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David Marcantonio Accepted into Premier Trade Association, NPLA

(November 19, 2020) – David Marcantonio, President of One Source Business Capital (“One Source”), has been granted membership in the National Private Lenders Association (NPLA). This exclusive professional group allows private lenders the opportunity to provide greater service to clients while also participating in the legislative and public policy process at the state level, and in Washington DC.

“I am honored to join such a knowledgeable and accomplished group of professionals,” said Marcantonio. “This association will allow me to learn more, and collaborate with others in the industry, so that I can provide my clients with even more opportunities in the world of private lending.”

Marcantonio was inspired by his own experience with banks while seeking loans when he was a commercial realtor. As a commercial mortgage broker, Marcantonio discovered more effective and efficient ways to facilitate the growing need for commercial and business financing for clients that may not receive lending from traditional banks. With his success in developing strategic relationships with some of the country’s top banks and non-bank lenders, he opened One Source Business Capital to match business owners with the right lenders. Today, with the ever-expanding menu of loan programs available to small business owners, he is one of the nation’s top performers.

The NPLA is a trade organization created to represent and protect private lenders’ interests in America pertaining to legislation and public policy. Their mission is to support, protect, and grow the private lending industry and allow members to collaborate, share ideas, and stay informed. It is the only industry association committed to providing its membership with representation both at the state level and in Washington, DC. The NPLA, founded by Leonard Rosen, in consultation with other established industry leaders, exist for the benefit

of all private lending professionals dealing in real estate based transactions.


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