Balboa Adds GE Capital Vets to Equipment Dealer Financing Division
JUN 4, 2018 - 7:22 am
Balboa Capital added Tom Miller and Kelly Cameron to its Equipment Dealer Financing Division. Miller will serve as the director of Sales and Dealer Development, and Cameron will serve as the program manager. Miller and Cameron previously worked together for five years at GE Capital.
Miller has more than 25 years of total experience in both industrial and construction equipment vendor financing. Prior to joining Balboa Capital, he worked at ENGS Commercial Finance, GE Capital and TFC Bank. As the director of Sales and Dealer Development, Miller will drive strategic dealer partnerships and transactions to accelerate growth for Balboa Capital and its dealer partners in the industrial and construction industries.
In her role as program manager, Cameron will be responsible for managing all aspects of Miller’s financing transactions, and provide additional support when needed, to ensure that deals are approved and funded in an efficient and timely manner.
“It is an honor and a pleasure to welcome Tom and Kelly to BalboaNation, the destination point for proven and productive industry professionals who are looking for their last stop,” said Phil Silva, president of Balboa Capital. “Their extensive industry knowledge and experience are a win for both Balboa Capital and the manufacturers and dealers we work with. Our competitive rates, flexible terms, ease of funding and industry-leading technology tools such as Portal 360 will empower them to deliver unparalleled financing solutions to equipment manufacturers, dealers and their customers.”
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