Commerce Bank Promotes Green to President, Hires 4 Originators
JAN 3, 2019 - 6:55 am
Following the retirement of Roger May, Commerce Bank Equipment Finance’s president for over 25 years, Jody Green has been promoted from within to President of the company.
Green is expanding Originations by retaining talented personnel and has recently retained the following:
Mark Brandt, located in Dallas, has been hired as a senior vice-president for Originations and covers the Texas market. Brandt has over 25 years’ experience in the equipment finance industry having worked for Key Equipment Finance and GE Capital in the Texas market.
Rob Fischer, located in St. Louis, has been hired as a senior vice-president. He will be a direct originator and will lead a sales team comprised of the Eastern U.S. sales force. Fischer has over 20 years’ experience in the equipment finance industry having most recently worked for Bank of America in St Louis.
Andrea Boyles, located in Oklahoma City, has been hired as a vice-president for Originations and covers Oklahoma, Southern Kansas and Arkansas. Boyles is an experienced originator having worked at GE Capital for many years for the Oklahoma and surrounding areas.
Chris Case, located in Denver, has been hired as a vice-president for Originations and covers the Mountain region. Case has over 20 years’ experience in the Colorado market having worked at Trans Lease, a transportation equipment finance company.
Green stated, “Commerce Bank continues to achieve strong success across our footprint and meet the needs of our customers and we continue to expand our team.”
Commerce Bank is a publicly held regional Midwest bank and trust company with an equipment finance subsidiary, Commerce Bank Equipment Finance, with over $1 billion in balances.
Commerce Bank Equipment Finance provides financing to almost all industries such as Marine, Rail, Aircraft, Medical, Municipal, Transportation, Utilities, Manufacturing, Agriculture, Technology and Retail to name a few. It can provide the specialized needs for its customers with customized structures.
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