AGC Board Announces Departure of Admir Imami
LONDON, UK, 19 January 2016—Advance Global Capital, Ltd. (AGC) announced today the appointment of Nate Hartley as chief executive officer of the London-based financial services company. Hartley succeeds AGC’s co-founder, Admir Imami, who remains a minority shareholder in the business. Hartley brings extensive leadership and banking experience in over 40 countries to his new role and continues to execute on the vision and mission of the organization.
“We would like to thank Admir for his commitment and entrepreneurial spirit,” said Daniel Kreps, Chairman of the Board. “He helped to establish AGC as a player to watch in the impact investment space. AGC is in a strong position to execute on the vision of its founders and investors under Nate’s leadership.”
Hartley joined AGC in April 2014 as chief investment officer and provided key leadership and support in refining the business model, obtaining FCA authorization and managing the build-out of the technology and origination teams.
He has over 15 years of banking experience across 40 countries with a focus in securitization and debt financing. Prior to joining AGC, he helped establish a debt financing business focused on emerging markets clients for Barclays while also serving as business line treasurer for the emerging markets trading business, managing liquidity for dozens of trading desks across 20 countries and 3 regions. As an officer in the U.S. Army, he managed diverse teams of 30 to 100 people. He earned a BS degree from the United States Air Force Academy and received an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Advance Global Capital (AGC), a financial services company based in the UK, specializes in trade receivables financing in emerging and underserved markets. AGC puts capital to work for small businesses through local financial institutions. Our impact investment strategy achieves attractive returns as it helps communities grow and thrive.