Chuck Doyle is the Managing Director of Business Capital, a leading corporate finance and restructuring company founded in 2002. He has 20 years of experience providing senior debt and growth capital financing for lower and middle market commercial and industrial companies and restructuring bank, mezzanine, trade, supplier, venture and other types of debt. His firm specializes in packaging financing solutions which can include complex layers of capital and restructuring of debt, if necessary, to maximize capital value and cash flow.
While at Business Capital, Mr. Doyle has syndicated over $1 Billion of asset based debt, successfully securing multi-million dollar credit facilities and debtor-in-possession financing transactions and completed large out-of-court acquisitions of distressed companies. He has executed out-of-court reorganizations for a multitude of companies and resolved secured and unsecured creditor claims both in the US and internationally. As such, he is frequently retained as an independent advisor to boards of directors of public and private companies involved in the restructuring and recapitalization process.
Prior to Business Capital, Mr. Doyle was the founder and president of one of the country’s 10 fastest growing privately held companies. He also worked in the technology sector, heading up divisions of both public and start- up companies and is a partner in Caymus Capital (www.caymuscapital.us), a private equity firm focused on investing in distressed real estate assets.
Chuck currently serves on the Board of Directors of Team Impact, a national non-profit improving the quality of life for children facing life-threatening illnesses through the power of team. He also is a member of the Board of Directors for the Northern California Turnaround Management Association and the Gridiron Leadership Council at his alma mater, the College of the Holy Cross in Massachusetts. Chuck is a member emeritus on the Board of Directors for the Raphael House shelter in San Francisco. Active within the industry, he has served as a speaker and moderator on a multitude of panels including for the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG), Turnaround Management Association (TMA), and Commercial Finance Association (CFA).
Chuck is married with four children and resides in Tiburon and Olympic Valley, California.