Financial Inc. (NepFin), a technology-enabled lower middle market
commercial lender, announced today that it hired Kevin Bogenreif as
Director of Originations. In this role, Bogenreif will tap his direct
experience in the commercial lending space and spearhead initiatives
surrounding loan originations for the company.
“We are excited to be adding Kevin to our growing team,” said Albert
Periu, NepFin Co-Founder & CEO. “Kevin’s years of experience in
structuring and negotiating financial solutions for borrowers to
capitalize their businesses and enable long-term value creation will be
highly valuable to the lower middle-market businesses that NepFin
Prior to NepFin, Kevin was Vice President of Corporate Banking and
Private Equity Sponsor Lending with Texas Capital Bank. During his time
at Texas Capital Bank (TCB), Kevin built a portfolio of clients
generating nearly $8 million in annual profits for TCB and was
responsible for developing, structuring, and closing over $450 million
in aggregate lending transactions to support middle market businesses.
Prior to Texas Capital Bank, Kevin worked at BB&T, a $200+ billion
super-regional bank and was a graduate of their Leadership Development
“The middle market has been ripe for more flexible capital solutions,
which NepFin is delivering through its unique commercial lending
platform,” Bogenreif said. “I’m looking forward to being part of
NepFin’s growing team and being on the cutting edge of innovation with
NepFin’s differentiated technology-enabled approach helping to more
easily deliver growth capital to lower middle market businesses across
The addition of Bogenreif, who will be based out of Dallas, Texas,
expands NepFin’s presence into the southern US.
About Neptune Financial Inc.
Neptune Financial Inc. (NepFin), is a technology-enabled commercial
lending platform that provides capital solutions and financial
intelligence tools to fuel the growth of mid-sized businesses across the
United States. Headquartered in San Francisco, CA, NepFin’s platform
serves one of the most underserved sectors of the broader U.S. economy –
businesses with between $10 million and $100 million in revenue.