Fintech! Episode 89 brings us Albert Periu, co-head of Capital Markets at Funding Circle, which provides secured loans to small businesses that Banks do not typically serve, while offering speed and transparency fostered by digital technology. The show looks at the borrower and the investor (in effect, the lender) perspective.
You can find out more about Albert Periu and Funding Circle here.
Albert leads the Capital Markets team and is responsible for platform funding and the overall structuring, execution and distribution of Funding Circle’s offerings to institutional and accredited investors. He also serves as President of Funding Circle Securities, the affiliated broker-dealer of Funding Circle USA.
Albert was most recently a Director at Telsey Advisory Group. Previously, he spent six years as a Vice President at FBR Capital Markets working with hedge funds, family offices and asset managers on private and public transactions. Prior to that, Albert was an associate at Merrill Lynch Capital. He started his career in investment banking at Deutsche Bank in the Global Media Group. Albert received a BSBA in Finance and International Business from Georgetown University.
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