In his new role as Marlin’s CCO, Maslowe will have responsibility for managing all of Marlin’s underwriting practices, policies, procedures, risk appetite and overall credit risk management across all of Marlin’s businesses. Maslowe will report to Jeffrey Hilzinger, Marlin’s president and CEO.
Maslowe has a background in commercial finance with more than 30 years of credit experience. Prior to joining Marlin, he was senior vice president and chief risk officer of the Americas for DLL. In his role at DLL, Maslowe was responsible for all credit adjudication, enterprise risk management and credit scorecard management for the Americas. In addition, he served as co-chairman of the global model risk committee and was a member of DLL’s global risk, credit and audit committees.
Previously, Maslowe held senior leadership positions in credit and risk management with several other leading bank-owned, independent and captive leasing companies.
“Given the breadth and depth of Lou’s experience in credit and risk management, he has the ideal background to lead Marlin’s credit function into the future,” Hilzinger said. “Lou has experience across multiple commercial finance products, including significant experience in all aspects of equipment finance, so we’re delighted to have him join Marlin’s senior leadership team.”
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