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WDB Funding names Andrew Pollock president and CEO

Brings 25 years of experience


WDB Funding appointed Andrew Pollock as the firm’s president and CEO, bringing with him 25 years of experience leading large scale lending operations.

In this position, Pollock will be responsible for providing day-to-day leadership, operational management and execution on the strategic direction of the company.

"The National Private Lending market is grossly underserved and WDB Funding fills the extensive gaps in today’s financing environment," Pollock said. "The industry has an extended demand for common sense lending for alternative financing, equity lending and non-traditional products and programs. I am thrilled to become a part of WDB Funding."

Pollock has extensive experience in financial services, including time spent as a managing partner at Global Logic Advisors and president and CEO of First Franklin.

"We are ecstatic to have Andrew join the WDB Funding team at the top of the house," said Joseph D’Urso, managing partner at WDB Funding.

"Given Andrew's proven track record for building, expanding and directing financial services organizations, we see nothing but opportunity for the future of WDB Funding," D’Urso said.  


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