Amur Advances to No. 4 in Monitor’s Top Private Independents Ranking
APR 24, 2020 - 6:23 am
Amur Equipment Finance has been ranked fourth by Monitor in its annual ranking of the “Top Private Independent” U.S. equipment finance and leasing companies, a rise of one position from 2018.
AmurEF took strides on its strategic growth plan in 2019. It increased its origination and asset management platform, expanded its salesforce by 75%, added 57 team members and opened two new offices in Boston and Omaha. AmurEF additionally made key investments across its business in 2019 to position itself for further sustainable and profitable growth.
“Our advancement as a company, highlighted by our rise in Monitor’s Top Private Independents ranking, underscores the hard work and dedication of every team member,” said Mostafiz ShahMohammed, AmurEF’s chairman and CEO. “As we adapt to changes in our industry and our market, we stay focused on our core mission and invest with confidence in our people and our platform.”
While AmurEF is proud and excited about its rise in Monitor’s ranking, the company understands the substantial impact COVID-19 is having on the economy and the challenges facing individual businesses. Consistent with its focus on customer service, AmurEF has set up a Resource Center to further assist its customers.
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