Two Healthcare Industry Veterans Join Dext Capital Sales Team
DEC 20, 2018 - 7:00 am
Dext Capital hired Tim Vertz and Lou Haboush as senior sales and business development managers to originate business opportunities in the healthcare space.
Vertz has more than 30 years of experience in the healthcare equipment financing space. In his role at Dext Capital, Vertz will concentrate his efforts on building relationships with healthcare providers for their highly structured equipment acquisition and financing needs.
Prior to joining Dext Capital, Vertz held various leadership positions including healthcare leader for Huntington Technology Finance, Director of BD for MEI Molecular Imaging and Sales Manager for DVI.
Haboush has been providing financial solutions for hospitals, diagnostic centers and medical practices for over 25 years totaling over $500 million in funded transactions. Haboush is a proven professional who plans to continue to build upon his many years of successfully providing exceptional service and responsiveness to his healthcare dealers, distributors and medical providers.
Most recently, Haboush held senior sales positions at NFS Leasing, First Financial and Velocity Capital.
“We couldn’t be more excited about adding two successful healthcare experts to our sales team. Tim and Lou are the type of seasoned relationship managers who blend deep healthcare knowledge, strong financial structuring acumen and a passion for customer excellence that we want delivering the Dext value proposition to our customers,” said Kyin Lok, president and chief executive officer for Dext Capital.
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