Insight Financial Adds Castellanos as VP, Commercial Sales
SEP 21, 2018 - 6:45 am
Insight Financial Services (IFS) expanded its team with the addition of Mark Castellanos as vice president of Commercial Sales. Castellanos will be responsible for leading the development of the IFS sales center for commercial and mid-market clients.
“IFS is established among large enterprises as an equipment finance leader and now we are bringing our offerings to the broader market to support the increasing demand for capital in the commercial space,” said Scott Sullivan, executive vice president, Insight Investments. “Mark’s mid-market experience is exceptional. We are excited that he has joined the team to build out our new sales center, which will offer the full breadth of IFS’ solutions to mid-sized businesses with capital equipment and technology financing needs.”
Castellanos joins the company with more than 20 years of sales leadership and a proven track record of success in middle market leasing. He has developed and managed highly successful sales teams and has been recognized for delivering significant results. Prior to joining IFS, Castellanos served as vice president at California First National Bank where he managed equipment leasing for commercial clients. Earlier, he held senior roles and account positions with financial leasing firms including Mellon U.S. Leasing and U.S. Bancorp Oliver-Allen Technology Leasing.
Insight Financial Services delivers technology leasing solutions for organizations acquiring hardware, software and associated services. It is a division of Insight Investments.
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