The addition of Slagle increases 36th Street Capital’s originations capabilities and further expands its sales coverage model. She will be based in Salt Lake City and report to Mark Horan, chief growth officer for the company.
Slagle joined 36th Street Capital having more than 23 years of experience in the leasing industry and brings with her a background in finance, marketing and sales. As an active contributor to the industry, and various industry associations, she currently serves as president for the Certified Lease and Finance Professional Foundation (CLFP), as board member of the ELFA Middle Market Steering Committee and on the Membership Committee for the ELFA. She also has served on numerous committees for the ELFA, the NEFA and the NAELB.
“We’re very excited to have someone of Marci’s caliber join us to help grow our indirect originations channel,” Horan said. “Marci has extensive equipment financing experience having spent the better part of [her] career originating storied credit transactions in partnership with a variety of referral partners. Her addition is an important step in our goal to be the funding source of choice for transactions requiring an alternative capital solution.”
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