Rogers will be focused on investing in equipment finance transactions and portfolios, particularly those involving industrial, IT, medical, transportation and construction equipment. She will utilize her credit knowledge to work with financial partners to offer revolvers and warehouse lines, asset-based loans and private equity term loans, and various working capital structures. Rogers will also seek project financing and EaaS investments.
“Tracey has extensive experience in structuring, pricing, and negotiating commercial equipment finance solutions with banks, independent commercial finance companies, captives and other financial intermediaries. We will be leveraging her strong expertise to meet the many opportunities in today’s environment,” Corinne Seton, senior vice president and head of capital markets for Mitsubishi HC Capital America, said.
“I am thrilled to have joined such a well-respected financier with its broad array of leasing and lending capabilities and focus on sustaining client relationships,” Rogers said. “I look forward to utilizing my knowledge to create customized solutions that help our financial partners grow and succeed.”
Rogers has more than 25 years of capital markets experience. Prior to joining Mitsubishi HC Capital America, Rogers was vice president of capital markets for the equipment finance division at LendingClub Bank. She also held senior positions at BBVA Compass Financial and worked for other equipment finance companies like Summit Funding Group, Capital Associates and GE Capital.
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