Brian Zwerner of Kensington Blake Capital will attend American Banker Conference on Marketplace Lending

November 1, 2015

Kensington Blake Capital’s Managing Principal Brian Zwerner serves as Principal of Provider Web Capital, a leading finance provider for small businesses in the healthcare sector. Provider Web Capital works with doctors, mental health professionals, home healthcare agencies and many other medical small businesses. They offer financing structures from $10,000 to $250,000 or more to their clients, with a fast and free application process. Clients receive funds within two business days, and they make repayment over time based on receipt of funds from their third party payer sources such as Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance companies. This structure allows Provider Web to live by the mantra: “we get paid when you get paid”, a significant improvement of the daily fixed ACH structure offered by most competitors.

The American Banker is holding a conference on Marketplace Lending and Investing this week on November 4/5th in New York City. Speakers from the non-bank lending industry include: Daniel Demeo – CEO CAN Capital, Noah Breslow – CEO OnDeck Capital, and Sam Hodges – CEO Funding Circle. Brian Zwerner will represent Provider Web Capital at this American Banker conference.

Topics at the conference will cover a wide range of issues important to the industry. There will be discussions regarding the different types of investments that firms and individuals can make in loans generated by the industry. There will be panels reviewing the regulatory environment and potential changes coming in the future. There will be groups discussing the new technologies available to automate underwriting and repayment for the industry.

The Chairman’s Welcome will be delivered by Ben Hoffman, a partner at Oliver Wyman. The Opening Keynote will be delivered by Goldman Sachs bankers Eric Beardsley and Ryan Nash.

American Banker conference link:

http://www.americanbanker.com/conferences/marketplace-lending-investing/

 

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