Providing

Business Finance & Equipment Lending

when banks can’t

Who We Serve

We help customers that are unable to obtain conventional financing. Read about the types of business we serve to see if we’re the right fit for you.

Our Programs

From asset based loans, to commercial real estate loans, equipment financing and more, we offer a variety of lending programs for your business.

FAQs

Have questions about the process? Visit our FAQ page to read about what to expect, and learn the differences between working with us and a bank.

How we help

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We work with business owners that have limited options for acquiring the debt capital they need.

Our customers require an efficient funding process with open and honest communication. We specialize in delivering both of those services. Our team has more than 40 years successfully funding customers with non-bank lending products.

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Strong partnerships with lenders and investors allow us to draw from a wide selection of lending programs.

We can fund our customers directly or use an associated lender. Our partnerships and experience enable us to customize a financial solution that best fits our customer’s objectives. Contact us today to see how we can help you or apply here.

Management

Trinity Capital Partners is owned and managed by Brian Dineen. Over the last 13 years in the alternative financing industry, Mr. Dineen has acquired experience in all facets of the commercial lending industry. His expertise includes credit evaluation, underwriting, collateral valuation, lease structuring, loan packaging, and loan/lease closing.

“Brian and his team have come through with results every time my company has used them.”

News & Updates

Borrowing in Today’s Market

Borrowing in Today’s Market

Yes, it has already been said thousands of times: in the year 2020 we are in an unprecedented time from a market, social, and political perspective. But what does that mean for me as a borrower seeking a loan?

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Bank Loans vs. Private Lender

Bank Loans vs. Private Lender

When you’re trying to get a loan to grow your business, is it better to borrow from a bank or a private lender? Here are some pros and cons of each to consider.

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