updated 5/31/2011 12:17:13 PM ET 2011-05-31T16:17:13

DALLAS, May 31, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- American Business Lending, Inc. (ABL), a Dallas-based, non-bank participant in the SBA 7(a) lending program, has announced the addition of AnaLiza del Valle to its Houston lending staff. 

AnaLiza del Valle joins ABL as Vice President-Business Development. AnaLiza has a Bachelor of Science in Business/Finance with options in Business Finance, Law and Real Estate, and she began her career in finance as an underwriter. This background greatly enhanced her ability to help customers determine their lending needs and structure financing as she moved into the commercial lending side of finance. Her lending experience, with a strong emphasis on SBA finance, spans over 15 years, and she is active in many local real estate and chamber organizations. 

"AnaLiza will be a valuable asset to ABL, bringing strong relationships within the small business industry and with the SBA," said ABL CEO Charlie Bell. "Her professionalism and passion for SBA lending will greatly contribute to our future success, as we grow our presence in the Houston area."

American Business Lending (ABL) is a Dallas-based non-bank participant in the SBA 7(a) lending program, with loan production offices in Dallas, Houston, and Denver. It is a subsidiary of FirstCity Financial Corporation (Nasdaq:FCFC).

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