TriState Capital Hires Kaplan as Relationship Manager for Equipment Finance
NOV 16, 2023 - 6:24 am
Michael Kaplan joined TriState Capital Bank as relationship manager for equipment finance. In this role, Kaplan will be responsible for new business development and market growth in the equipment leasing and financing space in the Midwest.
“As we continue to grow our equipment finance team, Michael is a great addition to TriState Capital’s coverage in our Midwest market,” Brian Fetterolf, president and CEO of TriState Capital Bank, said. “His strong reputation, market knowledge and industry expertise make him the right person to develop financing solutions for us with our current clients as well as help us engage meaningful new client relationships.”
Kaplan has nearly 20 years of industry experience in banking, equipment finance and leasing. He joined TriState Capital after working at First Financial Equipment Finance as managing director and head of organizations. Prior to that, he was vice president and relationship manager with PNC Equipment Finance. He began his career with National City Commercial Capital in 2005.
“Michael’s diverse experience goes beyond equipment finance and includes extensive knowledge in capital markets, credit and risk management, and business development,” Tim Moriarity, TriState Capital Bank’s executive vice president and manager of equipment finance, said. “His knowledge of the Ohio market and beyond will help TriState Capital grow its equipment finance presence in our Midwest market.”
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