Phil Neuffer rejoined Monitor as senior editor. He will also serve as managing editor for Monitor’s sister publication, ABF Journal, responsible for the publication’s print, digital, e-news and online properties. He will report to Rita Garwood, editor in chief.
“We are thrilled that Phil has rejoined our team. With his knowledge and experience of our brands, coupled with his creativity and talent, we know that he is the right person to have on board as we expand the content of both publications to better serve the equipment finance and secured lending industries,” Garwood said.
Neuffer most recently served as an online content editor with Healio/Endocrine Today after spending three years as web editor for Monitor and ABF Journal.
“We have big plans for Monitor and ABF Journal in 2020. With Phil on board, we are poised to execute on those plans and deliver dynamic and engaging new content to our readers in the equipment finance and secured lending worlds. We are excited to see what’s in store for our brand with Phil on our editorial team,” Lisa Rafter, publisher of Monitor and ABF Journal, said.
Monitor and ABF Journal are publications of Bryn Mawr, PA-based RAM Group, a multimedia company that owns and operates several brand name publications serving the equipment leasing/finance and asset-based/specialty finance industries nationwide. The brand names include Monitor, Monitor 100, MonitorDaily, ABF Journal and Molloy Associates, an executive search firm affiliate of RAM Group.
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