Syndifi CEO to Participate in Capital Markets Breakout Session at ELFA’s Annual Convention



Dan Michalek, founder and CEO of Syndifi, the online syndication software provider company built specifically for the equipment finance industry, will be participating in the ‘Capital Markets in Review: Funding in the Digital Age’ breakout session at the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association’s 60th Annual Convention.

‘Capital Markets in Review: Funding in the Digital Age’ will include a lively discussion of the current and future state of the capital markets featuring acquisition and syndication professionals and will cover best practices in equipment finance funding based on the initial findings from an ongoing study by the Equipment Leasing & Finance Foundation.

The breakout session is made up of an impressive lineup of presenters. Michalek will be accompanied by industry experts such as Bill Bullock, senior vice president of capital markets at ATEL; Dave Wiener, managing director at The Alta Group; Mike Hube, senior vice president and syndications team lead at Fifth Third Bank; Tom Ficca, managing director of capital markets at CIT; and Steven Spivey, managing director of capital markets at Truist Equipment Finance.

“We are looking forward to returning to in-person conferences and having a chance to once again connect with the industry face to face,” Michalek said. “I am excited to connect with the conference attendees and discuss the state of syndication, market opportunities and the future of the industry”

This breakout session will take place during the ELFA’s 60th Annual Convention in San Antonio, which is being held from Oct. 24 to Oct. 26. The breakout session is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. CDT.

Michalek is a seasoned technology leader and a serial entrepreneur with more than 25 years of experience in the greater equipment leasing and data marketplaces. Most notably, Michalek was CEO and founder of PayNet, a data analytics company that revolutionized and digitized the granting of credit within the equipment finance industry and which was acquired by Equifax.

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