Volvo Financial Services (VFS) appointed José Olimpio vice president of remarketing and asset management at its headquarters. In this position, Olimpio will work with the Volvo Group commercial and risk functions, establishing strategies that maximize used truck and equipment financial results and measures that evaluate the success of those strategies.
Olimpio also will be responsible for developing guidelines and policies related to remarketing and asset management, and ensuring appropriate monitoring and tools are implemented within markets, region and global functions. He will assist in the development of commercial and used truck financing programs that support used trucks and equipment strategic execution. Olimpio also will work with VFS regions and the finance and risk functions to develop appropriate metrics for measuring and reporting results.
José joined the Volvo Group in 1999 and VFS in 2018 as VP of Spanish-Speaking Markets within VFS Americas, where he held responsibility for operations and profit-and-loss for VFS in Mexico, Chile and Peru. Before then, he held various leadership positions within Volvo Trucks and Volvo wholly owned dealerships in Argentina, Chile and Brazil.
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