The commercial lending process can be overwhelming and complicated. At Pathway Capital, we simplify it.
Whether you are looking for a traditional commercial loan, need assistance with debt restructuring and consolidation, or require alternative financing options, we can help find the best solution for your needs. Thanks to our network of traditional, specialty and other commercial lenders, Pathway Capital's team of corporate debt advisors and commercial finance experts has helped many middle-market businesses, in a variety of industries, quickly secure capital that had been thought unobtainable.
A corporate finance professional and specialty finance expert, Glenn helps mid-market companies raise capital to restructure or retire debt, attain financing for corporate growth and expansion, or restructure their existing program with their current lender. He works largely with companies in transportation, logistics, manufacturing, distribution, staffing, and security services.
Glenn applies his many years of experience in commercial equipment leasing, credit evaluation, and corporate management as well as his extensive contacts in lending institutions, specialty financing companies, and various professional services to help clients overcome liquidity issues and secure needed financing. His specialties are: debt restructuring, equipment leasing, asset-based lending, inventory financing, asset acquisition, and CFO services.
Through his consultative approach, Glenn works with our clients throughout the entire life of every transaction, ensuring that clients understand the financing expectations going out to market and helping work out the best financing solution for their needs.
Glenn has a BS in finance from St. Thomas Aquinas College.
Gregory Fitzgerald brings a wealth of banking experience to Pathway’s clients. He started his finance career with Citibank in 1979, where he worked for 25 years, then moved on to positions at HSBC and TD Bank. During the course of his career, Greg has worked with business owners and CFOs in the middle-market and small business segments. He recently established Step 1 Commercial Funding LLC, which enables him to provide a wide set of financing scenarios to Pathway clients.
A strong believer in giving back to the community, Greg has served on numerous non-profit boards of directors, including Family Service League, Education & Assistance Center, Girl Scouts of Nassau, Suffolk Community Council, and the Pederson-Krag Center for Mental Health. He is also past president of the Rotary Club of Huntington, where he focused their 42 members on the human and economic needs of their local community. Presently, Greg serves on the boards of Long Island Cares/The Harry Chapin Food Bank and Girls Incorporated of LI.
Greg resides in Huntington, New York with his wife M.J. and enjoys spending time with their two grandsons and gatherings with their blended family. His is a member of the Huntington Choral Society and likes to travel and golf.
Christopher V.L. Giffuni, a Director of Pathway Capital, brings his vast experience to our client financial lending and debt refinance activities. As a certified public accountant and founder of Giffuni & Young CPA, Chris is involved in client accounts from record keeping to the preparation of historical financial statements and related documents, such as business plans, projections, loan applications, and capital financing. He also regularly interacts with tax professionals, as the financial statements become an integral part of the tax return. Managing Director of Oberon Securities, he plays a part in the capital raise and debt refinance activities of business clients, and he is the co-founder, Managing Member, and Chief Operating Officer of Ameriteak Reforestation, LLC, which is a forestry plantation project establishment and management company in Central America.
Chris has advised and consulted with numerous companies, both publicly traded and privately held, on a variety of financial, accounting, computer, and investment issues. He has extensive experience in real estate, including the litigation and settlement of a portfolio of Manhattan apartment building encompassing a divestiture well in the eight figures. Chris' past experience includes positions at Deloitte and Touche, LLC; CFO of a large privately held electronics manufacturer; and co-founder and chief financial executive of a computer software start-up.
A licensed investment banker holding series 63 and 79 licenses, Chris has served on the board of directors of several public, private, and non-profit entities. His expertise in M&A transactions is often utilized by clients in buy side transactions during business expansion and sell side activities on an exit. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business from Alfred University.