Industry Veterans Mascaro and Wall Join the Dext Capital Team
JUN 16, 2020 - 8:04 am
Dext Capital added Patty Mascaro and Garry Wall to its team. Mascaro and Wall are both experienced healthcare finance industry professionals.
Mascaro has more than 20 years of experience in healthcare financing. She joined Dext Capital as vice president of business development and her core focus will be expanding and building relationships with equipment vendors in the healthcare industry. Mascaro was most recently at Marlin Capital Solutions, where she was a top sales producer for the past eight and a half years as director of national accounts.
Wall joined Dext as vice president and vendor relationship manager to originate vendor business opportunities and manage national vendor programs in the healthcare market. Wall has experience in originating direct business in the healthcare industry with a focus on the dental market. Prior to joining Dext Capital, Wall served with Wheeler Financial, TIAA and Henry Schein.
“We’re excited that Patty and Garry have chosen to be part of the Dext Team,” Jeff Rathjen, senior vice president and vendor business development manager for Dext Capital, said. “Our ability to provide flexible, creative and comprehensive vendor financing programs and end user lease structures have continued to fuel our growth both during the COVID pandemic and as we accelerate our efforts to support our customers’ reopening efforts. We actively seek industry experts like Patty and Garry who are excited to play a meaningful role in our company’s future, and have some fun at the same time.”
Dext Capital is a privately-owned independent equipment finance company. As a direct non-bank lender, Dext focuses on financial solutions for medical providers and manufacturers.
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