With 25 years of banking experience, Jennifer Davis, based in LA county, spearheads TMC Financing’s mission in Southern California. As senior vice president of business development, Davis is responsible for educating business owners, commercial mortgage lenders and commercial real estate brokers about the SBA 504 program and other lending opportunities.Continue
These companies ranked as the 2018 Best Places to Work in the Bay Area among the smallest companies with between 25 and 49 workers in the region. The ranking is based on scores obtained from a survey of the company’s Bay Area employees, administered by Quantum Workplace.Continue
San Francisco-based TMC Development saw a 68 percent increase in the volume of lending it helped facilitate through the SBA’s 504 loan program.
TMC said it helped provide Small Business Administration-backed financing of $184.83 million for 220 small businesses to finance real estate purchases in TMC’s fiscal year that ended Sept. 30.Continue
Barbara Morrison, president of Oakland-based TMC Financing, has worked with thousands of small business owners over the years to help them secure commercial real estate financing backed by the Small Business Administration. Increasingly, she doesn’t like what she sees: More small businesses becoming dependent on convenient but costly merchant cash advances.
So Morrison created TMC Community Capital, an online microlender for medium- and higher-risk businesses that provides an alternative to cash advances from Square (NYSE: SQ), PayPal (NASDAQ: PYPL) and others.Continue
We rank the Bay Area’s Best Places to Work on scores obtained from a survey of the company’s local employees, administered by Quantum Workplace. The Smallest Companies category includes businesses with 25-49 Bay Area employees.Continue
Ranking based on scores obtained from a survey of the company’s Bay Area employees, administered by Quantum Workplace. Scores are rounded to the second decimal place.Continue
As the first female broker on the trading desk of a San Francisco boutique lender, Barbara Morrison was hoping for some business cards. But this was 1976. And, she was told, the company didn’t issue business cards to “girls.”Well, that changed. She also managed to get onto their in-house directory. But, alas, only as “B. Morrison.” It was, after all, 1976.Continue