Bizfi Survives, Thanks to World Business Lenders Asset Purchase Deal

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World Business Lenders - BizfiThe Bizfi marketplace is slated to live on, according to Stephen Sheinbaum who joined World Business Lenders (WBL) as a managing director in July. On Wednesday, WBL purchased several assets from Bizfi including the brand, the marketplace, the Next Level Funding renewal book, and other related pieces of the company, he says. Sheinbaum founded Bizfi (then Merchant Cash and Capital) in 2005.

WBL, a Jersey City-headquartered small business lender will also be a lender on the platform.

Other key Bizfi personnel have joined WBL including former Managing Director of Renewals John BellaVia, VP of Sales Michael Caronna, and Sales Manager Ryan Bressler.

The asset purchase does not affect the deal forged with Credibly to service the $250 million portfolio, Sheinbaum explains, which is separate.

While lesser known among the mainstream fintech media, WBL has been a stalwart player in the non-bank lending industry for years. Their ambitions and size became more apparent when deBanked attended their invite-only annual shareholder meeting at the Waldorf Astoria in NYC in 2015. The company went on to open a massive office in Jersey City in July 2016 that was attended by Jersey City Deputy Mayor Marcos Vigil, Councilwoman Candice Osborne, Archbishop David Billings and Mitchell Rudin, the CEO of Mack-Cali. At the ceremonial ribbon cutting, WBL CEO Doug Naidus said that he wanted to build a company that lasts, one that he can look back on and be proud of.

Now with the Bizfi brand and marketplace in tow, the company is uniquely positioned.

“[It’s a] game changer here,” Sheinbaum said. “2.0 here we come!”

Last modified: September 23, 2017
Sean Murray


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