In alignment with its commitment to high service levels, Dext Capital expanded its support staff to keep pace with its growth, hiring Priya Arunchalam and Diane Nudelman as contract administration officers and Dawn Welper as a sales associate.
“It’s important to Dext to deliver the highest level of service to our partners. We couldn’t be more pleased to welcome three highly experienced and respected leasing professionals to the Dext team,” said Eric Gross, chief operating officer.
Arunchalam spent the past three years at Bank of the West where she managed the contact administration duties for several large private label programs.
Nudelman has a strong finance documentation background as well as extensive experience working with and understanding small and medium size businesses.
Welper was formerly at TCF Equipment Finance for seven years working as an accounting operations specialist and the last five years as a sales associate for their Healthcare segment. Welper brings a depth of knowledge of vendor program management as well as experience in working with outside sales reps, brokers and sources.
Welper will work in Dext’s Cedar Falls, IA office while Arunchalam and Nudelman will both work from the Portland, OR headquarters.
Dext Capital is a privately-owned independent equipment finance company founded by a team of industry veterans with strong financial sponsorship from Sightway Capital.
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