Tristate Capital Equipment Finance Hires Sentementes & Shilling as VPs
JUL 16, 2019 - 6:38 am
Nick Sentementes and Ray Shilling joined TriState Capital Bank as vice presidents/relationship manager of equipment finance.
Sentementes will be responsible for new business development and market growth in the equipment leasing and financing space in New York City and the surrounding areas.
Shilling will be responsible for new business development and market growth in the equipment leasing and financing space for the eastern Pennsylvania and southern New Jersey regions.
Prior to joining TriState Capital, Sentementes served as an equipment finance officer for a large regional bank.
“We are thrilled to have Nick join the TriState Capital Equipment Finance team. His two decades of industry experience will be valuable in expanding our relationships and delivering customized solutions in our New York office and beyond,” said TriState Capital Bank president and CEO Brian Fetterolf.
Prior to joining TriState Capital, Shilling served as vice president of equipment finance at a large community bank, as well as at a multinational bank.
“Ray’s equipment finance background and leadership skills will be fundamental in creating customizable solutions for our clients,” said Tim Moriarity, TriState Capital Bank senior vice president and manager of TriState Capital Equipment Finance.
Headquartered in Pittsburgh, TriState Capital Bank serves middle-market commercial customers through regional representative offices in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Edison, NJ and New York City, as well as high-net-worth individuals nationwide through its national referral network of financial intermediaries. It has $6.3 billion in assets, as of March 31, 2019.
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