In her new role, Anger will have responsibility for managing Marlin’s human resource activities across all of Marlin’s businesses. Anger will report to Jeffrey Hilzinger, Marlin’s president and CEO.
Anger has a broad background in human resources with over 30 years of experience, much of it in the commercial finance and banking industries. Most recently, Anger led the human resources department for the North American Connected Car unit of Harman International, a Samsung company.
Prior to that she held the top human resources leadership role at Flagstar Bancorp and Crain Communications. Earlier in her career, Anger held leadership positions in human resources at AT&T Capital, Heller Financial and GE Capital.
“Given Laura’s extensive experience in all aspects of human resource management, particularly in the commercial finance and banking industries, she has the ideal background to lead Marlin’s human resources function into the future,” said Hilzinger. “Laura’s depth and breadth of experience will help us to develop and manage our human resource activities at a more strategic level, thereby, helping Marlin to recruit and retain the best people in the industry. We’re delighted to have her join Marlin’s senior leadership team.”
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