TCF Capital Solutions Sales Rep, King, Retires; Gulan Steps In
MAR 12, 2020 - 6:25 am
Veteran sales representative Peter King of TCF Capital Solutions will retire on April 3. Ryan Gulan, who joined TCF Capital Solutions in February, will serve in King’s role following his retirement.
King’s career has spanned 33 years in the equipment finance business, including the past 18 years with TCF Capital Solutions, where he helped customers secure more than $800 million in motorcoach financing. Prior to joining TCF Capital Solutions, King spent 15 years serving in various sales and management positions with GE Capital.
“Peter has served as a thought-leader on a national scale, earning the highest level of respect from those within the motorcoach financing world and from within TCF,” Gary Peterson, CEO of TCF Capital Solutions, said. “TCF Capital Solutions is stronger today because of his leadership, and the legacy he leaves means TCF will continue to exceed the needs of our customers through our industry knowledge, tailored products and services and financial strength.”
On stepping away from his lead role, King said, “I’ve had a great run in playing a part in helping TCF and this industry grow. My goal has always been to ensure the customers’ financing needs were met. I have the utmost confidence in Ryan and know our customers will receive the same great service from TCF without me at the helm.”
Gulan comes to TCF Capital Solutions after spending 21 years with Wells Fargo, where he has held several roles in management, business banking and, most recently, supporting the equipment finance division – specifically its motorcoach industry sector. During this time, he, too, has formed strong relationships and looks forward to strengthening relationships across the TCF footprint.
“We have every confidence that Ryan is the right choice to continue to advance our efforts to provide innovative finance solutions for our customers’ successes,” Jeff Vint, vice president, sales manager for the specialty vehicles livery market of TCF Capital Solutions, said.
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