SVP of Business Development Anna O’Brien expands territory to San Francisco and North Bay

September 15th, 2017 — TMC Financing just announced staff changes to the Business Development team in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Senior Vice President of Business Development for San Francisco and the North Bay, David Griffis, has decided to continue his career serving small business owners via SBA financing at a credit union. David has been with TMC since 2004 and has helped the company become and remain the No.1 SBA 504 lender in Northern California. As a Business Development Officer, David has done an outstanding job in the San Francisco and North Bay regions and made TMC the dominant CDC in those respective territories. The entire TMC team will miss David but also wish him well and will continue to work with him in his next position.

Senior Vice President of Business Development, Anna O’Brien will be expanding her territory to include San Francisco and the North Bay for TMC. Anna joined TMC’s Business Development team in 2012 and has held various positions in almost every territory in the San Francisco Bay Area. As a San Francisco resident, Anna is excited to expand her reach across the Bay and continue to serve small business owners, as well as develop new relationships in the business and the commercial real estate communities.

Anna will be supported in San Francisco and the North Bay by Business Development Associate, Scarlett Sheldon. Scarlett has supported Business Development Officers throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and is excited to focus on the North Bay and San Francisco.


About TMC Financing
TMC Financing is a Certified Development Company (CDC) that has helped over 5,000 small businesses in California and Nevada get financing through the SBA 504 program. The Small Business Administration 504 loan program allows small business owners to finance commercial real estate and other fixed assets with long-term, below-market, fixed interest rates. The motto of TMC Financing is “if you own the business, you should own the building.”

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