CIT Capital Equipment Finance Adds DeMordaunt and Pysariwsky

CIT Group’s Capital Equipment Finance unit, part of CIT’s Business Capital division, added two new business leaders to enhance its direct origination capabilities and support business growth.

“With these appointments, we continue to build our originations team and solidify our position as a leader in the capital equipment finance sector,” said Eric Miller, group head and managing director of Capital Equipment Finance. “As we continue to pursue our growth agenda, these additions will increase our origination capacity and supplement the world-class team we have already assembled.”

The first of these additions is Craig DeMordaunt, who joined CIT as director of originations for the Mountain Region based in Salt Lake City. He has experience in equipment finance across many industries as well as knowledge and practice in deal structuring, debt markets and credit markets. Previously, DeMordaunt held origination and managerial roles at GE Capital.

In addition, Adrian Pysariwsky rejoined CIT in Capital Equipment Finance as vice president, asset valuation. In prior roles, he worked in Commercial Finance at CIT Group, Tyco Capital, Newcourt, AT&T Credit and AT&T Capital. Most recently, he was with MetLife managing leveraged lease and tax equity portfolio assets including commercial aircraft, rail, power plant, renewable energy and commercial real estate.

The new hires will work with Gene Leary and Randy House, who joined Capital Equipment Finance in 2017 as the team was being expanded to support its growth objectives. Leary serves as director of originations, leads sponsor coverage nationally and is based in New York City. House is director of originations for the Southwest Region based in Dallas.

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