Huntington Equipment Finance appointed industry veterans Kim Trombetta and Herb Reeder to lead the continued growth of its sell-side syndications.
Based in Cincinnati and reporting to Dan Fluharty, SVP and senior managing director of Huntington Equipment Finance, Trombetta and Reeder will capitalize on strong organic growth across Huntington’s commercial, equipment finance and public capital portfolios to drive the business unit’s continued expansion.
“We couldn’t have asked for two more talented professionals to lead our sell-side unit,” said Fluharty. “Kim and Herb are incredibly well connected across the industry and our enterprise, and they are optimally positioned to help customers finance with ease.”
Trombetta and Reeder have both served at Huntington Equipment Finance since its founding in 2001. Trombetta, who will serve as director of sell-side syndications, most recently led buy-side syndications. He brings to the role more than 35 years of experience in all aspects of equipment finance and syndications from roles at U.S. Bank, Signet Bank and Westinghouse Credit.
Reeder will serve as vice president. He brings to the position more than 25 years of experience in a variety of financial and credit roles, including 10-plus years in the surety bond and trade credit industry. He previously served at U.S. Bank, USI Insurance and Travelers.
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