CEO and Financial Services Professional

with a passion for helping credit unions, business owners, and real estate professionals succeed.

Over 125 million
Americans belong to a credit union.

Why not check one out for your business?

MBFS is a credit union owned company designed to allow credit unions to fund loans to small businesses and real estate investors in their communities. We provided support services such as underwriting, documentation, loan servicing, and SBA loan support. MBFS also has our own team of sales professionals who can meet with you and match you up with the ideal credit union.

Nu Direction Lending is the credit union friendly version of the online business loan. You can receive loans to expand your business with a quick pre-approval and closing in just a few days. If you are looking for fast, fair, and transparent financing for your growing small business checking out this fintech funded by credit unions.

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A Fitting Option for All

Is your credit union looking to grow loans? Do you have a business lending program but would like to take it to the next level? Do you just have a question about business lending at credit union and just want someone to talk without running up a consulting bill?

Do you want a fast, fair, and transparent loan? We have a great option for you if you’d like to refinance your existing credit card or online business loan. Nu Direction Lending is also a great choice for working capital loans, equipment, expansion, or other nonreal estate lending needs you may have. Check us out at Nu Direction Lending.

Do you want to check out credit unions as an option for your financial services relationship? Send us a message and a lending professional will call you back.

Are you a commercial or residential real estate investor looking for a lender you can talk to with a fair, transparent process? Check out credit unions for your next purchase, refinance, or renovation. We are owned by credit unions for members and work with credit unions and organizations across the United States to get real estate investors the financing they need. Whether it is your first property or a loan in the ten figures – connect with us as we’d love to have a conversation with you.

Are you looking for an engaging speaker for your podcast, television show, or YouTube channel. Mark regularly conducts interviews discussing current topics about financial services with an emphasis on credit unions and the commercial lending marketplace. Send a message to inquiry about availability.

About Mark Ritter

Mark Ritter is the CEO of MBFS and an expert in credit unions and business lending. His primary role at MBFS is overseeing the strategy of helping credit unions assist members with business needs and consulting with credit unions on planning the delivery of services to their membership.

In 2002, Mark started Members 1st Federal Credit Union’s business lending program as “one person and a desk” with no policies, products, staff, systems, or business members. That program grew to be one of the top ten in the nation.

In 2012, he took on the challenge of being the CEO of a business lending CUSO. Mark was the fifth CEO in five years for the organization, which lost money every month of its existence. Since joining MBFS, Mark increased the number of credit unions the CUSO services by over 8x, grew the revenue by , and 10x, and ensured positive cash flow every full year he’s been at the CUSO. More importantly, MBFS has helped countless credit union members gain the financing they need for business and investment needs.

Mark is a native of Berwick, PA in northeast Pennsylvania, where he was a member of his high school’s nationally ranked and state championship football team. After high school, Mark hung up his cleats to work for the Penn State Nittany Lions full-time as a student assistant while attending Penn State as an undergrad. During this time Penn State transitioned to the Big Ten and culminated in Penn State’s first Big Ten Championship and a trip to the Rose Bowl. Mark remains an avid Penn State supporter. Today Mark lives in Bucks County, PA outside of Doylestown with his wife and two teenagers.