The Business Financing group maintains a database of traditional and non-traditional lenders and has specific expertise with businesses that are experiencing either rapid growth, a bump in the road, or are in transition. Types of financing Tim’s group can arrange include:

  • asset-based lending (ABL)
  • bridge, bulge, and short-term loans
  • equipment leasing and financing
  • subordinated debt
  • term loans and commercial mortgages (owner occupied)
  • venture and royalty loans, and government funding for early stage companies
  • working capital, factoring, and purchase order financing

Over his career, Tim has developed a detailed hands-on knowledge of diversified commercial industries including manufacturing, service, financial, consumer, transportation, commodities, import and export, distribution, technology, retail, construction, food and beverage, and not-for-profits.

Select client experience

  • 15 years structuring credit, client relationship management, cash management, cross-border banking,
    international trade services, and foreign exchange for a major Canadian bank’s largest
    commercial clients
  • Discretionary investment portfolio management for institutions and high-net-worth individuals
    at an asset management firm
  • Responsible for various aspects of operations, client service, marketing, and public profile in the
    financial community for a boutique private wealth manager

Of interest...

  • Tim is on the Board of Directors of the Rotary Club of Toronto Eglinton. Rotary is an international organization of volunteers supporting charitable and humanitarian causes
  • Tim was once headhunted to audition to be lead singer for a tribute band. Read about his journey into the musical world and more in his Faces of Farber profile

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Areas of expertise

Education & qualifications

  • Chartered Investment Manager (CIM®), Canadian Securities Institute (2016)
  • Financial Planner (FPSC Level 1®), Financial Planning Standards Council of Canada (2016)
  • Bachelor of Arts, Economics, Management Labour Relations, University of Toronto (1989)