Officer Bio’s

BTB Capital Corp – Officer Bio’s

christy-150Christine Barney, President

Christine has spent the past sixteen years building and managing successful invoice factoring companies. Since 1989, Christine has held senior management positions in California factoring companies. Under her leadership, these factoring companies have flourished.Christine’s ability to analyze and understand the validity and integrity of factoring collateral is unsurpassed. Christine excels at the development of policies, implementation of processes, procedures, and long-range planning, collateral management, client relations, portfolio development, long-range planning, and maintaining underwriting integrityChristine is skilled in the development and maintenance of a diverse portfolio. Christine will maintain positive high quality client and investor relations. Christine’s vast experience in the industry and expertise in due diligence and underwriting will ensure BTB’s rapid growth and success.Christine received a Bachelor of Sciences in Finance from Santa Clara University in 1989.

Greg-face-150Greg de Vries, Managing Director

Greg is a successful entrepreneur, angel investor, business consultant and meditation trainer and coach. Greg is the founding President of the Silicon Valley Chapter of the Young Entrepreneurs Organization – YEO, a non-profit group providing support and training for over 7,000 entrepreneurs (under the age of 40) worldwide.

Prior to co-founding BTB Capital, a California factoring company, In 1994, Mr. De Vries founded DeVries Data Systems, Inc., which became a Full Moon Interactive Company in 1999. DeVries Data was named the 35th fastest growing company in the nation by Deloitte and Touche for the period from 1994 to 1998 with over 7,340% revenue growth during that period. For two consecutive years, DeVries was named the 3rd fastest growing company in Silicon Valley by the San Jose Business Journal.

Greg received a Bachelor of Sciences in Decision and Information Systems from Santa Clara University in 1989.