Bill Bosco is the principal of Leasing 101, a lease consulting company. Bill has over 37 years of experience in the leasing industry. His areas of expertise are accounting, tax, financial analysis, structuring, pricing and training. Bosco has been on the ELFA accounting committee since 1988 and was chairman for 10 years. He is a frequent author and speaker on leasing topics. He has been selected to the FASB/IASB Lease Project working group. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, www.leasing-101.com or 914-522-3233.
Dexter Van Dango is a pen name for a real person who is a senior executive with more than 25 years of experience in the equipment leasing industry. A self-described portly, middle-aged, graying, balding leasing guy in the twilight of a mediocre career, Van Dango will provide occasional insight from the front lines via Monitor.
Joe Sebik is a CPA who has worked in the equipment finance industry since 1980. Currently employed by Siemens Financial Services, he has worked for PwC, IBM Credit, Citicorp Global Equipment Finance, Chase Equipment Leasing and JPMorgan’s Tax-Oriented Investments group. His roles have spanned all aspects of equipment finance, from auditing to financial
reporting to transaction structuring and marketing to tax reporting. He has been on the ELFA’s Accounting Committee for more than 13 years and has been the chairman of the ELFA’s Federal Tax Committee since 2013. He has written extensively about the industry including numerous technical portfolios for Bloomberg/BNA on both lease accounting and the economics of equipment finance.
Capital Equipment Solutions, Corcentric, Vice President of Sales
Mathew Guice, CTP, is vice president of Sales, Capital Equipment Solutions at Corcentric. He has been with Corcentric for six years and is responsible for implementing customized financing terms to lower fleet’s total cost of ownership. Prior to joining Corcentric, he held positions with Stryker and Henry Schein.
Sergey Moiseenko is a senior vice president with DBRS’s Global Structured Finance Group, primarily rating U.S. ABS transactions secured by commercial assets with a particular focus on securitizations backed by equipment financing contracts, marine container leases as well as a number of commercial esoteric assets.