About Us

Small business funding done right

Fintegra’s team is committed to the highest standards of professional conduct.

Since 2014, we’ve been providing working capital to small businesses across
the U.S. through a highly empathetic, transparent and ethical funding process.

We’d be thrilled to be your funding partner of choice.

Our Mission and Vision

Fintegra provides small businesses with the working capital they need to fuel their growth and success.

We aspire to be the preferred funding partner of every small business in the United States. Fintegra’s team is passionate about supporting small businesses. The company was created to address the slow and arduous process of securing a small business loan. Because we’ve owned and operated numerous small businesses ourselves over the past 30 years, we understand the frustrations surrounding traditional lenders. We lived it, and in response, envisioned and built a faster, less complicated way for small businesses to obtain the funds they need.

When naming our company, we combined ‘fintech’ with ‘integrity’
…and we don’t take our name lightly.

Our Values

Our conduct is guided by these principles

We seek to build a long-term, trust-based relationship with every customer by putting their best interests ahead of our own financial gain.

We are committed to being creative when seeking solutions to the needs of our customers and employees.

We strive to create a challenging, rewarding, and fun work environment that will attract and retain exceptional people.

We embrace a spirit of continuous innovation and improvement.

Our Leadership

Glenn Forman

Chief Executive Officer

With nearly four decades of professional experience, Glenn is energized by formulating a strategic vision and mobilizing the people, technology, and processes to make that vision a reality.

Glenn spent 24 years as a Partner with McKinsey & Company, where he built and led the firm’s global research, analytics, and knowledge management functions – a 2,500-person enterprise that generated annual profits of $150 million.

Prior to McKinsey, Glenn served at Wharton Econometrics, The Conference Board, Conrail, and NCR. He also spent eight years as an adjunct professor of economics and finance at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

Glenn has a master’s in economics from the Pennsylvania State University and a bachelor’s in economics from James Madison University.

Bret Dunlap

President and Founder

Bret is a serial entrepreneur that has co-founded multiple technology companies over the last 30 years. As a small business owner, his focus now is 100% on supporting fellow entrepreneurs and helping them achieve higher levels of success.

Prior to Fintegra, Bret founded Advanced Mobile, a mobile technology company that was acquired by Autobytel in 2013 (NASDAQ AUTO). Previously, Bret co-founded one of the largest downloadable ringtone companies that was sold in 2006. Early in his career he co-founded Advanced Telecom Services, AT&T’s largest provider of pay-per-call services.

Bret holds an MBA in finance and investments from George Washington University and a bachelor’s in economics from James Madison University.

Tom Petro

Board Member and Investor

Tom is Managing Partner of 1867 Capital Partners, a venture investor in early-stage life sciences, Fintech and tech-enabled business services companies.

Previously, Tom was a founder and Chief Executive Officer of Fox Chase Bancorp and led its initial public offering. Before that Tom was President and Chief Executive Officer of Northeast Pennsylvania Financial Corporation. He is past chairman the Pennsylvania Bankers Association, former board member of the American Bankers Association and a two-time Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist.

As a venture investor and former banker, Tom is passionate about helping businesses thrive.

Roger W. Ferguson, Jr.

Advisor and Investor

Roger has a long and distinguished resume, which includes serving as President and CEO of TIAA (2008-2021), Chairman of Swiss Re America (2006-2008), Vice Chair of the Federal Reserve (1997-2006), and Partner with McKinsey & Company.

Roger serves on the boards of numerous for-profit and not-for-profit institutions, including Alphabet (Google’s parent), Corning, International Flavors & Fragrances, Klarna, The Aspen Institute, The Conference Board, and the Smithsonian Institution.

Roger holds a B.A., J.D., and a Ph.D. in economics, all earned from Harvard University.