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About Triumph Commercial Finance

Headquartered in Dallas, TX, Triumph Commercial Finance has been helping business owners just like you accelerate their businesses into successes since June 2012. While often ignored by traditional financial institutions, we’ve found success building lasting and positive impacts on all the businesses we help.

Triumph Commercial Finance is a part of Triumph Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ TBK), which includes TBK Bank, SSBTriumph Business Capital, and Triumph Insurance Group.

Triumph Leadership

Dan Karas

Executive Vice President, Lending
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Mr. Karas serves as Executive Vice President, Lending for TBK Bank, SSB. He joined Triumph in 2012 as Executive Vice President – Asset Based Lending for Triumph Commercial Finance with more than 30 years of experience in all aspects of commercial finance. Prior to joining Triumph, Karas served as Executive Vice President and Managing Director of Marquette Business Credit, where he led Marquette’s general factoring business as well as marketing for its asset based lending platform.

Previously, he served with GE Capital/Heller Financial as Managing Director of the Corporate Lending Group, then the Enterprise Client Group and finally Energy Financial Services. He began his career with JPMorgan Chase, formerly Chemical Bank, in New York and gained experience in credit, commercial and leveraged lending prior to opening Bank of America’s (formerly NationsBank) New York ABL office.

Mr. Karas is currently a member of the Commercial Finance Association Executive Committee and serves as chairperson of the organization’s Education Committee. He received his Bachelor of Science in Finance and Management from Temple University and his Master of Business Administration from the Stern School of Business at New York University.

Mr. Karas serves as Executive Vice President, Lending for TBK Bank, SSB. He joined Triumph in 2012 as Executive Vice President – Asset Based Lending for Triumph Commercial Finance with more than 30 years of experience in all aspects of…

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John Binaggio

Senior Vice President, Premium Finance
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John Binaggio serves as the senior vice president of Triumph Premium Finance, a role he has held since 2015.

Prior to his current role, Mr. Binaggio was vice president at Imperial PFS, a company where he worked for more than 20 years. He also served as a branch manager, regional branch manager and assistance vice president at Imperial PFS.

Mr. Binaggio has 24 years experience in executive leadership roles spanning all aspects of premium finance.

Mr. Binaggio holds two bachelor’s degrees from the University of Central Missouri. He also serves on many boards throughout the Kansas City-metro area.

John Binaggio serves as the senior vice president of Triumph Premium Finance, a role he has held since 2015. Prior to his current role, Mr. Binaggio was vice president at Imperial PFS, a company where he worked for more than…

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How Triumph Spells Success

Transparency Is Key

Communicate the truth consistently, directly and professionally. Open communication is the foundation of strong relationships.

Respect Others

Put the needs of others and the needs of the team before promoting your own agenda. Treat others as you want to be treated.

Invest for the Future

Do not allow the immediate to crowd out the important. Success that endures is built upon a long-term perspective.

Unique Is Good

Beware of following the crowd. Being unique can be difficult, but if it were easy, everyone would do it.

Mission over Money

Make everything you are involved with better. This includes doing good works in the areas of the greatest need – in your community and around the world.

People Make the
Difference

In any situation, the most important criteria for our success are the quality of our people and the quality of their thinking.

Humility Creates Servant Leaders

Model humility in all that you do. Humility is not passivity, as it requires the courage to prefer the needs of others over your own.

As a member of the Triumph Bancorp, Inc. group, we share Triumph’s vision to be the most valuable company in our industry. To be valuable is to make a lasting and positive impact on all we work with.

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