Northland Capital appointed Brian Eschmann the company’s new president. As president, Eschmann will apply his more than 20 years of commercial finance sales and leadership experience to Northland Capital’s business model to drive growth and build upon the company’s cultural foundation.
A member of the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association (ELFA), Eschmann has experience building sales teams with Schneider National and U.S. Bank Corporate Payment Systems prior to serving 10 years as the president of Trans Lease.
“Brian’s experience in the industry and strong leadership aligns well with our culture to ensure continued success,” Willis Kleinjan, CEO of Northland Capital, said. “He will be a valuable addition in leading the organization and fostering growth as we position to take on new opportunities.”
“With a strong team, solid reputation in the industry and commitment to delivering more to our customers, Northland Capital is poised for continued growth and success,” Eschmann said. “I am excited to take on this role and look forward to working with the team as we expand on delivering unique solutions to the marketplace.”
Eschmann is an active member with the ELFA, having chaired the Independent-Middle Market Steering Committee, served as LeasePAC liaison and a member of the newly-formed Advocacy Advisory Committee.
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