Jack H. Boyle
Jack has broad experience in commercial credit that includes loan servicing, customer service, credit review, and compliance and covenant testing for a $400mm commercial credit portfolio of lower-middle-market clients that included several law firms.
Meaningful Loan Servicing Experience
Completed Commercial Credit Training
Columbia University Graduate
Former NCAA Division 1 Athlete
Committed to Conscious Capitalism
Jack H. Boyle (“Jack”) is a Portfolio Associate at B.E. Blank & Company, where he is responsible for all aspects of servicing the firm’s commercial law firm loan portfolio.
Prior to joining B.E. Blank & Company, Jack was an Associate Lending Portfolio Manager at Provident Bank, where he was responsible for servicing a $400 million commercial loan portfolio extended to various lower-middle and middle-market operating companies that included several law firm clients.
In his role, he undertook commercial credit and financial analysis for the entire portfolio in order to maintain controls and compliance, loan servicing, compliance and covenant monitoring and testing, and customer service. During this period, he also completed formal commercial credit training and oversaw the transition of the portfolio to a newly named department following Provident Bank’s merger during the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020.
Jack spent the first year of his professional career as a life insurance agent and financial advisor where he learned high quality customer service for high-net-worth clients in the financial services industry.
Jack holds a Bachelor of Arts in History with a Concentration (minor) in Business Management from Columbia University. He also completed post graduate studies in commercial credit analysis and accounting as part of his banking experience.
While at Columbia, Jack was a NCAA Division 1 runner for both the cross country and track teams, following a successful high school career highlighted by his school’s national championship victory in 2011. Jack was selected three times as All-Ivy League and twice named team MVP while helping lead the Columbia Lions to two Ivy League Cross Country Championships and appearing at the NCAA National Cross Country Championships in 2013 and 2014.