Johnston Joins Slim Capital Team as Operations Supervisor
JAN 17, 2020 - 6:28 am
SLIM Capital hired Andrew Johnston as Operations Supervisor. Johnston’s focus will be to evaluate, recommend, and execute on initiatives for SLIM Capital’s current operation process. He will be located at SLIM Capital’s headquarters in Beverly Hills, CA.
“Andrew will be very instrumental in SLIM’s continued efforts to utilize technology, systems and processes to enhance our infrastructure,” said Shervin Rashti, CEO of SLIM Capital. “He will also assist in supporting faster turnaround and more consistent decisioning in our deal-onboarding, credit adjudication and documentation & funding processes.”
Prior to joining SLIM Capital, Johnston has been very successful in handling cross-functional activities between sales, collections, accounting, loan closing, customer service, and business development for Currency Capital.
“I am excited to join a team with such a great reputation in the industry; it’s also a great feeling to be aligned with the organization’s culture and strategic initiatives from day one. I am looking forward to learning from both Shervin and Jeff as they continue to create uniquely structured and effective solutions for our clients. Let the journey begin!”
Given Johnston’s background and experience, he will position SLIM Capital to establish more efficiencies and provide a better brand image for the company and products, while providing superior service to SLIM’s customers.
SLIM Capital is a nationwide direct finance company that specializes in financing equipment acquisitions.
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