Hanson Joins LBC Credit Partners

Fridolf Hanson has joined LBC Credit Partners as a director. He will be primarily responsible for originating, structuring and executing new debt investments for LBC. Most recently, Hanson was a senior VP of business development at Royal Bank of Scotland.


LBC Credit Partners (“LBC”), a leading provider of financing solutions to middle market companies, announced that Fridolf A. Hanson has been hired as a Director to augment the firm’s presence in New York and New England.
He will be primarily responsible for originating, structuring and executing new debt investments for LBC. He brings broad industry and product expertise gained at well-respected financial institutions and hedge funds.
Fridolf joins LBC from Royal Bank of Scotland, where he was Senior Vice President Business Development. He was responsible for originating new senior debt transactions related to acquisitions, leveraged buyouts, recapitalizations, refinancings and corporate growth. Prior to RBS Citizens, he worked at Wells Fargo Foothill and GE Commercial Finance, also in senior business development roles.
“We’re delighted to have Fridolf join us. He brings tremendous expertise and a valuable network of contacts in the private equity, banking and referral communities. He will be instrumental in augmenting coverage in New York and New England and helping LBC deploy capital in middle market transactions,” said Homyar M. Choksi, a Managing Director at LBC.
Fridolf earned his MBA from the Babcock Graduate School of Management at Wake Forest University and a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Colorado.
“I’m very excited to have this opportunity and to be a part of the LBC team,” Fridolf said.
He can be reached at fhanson@lbccredit.com or by phone at (212) 542-5839.
About LBC Credit Partners, Inc.
LBC Credit Partners, Inc. is a leading provider of middle market financing solutions including senior term, unitranche, second lien, and mezzanine debt and equity co-investments supporting sponsored and non-sponsored transactions. With more than $1.4 billion of capital under management, LBC has made investments in companies located throughout North America across a wide range of industries and is committed to a long-term approach to debt investing.
For more information, visit www.lbccredit.com.

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