In his new role, Irwin will have responsibility for managing the company’s liquidity, setting the annual financial plan, analyzing the performance of financial goals, developing pricing tools and delivering insight on efficient capital generation and utilization.
Irwin has more than 18 years of experience in the financial services industry, holding positions in M&A, treasury and accounting. Prior to joining Marlin in January 2016, he was vice president of Mergers & Acquisitions at CIT Group.
“Rich’s extensive treasury, financial and equipment finance experience is an ideal fit for the critical role of treasurer for Marlin,” said W. Taylor Kamp, Marlin’s CFO. “We’re proud to have him join the Marlin team and look forward to his contributions to help manage and achieve our strategic and financial goals.”
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