Northland Capital Promotes Anderson, McLean and Holthaus
JAN 14, 2021 - 7:17 am
Northland Capital promoted Erik Anderson to chief credit officer, Beth McLean to vice president of operations and Barb Holthaus to controller.
“These individuals exemplify our company’s culture and build upon the strong foundation created over the past 25 years,” Jerry Baker, CFO of Northland Capital, said. “As leaders within the organization, they will be vital to the growth of the organization for many years to come.”
Anderson, who joined Northland Capital in 2008, manages the company’s credit and syndication activities and works directly with the company’s sales teams. In addition, he is responsible for the continued development and execution of Northland Capital’s credit risk model.
Joining Northland Capital in 2003, McLean, who holds the CLFP designation, has served in many different capacities, including credit, software integrations and special projects, and management of the operations department. She also is responsible for the implementation of a new lease and loan origination software solution.
Holthaus, a 25-year veteran, will continue to be responsible for the daily functions of the accounting and administration departments for financial reporting and work with Northland Capital’s external accounting and tax advisors.
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