Oakmont Capital Services Promotes Perlinger to VP, Syndications
JUL 31, 2020 - 7:05 am
Oakmont Capital Services promoted Kayla Perlinger, CLFP, to vice president of syndications. Perlinger will continue to manage the portfolio and syndications as Oakmont expands its funding relationships and increases production.
“Kayla is passionate about her work and dedicated to managing our syndication relationships while also being an integral leader for Oakmont’s operational efficiency,” Joe Leonard, CLFP and managing member of Oakmont Capital Services, said. “We’re fortunate to have her as part of our team and now in an even stronger position to lead.”
Perlinger, who joined Oakmont in 2018, has nearly nine years of experience in the equipment finance industry, with a background in credit, syndications, broker relations, operations and business reporting. She was recently chosen as one of Monitor’s NextGen leaders and holds a Certified Lease & Finance Professional designation.
“Kayla is a rising star in the equipment finance industry and her positive contributions to Oakmont are felt each day,” Leonard said. “We’re all excited to see what Kayla will do next to improve processes and strengthen syndication partnerships. The sky is the limit regarding her talents.”
Perlinger was presented with the Chris Walker Member of the Year award in 2017 for her contributions and support to the National Equipment Finance Associations’ educational online platform. In 2018 she became a committee member for the Chris Walker Education Fund to promote and further the availability of industry-wide education.
“My professional mission is to serve as a leader by encouraging innovation, forward-thinking and the promotion of ambitious goals,” Perlinger said. “I’m thrilled to take on a role as vice president at Oakmont and look forward to taking our syndications partnerships to the next level.”
Oakmont Capital Services, headquartered in West Chester, PA, with an office in Albany, MN, is a direct, independent lender, providing commercial equipment financing and working capital throughout all 50 states.
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