CLFP Foundation Adds 19 New CLFPs

The Certified Lease & Finance Professional Foundation reported that 19 individuals recently passed the eight-hour, online proctored CLFP exam, including:

  • Danielle Bonzer, CLFP – Account Executive, Northland Capital Financial Services
  • Stephanie Bramer, CLFP – Vice President and Counsel-Senior, Huntington National Bank
  • Scott Dawson, CLFP – Director of Business Development, Northland Capital Financial Services
  • Kristy Doll, CLFP – Client Account Manager, Oakmont Capital Holdings
  • Alexandra Dressman, CLFP – Counsel – Senior, Huntington National Bank
  • Brian Eschmann, CLFP – President, Northland Capital Financial Services
  • Jackie Ettle, CLFP – Operations Specialist, Northland Capital Financial Services
  • Hiroki Kawai, CLFP – Assistant Vice President, Sumito Mitsui Finance and Leasing
  • Trudie McAdams, CLFP – Senior Counsel, Huntington National Bank
  • Molly Morris, CLFP – Senior Commercial Relationship Service Specialist, Huntington National Bank
  • Jennifer Martin, CLFP – Operations Associate, KLC Financial
  • Bradley Nicholson, CLFP – Senior Commercial Portfolio Manager, Huntington National Bank
  • Travis Rader, CLFP – Equipment Finance Sales Executive, Huntington National Bank
  • MollyAnn Sand, CLFP – Business Development Officer, Oakmont Capital Holdings
  • Matthias Swanson, CLFP – Vice President and Senior Commercial Strategic Solutions Analyst, Huntington National Bank
  • Maria Trettel, CLFP – Credit Analyst, Oakmont Capital Holdings
  • Joseph Tuholsky, CLFP – Portfolio Manager, Northland Capital Financial Services
  • Jeffrey Wehe, CLFP – Account Executive, Northland Capital Financial Services
  • Nicolette Wellington, CLFP – Client Solutions Analyst, Huntington National Bank

In preparation for the exam, Wehe attended the Academy for Lease & Finance Professionals (ALFP) hosted by Northland Capital Financial Services, while Bramer attended a private ALFP hosted by Huntington National Bank.

“I chose to pursue the CLFP designation to show personal growth, commitment and expertise in our industry. I was seeing the designation behind many of the individuals that I highly regard and respect as industry ‘opinion leaders.’ This also motivated me to participate,” Wehe said. “That was a rigorous exam! This certification is a commitment to a huge knowledge base. Very professionally put together and organized. The academy was fantastic and the teachers top notch! I am a big advocate for CLFP, and I look forward to getting involved.”

“As an attorney, I pursued the CLFP designation to demonstrate that in addition to the legal aspects of equipment financing, I have a comprehensive understanding of the business as a whole, including credit, tax, accounting and pricing,” Bramer said.

The CLFP designation identifies an individual as a knowledgeable professional to employers, clients, customers and peers in the commercial equipment finance industry. There are Certified Lease & Finance Professionals and Associates located throughout the United States (including Puerto Rico), Canada, India, Africa and Australia.

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