Lease Corporation of America Adds Sheehan & Smith to Sales Team
MAR 5, 2020 - 6:55 am
Lease Corporation of America added Mark Sheehan and Jonathan Smith to the firm’s small-ticket vendor financing sales staff. These new sales professionals will help advance the strategic direction of the company and drive the growth of its vendor financing business.
Mark Sheehan joined LCA as a vice president, National Accounts Business Development. Sheehan was most recently at Crestmark Equipment Finance, where he was responsible for new business development across multiple industries. Prior to Crestmark, he was with Wintrust Capital, EverBank Commercial Finance and PNC Equipment Finance. Sheehan will report to Jeff Teucke, EVP of Sales and Marketing.
Jonathan Smith joins LCA as an account executive and will work out of the company’s headquarters in Troy, MI. Smith was most recently a regional vice president for Primerica Financial Services. He holds multiple securities certifications including Series 6, 26 and 63, as well as certifications for life insurance and annuities. Smith will report to Gary Hanson, VP of Sales.
“LCA continues to attract top talent and I’m thrilled to have these two sales professionals join our team,” said Teucke. “We have a seasoned group across our originations platform that will be complemented by the new energy that Mark and Jon will bring to the company.”
“We are pleased with the additions our LCA sales team,” Jeff Sugg, president, adds. “Jeff Teucke has done a tremendous job of augmenting the sales team with outstanding personnel, which will position LCA for its next phase of growth and profitability.”
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