Hitachi Capital America announced that Todd Glickstern joined their team as director of Originations for the Structured Finance Division.
Glickstern has 33 years of experience in commercial finance. In his role at HCA, he is responsible for originating and managing structured finance transactions, as well as large-ticket equipment leases/loans and leveraged loans.
Prior to joining HCA, Glickstern worked at GE Industrial Finance, where he served as a senior vice president. Prior to that, he held a series of senior positions throughout GE Capital including senior vice president at GE Antares Capital and region sales manager at GE Corporate Finance. He has extensive experience in equipment leasing, financial structuring and analysis, leverage lending, risk mitigation and process improvement.
“We’re excited to have someone of Todd’s caliber on our team,” stated Structured Finance Vice President and General Manager Chris Pagano. “Todd’s market expertise, industry connections, sales acumen, and his ability to foster key relationships will be instrumental as we work to expand our market share.”
Glickstern added, “I’m excited to join such a well-known and respected organization. I look forward to using my extensive experience to help HCA continue driving growth and achieve its goals in 2018 and beyond.”
HCA’s Structured Finance Division offers term financing for specialized programs and projects, most notably in the technology and energy sectors. The team collaborates with a variety of origination partners, including private equity firms, vendors, captives, independent finance companies, and more. In addition to offering traditional leases and loans, HCA offers customized financing solutions, including transactions backed by power purchase agreements, off-balance sheet structures, programmatic contract financing through special purpose entities, technology as a service, and acquisition financing.
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