DFNY, Dedicated Funding Enter into Strategic Partnership
MAR 22, 2019 - 6:58 am
Dedicated Funding NY (DFNY) formed a new partnership with Dedicated Funding, an equipment finance company that provides quick and simple financing solutions for titled equipment to businesses nationwide.
Dedicated Funding NY will provide equipment financing and leasing solutions to the ground transportation industry. DFNY is led by a group of industry veterans with over 80 years’ experience in the commercial lending arena.
“Our team has maintained a high-level presence within this industry during the various cycles over the last 20 years,” said Jaffet Juan, DFNY managing partner.
The partnership will combine DFNY’s wide-ranging experience in the financing of transportation equipment with convenient access to lending support.
“This partnership will enhance Dedicated Funding’s lending solutions in order to help customers meet their goals. Not only are they familiar in the commercial lending space; they understand the needs of the ground transportation industry.” said Grant Finch, Dedicated Funding managing partner and CEO.
DFNY plans to deliver excellent service to the ground transportation industry and apply a common sense approach to lending.
“We plan to expand through organic growth and by increasing our competitive advantage through ease of use, speed in application processing and quick funding. We’ve developed long-term relationships with vendors who provide a continuing source of new originations as well as a broad database of end-user clients who contact us directly for their financing needs,” said Juan. “Collectively, we have had tremendous success in this industry and I am certain that we can build upon it. My past experience has been amazing, but with this new partnership the future looks brighter than ever.”
Based in White Plains, NY, Dedicated Funding NY is a division of Dedicated Funding which provides equipment financing and leasing solutions to the ground transportation industry. It serves vehicle dealers, distributors, manufacturers and end users nationwide.
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