Madison Capital Hires Hamm as Credit and Collection Manager Following Blody’s Retirement

After 30+ years in equipment finance, with the last 15 years spent at Madison Capital, Donald Blody, credit and collection manager, will retire in May. Madison Capital has hired Anthony Hamm to assume his role.

With extensive experience in credit analysis and financial management, Hamm will be responsible for credit underwriting, overseeing accounts receivable and managing customer onboarding processes. His role is crucial in maintaining a risk profile that aligns with Madison’s strategic objectives.

Prior to joining Madison Capital, Hamm was the national credit and finance manager for Graham Packaging for 10 years and has held similar positions with Owens and Minor, Henry Schein, RBC Centura Banks and Equifax. Hamm attended North Carolina Central University, where he majored in chemistry. He currently resides with his wife in central Pennsylvania.

“Donald will be missed greatly by our team. We are appreciative of all that he has contributed over the years including assisting with the transition of his responsibilities to the newest member of our group, Anthony Hamm,” Nancy Pistorio, president of Madison Capital, said. “Anthony’s expertise in all aspects of credit and collections will be invaluable as we continue to grow and provide financial solutions for our clients. We are excited to have him join our team.”

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