GE Capital Vet Farlin Joins LEAF as VP/Business Unit Head
AUG 12, 2019 - 6:45 am
Equipment leasing and finance company LEAF Commercial Capital hired Mark Farlin as vice president of Sales, business unit head for Healthcare.
Formerly vice president, head of Healthcare at TCF Equipment Finance, Farlin will lead LEAF’s continued expansion into the healthcare industry. As the business unit head for Healthcare at LEAF, Farlin will also leverage his leadership experience in healthcare finance roles at Olympus and GE Capital, in addition to leadership roles at First National Capital and Citicapital.
“Bringing Mark on is an essential part of our long-term growth plan,” said LEAF president and COO Miles Herman. “His years of management in healthcare and other industries, proven track record of increasing revenues, experience growing a business team and talent in building relationships will be assets to the company as we continue to strategically grow.”
Farlin joins LEAF during a period of especially strong expansion driven by organic growth and acquisition. In addition to spearheading LEAF’s drive to increase that momentum in target segments such as healthcare, Farlin will spearhead the company’s focus on building infrastructure and also support premier national accounts in other key segments.
“Mark is an outstanding leader, strategic thinker and problem solver,” said LEAF chairman and CEO Crit DeMent. “We’re excited to welcome him and look forward to adding his experience, skill set, and talent to our leadership team as LEAF continues its rapid growth as one of the nation’s leading providers of equipment finance and business financial solutions.”
Headquartered in Philadelphia, LEAF Commercial Capital has offices in Moberly, MO, Orange, CA, Baltimore and Dallas. It is part of People’s United Bank.
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