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Jeffrey Sweeney is an investment banker with years of experience in direct lending and corporate finance for small- to middle-market companies. He is the chairman and CEO of US Capital Partners, an innovator in small- to middle-market business lending. US Capital Partners has been providing prompt, innovative, and reliable financing solutions across the United States and abroad for more than a decade.

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Charles Towle Provides Valuable Insights on Impact Investing as Special Guest on Real Wealth Blueprint Radio Show

Real Wealth Blueprint

Managing Partner at US Capital Partners Inc. discusses impact investing and the building blocks for growing and securing wealth as special guest on radio talk show.

SAN FRANCISCO, August 2017 – Charles Towle, Managing Partner at US Capital Partners Inc., was a special guest on the Real Wealth Blueprint Radio Show, hosted by Chris Ragland, Romney Navarro, and Tammie Tirres. Entitled “Impact Investing from a Wall Street Perspective,” the episode aired on July 30th, 2017.

Headquartered in San Francisco, US Capital Partners is a full-service private investment bank committed to impact investing. The firm focuses on providing small and lower middle market businesses and investors with sophisticated debt, equity, and investment opportunities usually available only to larger middle market companies and institutional investors.

Produced by Noble Capital, Real Wealth Blueprint is a financial show that aims to bring proven wealth strategies to the real world. Listeners can expect to learn many of the strategies that have historically been available only to the one percent. Every week, the educational series presents in-depth discussions outlining the building blocks necessary to grow and secure your wealth.

Founded in 2002 and based in Austin, Noble Capital has grown to become a leading private moneylender in the Texas single-family real estate market. Noble Capital recently announced the launch of a $250 million Texas real estate fund in partnership with US Capital Partners, through the latter’s private securities division, US Capital Global Securities. Noble Capital has extensive experience and a notable track record in the market, and the new real estate fund provides a much greater level of sophistication for individuals and family offices looking to invest in the lucrative Texas real estate market.

Texas has led the nation in job growth for the past four years. According to the Census Bureau, four Texas metro areas collectively added more than 400,000 people in the past year, highlighting that Texas is a thriving market for real estate investing.

“I am delighted to have been invited on the show,” said Towle. “At US Capital Partners, we take the tools of Wall Street and bring them to Main Street, so that they can be used to build communities and generate wealth for all stakeholders, not just a few. We are committed to profitable economic and social development empowerment. Investment opportunities that create jobs and have a strong beneficial impact can also offer very attractive, risk-adjusted returns to investors. Many of these opportunities are not well served by larger financial institutions.”

About US Capital Partners

Since 1998, US Capital Partners has been committed to providing small and lower middle market businesses and investors with sophisticated debt, equity, and investment opportunities usually available only to larger middle market companies and institutional investors. The firm manages direct investment funds and provides wealth management and M&A services. Operating with its registered broker dealer affiliate, US Capital Global Securities, LLC, the firm acts as a licensed placement agent, and collaborates closely with its peers in professional banking and investment advisory.

To learn more, email Jeffrey Sweeney, Chairman and CEO, at or call (415) 889-1010.

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