institutions, including Merrill Lynch Capital, GE Capital, B that have led and closed a variety of asset based, cash flow and leasing transactions. This experience differentiates us from our competition, as we evaluate debt with a lender's perspective. Our extensive experience underwriting loan transactions and key relationships with lenders helps us anticipate credit issues unique to each client. This specialized perspective allows us to work efficiently and effectively through the underwriting process and achieve a successful outcome.

Broad and Deep Relationships with Debt Capital Providers

We have strong relationships with a broad range of lenders across the middle market. Our track record of executing successful transactions in the market brings credibility, access to key personnel and needed resources to our clients.

Focused Primarily on the Debt Capital Markets

Our team focuses specifically on the credit needs of middle market companies. This specialized approach assures our clients that we are determined to find the best credit terms and pricing the market can offer.

Tailored, Cost Efficient and Results Driven Engagement Structures

We know that each credit situation is different and requires a tailored set of goals and objectives. We set the scope of our engagements and the compensation so that we are aligned with our clients in seeking what we collectively agree is a successful outcome.

Affiliation with Monroe Capital

We are affiliated with Monroe Capital, a premier asset management firm specializing in private credit markets across various strategies, including direct lending, asset-based lending, specialty finance, opportunistic and structured credit, and equity. Monroe Capital is a provider of senior and junior debt and equity co-investments to middle market companies in the U.S. and Canada. Investment types include unitranche financings, cash flow and enterprise value based loans, asset based loans, acquisition facilities, mezzanine debt, second lien or last-out loans and equity co-investments.