Dext Hires Carnegie as CTO, Yim as SVP, Finance and Controller
MAR 6, 2019 - 7:00 am
Dext Capital hired Steven Carnegie as chief technology officer and Chung Yim as senior vice president, Finance and Controller. Both are members of the senior leadership team.
In his new role, Carnegie will be responsible for the development and implementation of the technology strategy for the company. Prior to Dext, Carnegie was the chief information officer for Genesis Financial Solutions, a large privately-owned consumer finance company and managed their information technology organization. Carnegie is an experienced leader who has developed innovative technology solutions that have successfully served customers enabling rapid company growth.
Yim will be responsible for the overall financial reporting and accounting operations for Dext. He most recently oversaw the accounting and financial reporting for third party investments at Greenbrier Companies, a national railcar leasing company. He is a certified public accountant and a chartered global management accountant with both private and public accounting experience.
“In a few short months, we’ve accomplished a lot, are actively funding deals and establishing great customer relationships.”, said Kyin Lok, Dext CEO. “We couldn’t be more excited for the additions of Steven and Chung to the Dext senior leadership team as we look to build on our company’s momentum and accelerate our growth.”
Carnegie and Chung 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. As a direct non-bank lender, Dext focuses on simple, flexible and future forward financial solutions for medical providers and manufacturers.
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