BDC Capital / CDC New England Announces Beth Chea as SBA 504 Business Development Officer

BDC Capital / CDC New England Announces Beth Chea as SBA 504 Business Development Officer

BDC Capital Corporation is pleased to announce Beth Chea as our newest SBA 504 Business Development Officer.

Dave Raccio, SVP, Director of SBA Lending, stated “Beth has years of experience in commercial lending and SBA lending. Beth will be a great addition to our team as she brings a breadth of knowledge and expertise for SBA 504 loans.”

Beth Chea joined BDC as Vice President, Business Development Officer on June 1, 2024. Beth has over 20 years of banking and SBA lending experience, most recently serving as a Business Broker. Prior to her most recent experience, Beth worked in SBA lending groups at CIT, TD Bank and Wells Fargo.

Beth will focus on new business development for SBA 504 loans in the areas of New Hampshire and Eastern Massachusetts. Beth is an active member of New England Business Brokers Association, XPX, AM&AA and has been involved in NAGGL as the Region 1 Chairperson. 

Beth is a graduate of Northwestern University where she majored in Economics and played Division 1 Field Hockey. Beth currently resides on the Seacoast of New Hampshire with her spouse, 13 year-old son and two Labrador Retrievers.


For more information, contact:

Dave Raccio, SVP, Director of SBA Lending

(203) 780-1097 (cell)


Beth Chea, VP, Business Development Officer

(603) 969-8144 (cell)




The oldest business development corporation in the United States, BDC Capital has been recognized locally and nationally as a leader and innovator in business lending and capital investment. Many of New England’s leading financial institutions invest in BDC to help promising companies expand. For over 70 years, we have invested more than $2 billion in thousands of companies in New England.

Whether the need is $50,000 or $10 million, BDC Capital provides a wide range of financing solutions. We offer asset-based lines of credit, senior debt, junior secured debt, mezzanine investments, SBA 504 loans, and private equity options, all of which are customized to suit the needs of a business.