The Equipment Leasing and Finance Association revealed the results of the its business council steering committee elections, naming the individuals who will serve on the committees covering the bank, captive and vendor finance, independent, service provider and small-ticket sectors in 2022.
The committees provide input on the direction of the ELFA, meet the needs of members in their respective areas and serve as a bridge between members and the ELFA’s board of directors and staff. Each committee keeps its finger on the pulse of the industry, assessing sector trends and how they may impact the association’s membership and the association itself.
“We are pleased to recognize the 2022 business council steering committee members who will play an important role in the ELFA community in the year ahead,” Ralph Petta, president and CEO of the ELFA, said. “We are fortunate to have engaged volunteers who will contribute their time and energy to advancing our association’s critical mission in a wide range of areas, from advocacy to professional development.”
The committee members were elected by the ELFA’s business council membership for a term of two years on a staggered basis.
The bank business council steering committee represents bank-owned and bank-related organizations that utilize internal funding. They may encompass bank departments, divisions or affiliates, or divisions or subsidiaries of bank holding companies. The committee members for 2022 are:
The captive and vendor finance business council steering committee represents financial services organizations that provide sales-assisted financing and vendor and manufacturer support activities, either on a third-party or captive basis. The committee members for 2022 are:
The independent business council steering committee represents non-bank-owned organizations that provide financing through lines of credit, discounting relationships or other funding vehicles. The committee members for 2022 are:
The service providers business council steering committee represents organizations and firms providing a variety of related services to the members of the other four business councils. Associated company types include accounting, collections, law, consulting, software, equipment management, university/government, executive recruiters, insurance, nonprofits/associations and publishers. The committee members for 2022 are:
The small-ticket business council steering committee represents financial services organizations primarily involved in transactions under $250,000, either individually or through lines. The committee members for 2022 are:
Asterisks indicate members who were newly elected or re-elected in the 2021 elections. The ETAC Liaisons are representatives from ELFA’s Emerging Talent Advisory Council.
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