February 2023 – Armen Madatyan an expert in commercial real estate lending, joins mission-based lender TMC Financing to help provide SBA 504 financing to more small businesses in Southern California.
“We are thrilled that Armen has joined our team,” said Barbara Morrison, founder and president of TMC Financing, the No 1 SBA 504 Certified Development Company in the nation.
Madatyan joins TMC Financing as senior vice president of business development. In his role, Madatyan will focus on helping small business owners looking to purchase, construct, or refinance commercial real estate with only a 10 percent down payment. By utilizing the SBA 504 Program, business owners can obtain below-market, long-term, fixed interest rates.
Armen is an industry professional with over 18 years of experience providing financing to small businesses. Most recently, Madatyan worked at another Certified Development Company and prior to that, at a bank specializing in small business loans.
His extensive SBA 504 experience has made him a go-to specialist to lending partners for interpreting SBA’s standard operating procedures and structuring complex transactions to ensure a seamless process. As a top producer, he has served more than 1,000 small businesses for over $3 billion in total project financing, resulting in the creation or retention of nearly 22,000 jobs. Armen’s dedication to excellent customer service and unmatched industry knowledge ensures successful outcomes for small businesses and lending partners.
Armen graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in Management Science and Pepperdine University with an MBA with an emphasis in finance.
“Armen’s SBA 504 experience will enhance our ability to help our small business clients thrive,” states Morrison. “Madatyan has the required skills to further promote economic development and foster growth within Southern California’s small business communities.”
About TMC Financing
TMC Financing, founded in 1981, has secured financing for projects worth more than $12 billion across Arizona, California, Nevada and Oregon. More than 6,000 businesses have benefited from this financing, resulting in the creation of an estimated 60,000 jobs.