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The Technology Finance group at PNC Business Credit offers creative capital solutions tailored around the intrinsic value of recurring revenue streams of SaaS, On-Premise Delivery and other technology firms.
The Technology Finance group at PNC Business Credit has developed capital solutions that can help meet the growth and financial objectives of companies with recurring revenue. If your firm backs an enterprise software or technology-enabled company, we may be able to offer senior debt based on the intrinsic value of established recurring revenue streams. We deliver solutions consistently throughout the economic cycle with a relationship-based model that takes intangibles into consideration.
Tommy Burkes is Managing Director, Eastern U.S. Originations for PNC Business Credit’s Technology Finance group. He is responsible for sourcing, structuring and executing on recurring revenue credit facilities used for buyouts, leveraged recapitalizations and refinancings by enterprise software companies.
Burkes joined PNC Business Credit in 2006, first with roles in Atlanta and Toronto, providing senior debt financing to traditional industries. Prior to PNC, he was a management consultant for Bearingpoint Consulting’s World Class Finance Group, and a senior lender for SouthTrust Bank, NA (now part of Wells Fargo).
Burkes received his B.S. from Louisiana State University and his M.B.A. from Georgia State University.
J.P. Seminario is Manager, National Originations for PNC Business Credit’s Technology Finance group. He is responsible for oversight of Technology Finance group originations nationwide.
Seminario is an original member of the Technology Finance group and has worked in various roles, including underwriting and originations. Previously, he worked for Wells Fargo Capital Finance’s Technology Group and Ernst & Young, LLP. Seminario’s experience includes over $2.0 billion in financing LBO, M&A, recapitalization and restructuring transactions in the technology space.
He received his B.S. from California State University Northridge and his master’s degree from the University of Notre Dame.
He is responsible for oversight of all new business development and portfolio management for the Technology Finance group nationwide.
Mengel joined PNC in 1998 as Segment Executive for the Energy, Metals & Mining group. He subsequently held a series of leadership positions across PNC, including portfolio management, and was National Head of Originations for Steel City Capital Funding. Prior to joining PNC, Mengel held positions of increasing responsibility for U.S. Steel, Chase Manhattan Bank and Armco, Inc.
Mengel received his B.S. from Lehigh University and his MBA from the University of Pittsburgh.
Christopher P. Duranto is Director, Western U.S. Originations for PNC Business Credit’s Technology Finance group. He is responsible for assisting in covering originations across the western region.
Duranto previously served as portfolio team leader, responsible for over $800 million in Technology Finance commitments, and supported the build out of the dedicated PNC Business Credit Technology Finance portfolio team. Prior to PNC, Duranto worked at Comerica Bank and Western Alliance Bank, where he focused on the execution and origination of both asset-based and leveraged cash flow structures to middle market borrowers in the western United States.
Duranto received his B.S. in Finance from Arizona State University.
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*A portion of the funding provided by Steel City Capital Funding, a division of PNC Bank. Steel City Capital Funding provides Cash flow-based senior debt, junior secured, and second lien loans for sponsored and non-sponsored transactions.