Costa Mesa, Calif. - May 28, 2020

Bridge Bank today announced it has extended a credit facility to YES Leasing, a financial services company that provides commercial equipment financing to companies and lessees of all credit backgrounds, specializing in helping those with challenging credit situations and unique circumstances. The Miami-based company, established in 1975, is a funding source for small businesses, entrepreneurs, vendors and equipment brokers throughout the country. The new credit facility will provide additional capacity to support the ongoing growth of Yes Leasing’s portfolio.

“Bridge Bank took the time to understand our particular business,” said Quade Koffler, chief operating officer of YES Leasing. “They understand the equipment leasing industry and our specialty finance niche. We have a high level of confidence with them.”

“We are proud to partner with YES Leasing by giving them access to the specialized credit facility they needed to support their ongoing growth,” said Justin Vogel, senior vice president in Bridge Bank’s Southern California Capital Finance banking group. “We look forward to a strong relationship and being a part of their continued success.”

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