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Money360 Names Tom MacManus as President

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Money360 has named a new president. Tom MacManus will step into the role, succeeding former president Gary Bechtel, who has joined Red Oak Capital Group as CEO. MacManus will oversee the company’s expansion as well as the operation of the company’s sales team, driving strategic growth and broadening its origination network.

“I have had the good fortune to lead teams at top tier commercial real estate lenders, where I learned that success is born from collaboration and culture. So to me, a cultural fit is essential,” MacManus tells “I feel we have that here at Money360 and I am excited to build upon that foundation. We have the opportunity to harness the firm’s collective strengths and take our platform to the next level. The team at Money360 is collaborative in its approach, has shared values and enjoys working together, which I believe are key to enabling us to reach our goals. Achieving success as individuals and for all our stakeholders while having fun are not, and should not be, mutually exclusive.”

MacManus is an industry veteran with 30-plus years of experience with a resume that includes GMAC, Cushman & Wakefield and ARA Finance. He plans to leverage this experience to grow Money360’s business. “I enjoy growing businesses

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