“It is an honor to become a CLFP, as it is a credential for the professionals who are truly committed to being knowledgeable, honest, and ethical leaders within the leasing industry,” Wallner said.
“Becoming a CLFP requires that you learn about all aspects of the equipment leasing [and] financing business,” McDonough said. “I am proud of our team for stepping outside their comfort zone, challenging themselves to learn, and demonstrating their commitment and passion for their profession.”
In addition to demonstrating their knowledge, CLFPs must also have at least three years of verifiable equipment leasing and financing experience, pledge to abide by the foundation’s standards of professional conduct and commit to engage with the leasing and finance community.
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