IFS Promotes Lindley to EVP, Director of Corporate & Enterprise Leasing Sales
SEP 11, 2020 - 6:41 am
Insight Financial Services (IFS), a division of Insight Investments, appointed Jim Lindley to the newly created position of executive vice president, director of corporate and enterprise leasing sales, effective immediately. Lindley, who was previously senior vice president and regional director for IFS, will lead the development of the company’s partnerships and business relationships in the corporate and enterprise space. He will also support the continued expansion of IFS’ nationwide footprint.
“Jim is a tremendous asset to IFS. He has consistently been recognized as a top performing sales professional as well as an excellent coach and mentor to those in his organization and other IFS sales team members,” Scott Sullivan, executive vice president of Insight Investments, said. “His expertise, experience and success in the corporate space and his deep understanding of IFS culture make him the ideal leader to further expand upon our growth in corporate and enterprise leasing.”
Lindley joined IFS in 2008 and has been in the leasing business for 25 years. His experience prior to IFS includes executive and management positions with U.S. Bancorp Oliver-Allen Technology Leasing and Bankers Direct Leasing, a division of ABN AMRO. His expanded role is meant to help increase the effectiveness of the IFS sales team at growing existing and developing new corporate and enterprise accounts. Additionally, Lindley will aim to expand IFS’ geographic footprint by adding sales professionals to the corporate and enterprise sales team.
“It is a privilege to lead the corporate and enterprise sales team at IFS, which has been a critical growth driver for the company,” Lindley said. “Working with this dedicated and talented team has been energizing, and I look forward to the opportunities ahead as we bring unmatched value and service to our existing and new customers.”
IFS delivers leasing solutions for the acquisition of technology, equipment and associated services.
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