Association for Corporate Growth Detroit Chapter Hosts Meeting on Credit Markets for Businesses; Plus Credit Connection with Mid Market Lenders

The Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) Detroit Chapter will host a meeting 7 am to 11 am, Tuesday, November 9, 2010 at Glen Oaks Country Club, 30500 W. Thirteen Mile Road, Farmington Hills, MI (just east of Orchard Lake Road) focusing on “Ever Changing ‘Terms and Conditions’ of the Credit Markets for Business” which will be followed by a “Credit Connection” offering business owners and executives to meet with Mezzanine and Middle Market Lenders.

The meeting will involve a panel discussion on how credit markets have changed and vary among lenders depending on the quality of credit. The panel will examine the past, present and future of lending.

The panel will feature Doug Kearney, principal, Glencoe Capital, Rob Parker, co-founder and managing director of Quarton Partners, Jon Sasinowski, senior vice president, Comerica, Scott Terryn, vice president, Wells Fargo Capital Finance, and Paul Melville, principal, corporate advisory board & restructuring services, Grant Thornton.

The cost of the program which includes Breakfast and Networking is $25 for ACG members and $45 for non members.

There is registration, breakfast and networking from 7 am to 8 am followed by the presentation at 8 am. At 9 am, there will be a Credit Connection, offering businesses a chance to meet the Lenders. At this time these will include: