Working in Boise

The following teams are located at our Boise headquarters:

  • Inside sales
  • Origination
  • In-house legal
  • Credit and asset management
  • Servicing
  • Administrative

A10 Capital has placed paramount importance on what we consider to be our most valuable asset — our employees. Our office is located in Boise’s tallest and most preeminent building — the new Eighth and Main Tower in Downtown. While designing the Boise office, the process was dictated by a desire to create an environment that encourages collaboration. Taking a cue from the technology industry, we have provided multiple soft seating areas to allow our employees to collaborate in a relaxed, informal environment. We have provided private “huddle rooms” equipped with computers and large screen monitors to facilitate team meetings and conference calls. We have very few interior walls which lets in an abundance of natural light and gives every workstation amazing panoramic views of the city and foothills. The few walls we have are finished in whiteboard paint to promote brainstorming. We also understand the importance of maintaining a healthy work-life balance, and so have provided a bike room and on-site showers to accommodate our more fitness-oriented employees.

Working in Boise

Nestled in the Treasure Valley against the majestic foothills, Boise is part of a thriving metropolitan area of over 600,000 people. Boise is the Northwest’s third largest city, with lower costs and less crime than the region’s two biggest metros, Seattle and Portland. And there’s the local powerhouse football team, the Boise State Broncos and its famous blue turf field. Boise routinely ranks at the top of the largest 100 MSA’s in the United States including #1 City to Move To by Simple Moving, #2 Best City for Raising a Family by Forbes, and #4 City to Live, Work, and Play by Kiplinger.  Many nationally and globally recognized corporations have a home in Boise including Micron Technology, Hewlett Packard, DirecTV, J.R. Simplot Company, MotivePower, and many others.

Situated where the high desert meets the western edge of the Rocky Mountains, Boise is the gateway to exceptional recreational opportunities including world famous white-water rafting, hunting, fishing, backpacking, and camping. Nordic and Alpine skiing and snowboarding are very accessible and affordable at Bogus Basin, which is located just 16 miles from Downtown. World class skiing is approximately two hours away at Brundage Mountain or Sun Valley. Hiking, biking and fishing are popular activities right in the metro area, accessed by over 30 miles of greenbelt along the Boise River and 140-plus miles of single track trails in the surrounding foothills.

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