Arvest Equipment Finance made it onto the Monitor 100 again in 2016, rising to No. 93 in this year’s rankings after ranking No. 100 in the previous year’s issue.
AEF, a division of Arvest Bank, ended 2015 with $187.6 million in loans and leases. That was up 28% from 2014’s $146.4 million.
“We experienced substantial growth last year, largely due to growth within Arvest Bank,” said Eric Bunnell, AEF sales manager. “Our team is diligently engaged with the commercial lenders within our four-state footprint to ensure our customers receive the best possible financial solution to fit their needs.”
Additionally, AEF was recognized for its percentage growth in new business volume. AEF grew that segment by 99.8% in 2015, the fifth-highest mark in the U.S.
“We have experienced operation and sales support teams in place that allow us to increase production, while still offering excellent customer service to our current customer portfolio,” Bunnell said.
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