Leveraging In-Transit Inventory to Provide Liquidity in a Globalized Supply Chain
By Kevin Sollows, Portfolio Manager, Cambridge Savings Bank
While keeping up with the global financial markets over the past two years, it has been seemingly unavoidable to hear the words “supply chain,” “inflation,” or “Federal Reserve.” It has been an interesting time—one where the annual U.S. Consumer Price Index accelerated from a COVID-19-induced...
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Kevin Sollows is an asset-based lending (ABL) portfolio manager at Cambridge Savings Bank, a Massachusetts-based banking institution with over $6 billion in assets. With six years of commercial lending experience and more than three focusing on ABL, he primarily focuses on the ongoing maintenance of the ABL loan portfolio with a secondary focus of assisting in underwriting new credits. Prior to ABL portfolio management, Sollows was an ABL collateral analyst for two years and served two years in loan administration.