Deborah Reuben, CLFP, is CEO & Founder of TomorrowZone, a technology strategy consulting firm specializing in advising leaders who want to make smarter decisions today and create a resilient and more profitable tomorrow.
Harmony Oswald is a veteran of the U.S. Army First Infantry Division and an experienced CA finance enforcement litigator. She boasts an undefeated trial record. During the pandemic, she made virtual appearances in court, winning 16 trials. Her practice focuses on pre-judgment recovery of collateral, litigating deficiency balances to judgment, and enforcement actions to collect on wages, bank accounts, vehicles, and real estate.
Harriet Christie was appointed operations director at MirrorWeb, a data archiving solution based in Manchester, England, in 2020. Since then, she has helped oversee the evolution of the MirrorWeb product and service offering, as well as the business' growth despite the challenging circumstances of 2020.
The Alta Group, co-CEO & Merger and Acquisition Advisory Practice Leader
James (Jim) Jackson is co-CEO of The Alta Group and leader of its merger and acquisition advisory practice. Jackson has more than 30 years of experience in the equipment leasing and finance industry and has served as a senior financial executive at MicroFinancial/ TimePayment, Deutsche Financial Services, AT&T Capital Corporation — Leasing Services and Signal Capital Corporation. He currently serves as board president of the National Equipment Finance Association.
Justin Tabone, SVP, leads originations for TIAA Bank’s vendor equipment financing team, which specializes in financing solutions for U.S. businesses originated through a select network of manufacturers, dealers, resellers and distributors, and is supported by private label and co-branded programs.
Aircraft Finance Corporation, Founder and President
Martin Ormon is founder and president of Aircraft Finance Corporation. Ormon was previously with Greenwich Capital Markets and then started his own hedge fund before founding Aircraft Finance Corporation in 1998. Today, Aircraft Finance Corporation finances more pre-owned jet aircraft than anyone in the industry.