Commercial Financing with a Foxhole Mentality.

Real solutions rarely come from ivory towers. But far too often in today’s lending marketplace decisions are made from afar, by an algorithm with increasingly less commitment to understanding your business.  

It doesn’t have to be this way.

OY6 delivers broader capital solutions from our experience on manufacturing floors, job sites, server rooms, operating rooms and board rooms. And we combine decades of those experiences and billions funded with our Military backgrounds to deliver real solutions as reliable operators you can trust in all phases of the business cycle.

Values that lead us


Leave a living legacy.

Always aim to leave a legacy that is defined by true values and how well your life reflects those values.


Build something greater than yourself.

Be driven by the highest level of achievement by committing to something bigger than yourself.


Set an example for younger generations.

Model positive behaviors and actions that youth can mirror and learn from.


Help others and do the right thing.

Support one another and always provide a helping hand when serving the greater good.


Leave this world better than you found it.

Commit to leaving everything better than it was found to benefit future generations.


Give back with no agenda.

Be generous and altruistic while giving back to the community and those in need.

Our Veteran Leadership

A Co-Founder of OY6 Capital, Mr. Bednar spent 15 years at Nexseer Capital where he held various sales and operational roles. Most recently Mr. Bednar led teams in the energy, manufacturing, and PE sponsor divisions. Prior to Nexsser, Adam lead both tank and infantry units in 225 combat missions in and around Sadr City, Iraq. Adam earned his master’s in business from University of Southern California and his undergraduate from UC Santa Barbara. When not spending time with his wife (Andrea) and two children, Adam likes to torture himself with pre-dawn morning workouts. Adam is active in various charities focused on helping fellow veterans who are suffering from mental health issues.


A Co-Founder and Capital Markets Leader for OY6 Capital, Will has served in several roles over the years, with his most recent position at Nexseer Capital as Vice President and Capital Markets Manager. Prior to that post, Will served as Chief Credit Officer for Crossroads Equipment Lease and Finance. It’s important to note, that before relocating to Southern California, Will gained valuable experience in Salt Lake City, where he ran a small leasing company, ACC Capital and before that, Will served as Chief Credit Officer for Pitney Bowes Bank. Will was first introduced to equipment leasing, through his second job out of college, El Camino Resources, Ltd. Will received his formal training through Bank One, where he served as a Business Banker specializing in the SBA sector. Will is a proud graduate of Tennessee State University and has received his Risk Officer Certification from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. Finally, Will is a proud veteran of the United States Navy, where he held the position of Petty Officer Third Class Hospital Corpsman.


See our Solutions come to life

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Veteran Owned Status

OY6 Capital is a certified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB).

Doing business with OY6 Capital helps municipal debt issuers, investment management firms, public, corporate, multi-employer pension funds, and other public and private entities fulfill their Veteran, DVBE, SDVOSB and MBE goals and mandates.

The Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE) Program was originally established in 1989 under Military and Veterans Code Section 999 and Executive Order D-37-01.  It is administered within the Department of General Services. State and Federal agencies are to award at least 3% of annual contracting dollars to DVBE/SDVOSB firms directly or indirectly.

For a firm to be eligible for DVBE status, it must be at least 51% owned by one or more disabled veterans, and the daily business operations must be managed and controlled by one or more disabled veterans. A disabled veteran is defined as a veteran of the US military service with honorable discharge and a service-connected disability from the Department of Veteran’s Affairs.