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Nick Small: Excitement In The Evolution Of Tomorrow

After nearly 35 years in equipment finance, Nick Small is leading Cisco Capital as president. He outlines his vision for the company and shares his perspective on the best way to ensure the ongoing vitality of the industry.... read more

Black Equipment Finance Network Awards Scholarships to HBCU Students for CLFP Program

The Black Equipment Finance Network, a national networking organization of equipment finance professionals, awarded its inaugural scholarships to two students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities. The scholarship program is part of a collaborative effort between the Certified Lease & Finance Professional Foundation and Cisco Capital. read more

Cisco Capital President Snow Announces Retirement

Kristine A. Snow, president of Cisco Systems Capital, the captive financing entity within Cisco Systems, will retire after serving as president since 2009. During Snow’s 15-year tenure, she oversaw the company’s technology financing, channel financing and Cisco Refresh businesses. read more

Cisco Capital Launches Program to Accelerate Technology Investments

Cisco launched the Cisco Capital Business Acceleration Program. Offered through Cisco Capital, the program is designed to help customers mitigate financial challenges based on overall market uncertainty. read more

Can Independents and Banks Compete For Business with a Consumption Model?

The drive toward consumption or pay-for-use models in equipment finance is well underway and to keep up, independent and bank lenders need to determine how to fit such offerings into their arsenals. Dexter Van Dango explores just how realistic such an endeavor can be. ... read more

Cisco Capital Promotes Roetto to VP of Worldwide Sales

Cisco Capital promoted Toby Roetto to vice president of worldwide sales. Roetto has more than 20 years of global leadership experience in sales, financing and strategy, most recently leading Cisco Capital Americas sales. read more

Cisco Capital Promotes Castelli to Senior Managing Director, Americas

Cisco Capital promoted Romie Castelli to senior managing director responsible for the company’s Americas sales leadership. Castelli has been with Cisco for eight years and has held various leadership roles. read more

Snow Becomes Third Female Board Chair of the ELFA

Kris Snow, president of Cisco Capital, became the third female board chair of the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association when outgoing board chair Martha Ahlers, president of United Leasing & Finance, passed the leadership torch to Snow on Nov. 10 as part of ELFA 2020 Business LIVE! read more

Cisco Capital Provides $2.5B in Financing to Support Business Resiliency

Cisco Capital commits $2.5 billion to a new business resiliency program to help organizations mitigate financial challenges resulting from COVID-19. read more

Riding into the Financial Future: The Next Five Years of Captive Financing

Consumption models are changing, and Kristine A. Snow says captive finance companies are poised to be the catalysts for cultural change. With an unwavering focus on the customer, she says captives will prosper as new technologies shift and redefine industries.... read more

ELFA Reports 7% Y/Y Decline in June NBV, Notes 4% YTD Increase

According to the ELFA, overall new business volume for June was $9.1 billion, down 7% year-over-year from new business volume in June 2017. Volume was up 18% month-to-month from $7.7 billion in May. Year to date, cumulative new business volume was up 4% compared to 2017. read more

Technology Vendor Finance: 20 Years of Maturation

As Cisco Capital reaches an important milestone, Kristine A. Snow looks at the evolution of technology vendor finance over the last 20 years. Once a static exchange between vendor and customer, it has now evolved into a long-term partnership that meets the needs of today’s consumption-based economy.... read more

An Evolving Dynamic: Captive Financing in IT

As the Internet of Everything continues to grow, the next generation of IT solutions will require more structured financing capabilities to be successfully developed. Cisco Capital’s Kristine A. Snow anticipates that captives will not only serve as a financial foundation but — more importantly — will evolve to become trusted advisors to organizations.... read more

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