In her new role, Dailey will report to the Director of Credit and Portfolio Management Tony McHugh and assume responsibility for all portfolio servicing, customer satisfaction and cash application related functions.
“Julie has been an outstanding team member for UniFI since joining and has a long record of success,” said RJ Grimshaw, UniFI president and CEO. “Julie will play an important role in helping UniFI maintain our strong portfolio performance as well the high standard we expect for customer satisfaction.”
Dailey joined the company in October of 2017 and brought a wealth of business experience in administration and operations support to UniFI. Prior to that, she acted as the travel coordinator for the Detroit Red Wings. She also served as collection manager with General Funding, demonstrating deep experience with A/R collections, lease payment invoicing, automatic debit system, database maintenance and lessee customer service.
UniFI Equipment Finance is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Bank of Ann Arbor with a national presence in the small ticket vendor space. It has funded more than 85,000 transactions, totaling over $1 billion.
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