Key Equipment Finance Names Hill to Lead Vendor Business
JUL 12, 2016 - 6:55 am
Key Equipment Finance named Loren J. Hill senior vice president, commercial manufacturer and vendor sales. In this role, Hill will be responsible for the ongoing strategic leadership of Key Equipment Finance’s U.S. commercial vendor organization, including all business development and manufacturer program management for the energy, health care, industrial and technology verticals. He will be based in the company’s headquarters in Superior, CO.
Hill joins from IBM Global Financing, where he was global head of Capital Markets since 2000. Prior to IBM, he was senior vice president of Asset Distribution for Heller Financial, which followed a position as manager of Capital Markets. Previously, he was vice president of Capital Markets for Capital Associates International following several management positions of increasing responsibility.
“Key Equipment Finance’s manufacturer and vendor organization is one of the pillars of our business, and I’m pleased to have someone with Loren’s industry knowledge and client insights leading this team,” said Adam D. Warner, president of Key Equipment Finance. “He brings almost 30 years of experience in the financial services industry, including management, capital markets, finance, funding, business development and credit. I look forward to working with him to deliver highly effective financing programs to manufacturers and distributors throughout the U.S.”
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