GTCC excels due to extensive experience, top-notch customer service, and attention to detail. With our years of specific 504/SBA experience, we have an in depth understanding of what it takes to carry a borrower’s idea and application through SBA approval and funding. We provide banks with a positive financing alternative which allows them to have confidence in the process and say “yes” to a borrower’s financing needs. We view our role as a trusted advisor and lending partner, and we will work to make sure the process is as smooth and efficient as possible.

Top SBA 504 lender, 6 years in a row

Greater Texas Capital has been recognized as the top SBA 504 lender in the Dallas District of the SBA for 7 of the past 8 years, and has consistently ranked as one of the top producers in the five-state Region VI of the SBA. We do this by partnering with communities, other economic development organizations, and our real estate and banking partners in every area of the state.

<strong>Todd Buchanan</strong>

Todd Buchanan

President/Executive Director

Todd Buchanan joined Greater Texas Capital Corporation in July 2010 and assumed the role as Executive Vice President in 2012. In his role as EVP, Todd was responsible for the day-to-day operations, portfolio management, and compliance matters.

Prior to joining GTCC, he was a business advisor and consultant for six years, serving both small businesses and multi-billion dollar businesses. In addition to his extensive knowledge in finance, operations, transactions, and access to capital, he has 17 years of corporate experience working with various industries.

Todd is also involved in with several political, civic, and faith-based organizations. He currently serves on the boards of Tyler Economic Development Council, Leadership Tyler, Tyler HEAT (Home Education Athletics of Tyler), and is a Deacon in his church.

<strong>Greg Dunn</strong>

Greg Dunn

Director of Sales and Marketing

Greg joined Greater Texas Capital Corporation in January 2009, and is responsible for new loan originations and marketing. Greg has over 25 years of sales, credit, and management experience with local and national lenders. His expertise in utilizing SBA programs, as well as conduit and conventional financing, is a strong advantage for the borrowers, bank referral sources, and intermediaries that work with him.

He also serves as the Vice President of North Texas Association of Government Guaranteed Lenders (NTAGGL), the premier trade organization dedicated to serving and supporting small businesses utilizing SBA Loan Programs in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

<strong>John Hart</strong>

John Hart

Senior Credit Manager

John Hart currently serves as the Senior Credit Manager, responsible for loan eligibility, structure, and oversight of all new loan applications. Prior to this role, John was the President and CEO for over 15 years and led GTCC to become one of the top CDCs in Dallas/Fort Worth District, as well as one of the premier CDCs in the five-state SBA Region VI. Under his leadership, GTCC was named as the top producer of SBA 504 loans in the Dallas District from 2010-2015.

Prior to joining GTCC in 1999, John worked as a CPA and operated his own accounting and consulting firms for over 12 years. His personal experience as a small business owner, combined with his technical expertise in accounting, give him the tremendous insight necessary to mediate between banks and borrowers.

John is committed to developing his community, and involves himself with several civic and professional organizations outside of his work with GTCC. He is also a member of economic development groups on the local, regional, and national levels. John is a native of East Texas and earned a BBA in Accounting at Texas Tech University.

<strong>Judy Loden</strong>

Judy Loden

Regional Manager - Central Texas

Judy was the original founder of GTCC in 1995. Judy has served in all capacities of the organization and currently is responsible for loan origination in the Central Texas area of Athens, Waco, Killen, Bryan-College Station, and other surrounding areas.

Judy currently serves on the board of Texas Manufacturing Assistance Center and Texas A&M Economic Development Advisory Board. In the past, she was the director of the Small Business Development Center for Trinity Valley Community College over 20 years, and also served as an economic development specialist for the US Agency for International Development.

After securing over $100 million in loans and creating over 2,800 jobs, she became the recipient of the 2008 Financial Services Champion of the Year award for the SBA’s Dallas/Fort Worth District Office.