Western Alliance Adds Equipment Finance Vet Waller
MAY 6, 2020 - 6:50 am
Western Alliance Bank added finance executive Lance Waller to its commercial banking team within the equipment finance group. As vice president of Commercial Banking, Waller will serve as a relationship manager where he will oversee client service while managing large-scale transactions.
Waller has been an instrumental asset to equipment finance operations at several national banks in the U.S. Based in Nashville, he is a specialist across industries and has directed a significant number of transactions throughout many Southern states over the course of his career. Waller’s unique understanding of equipment finance and nuances within various industries will be an asset to Western Alliance Bank’s equipment finance group.
“Lance brings 20-plus years of equipment finance experience and expands our reach to geographies in the East and South US. His approach to understanding the industry from both the banking side and a service perspective will benefit our clients,” said Jon L Brown, commercial sales leader of the Equipment Finance Group. “Adding Lance to our team gives us critical experience to better serve the direct origination market.”
“Western Alliance Bank has an unrivaled reputation in the business banking sector for its ability to deliver highly effective financing solutions to a wide range of clients,” said Waller. “In joining the Equipment Finance Group, I’m eager to build upon their successes by continuing to deliver on the entrepreneurial and relationship-based approach for which they are known in the industry.”
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