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Long Island Banks Expanding Their Equipment Financing Offerings

Two banks serving Long Island recently made major inroads into the equipment financing space, according to a report in the Long Island Business News. read more

ELFA/IMN Investors’ Conference: Equipment ABS Market ‘Strong at All Levels’

Presenters at the 17th Annual Investors’ Conference shared an optimistic outlook for the equipment finance industry, with ABS “strong at all levels,” M&A “very frothy” and 2018 business investment expected to be “very bullish.”... read more

EverBank Vendor Equip Finance Expands Office Products, Industrial Teams

EverBank Vendor Equipment Finance added three relationship managers to its Office Products division and two to its Industrial team. read more

Shift to Digital Imperative as Competition Grows More Intense

Mike Sweeney

By and large, 2017 has been a positive year so far for the vendor equipment finance industry. We’re seeing solid year over year performance, as well as an optimism among industry leaders that hasn’t been felt for a number of... read more

TIAA Completes Acquisition of EverBank

TIAA announced the successful completion of its acquisition of EverBank Financial. read more

Active M&A Cycle Continues: Strategies to Improve the Chances of Completing a Transaction

The Alta Group’s Bruce Kropschot and James Jackson provide an update on M&A activity in the equipment finance industry and an outlook for 2017. They offer strategies for sellers and buyers to move a transaction from a letter of intent to a successful closing.... read more

EverBank Q4/16 Equipment Finance Originations Down 21% Year/Year

EverBank announced equipment financing originations of $332 million in Q4/16 were down 21% from $420 million for the same quarter a year earlier. read more

Top 10 Equipment Finance Stories of 2016

DLL, Everbank’s acquisition by TIAA and Element’s split into two separate companies highlighted the top 10 news stories of the year. read more

Addition by Unification: Walters Leads EverBank’s Combined Venture

When EverBank launched its capital equipment finance group in 2014, it asked Ken Walters to come in and help lead it. Fast forward to today, and Walters is once again taking on a leadership role for a new group, which combines the structured equipment finance and ABL arms of EverBank. He shares the rationale behind the combination, how the new group is fairing in the early going and why it's focused on taking a generalist approach to the market.... read more

TIAA Agrees to Acquire EverBank in $2.5B Deal

TIAA announced an agreement to acquire EverBank in a deal valued at $2.5 billion. The deal is expected to close in the first half of 2017. read more

Reuters: TIAA May Acquire EverBank for $2.5B

Reuters reported that TIAA may be close to acquiring EverBank, as the financial services company has entered into exclusive negotiations to purchase the Jacksonville, FL–based bank for $2.5 billion. read more

Bloomberg: EverBank Receives Unsolicited Bid, Hires Adviser

Bloomberg reported EverBank Financial hired an adviser and is exploring a sale after receiving interest from a potential buyer. read more

EverBank Announces Leadership Appointments, Organizational Realignment

EverBank expanded its Lender Finance division and combined the Capital Equipment Finance and Business Credit units into a single group, while also adding two former GE Capital employees to its senior management team. read more

EverBank Combines Finance Units, Walters to Lead

EverBank will consolidate its Capital Equipment Finance and Business Credit units into a single organization called EverBank Business Finance. The new unit will be led by Ken Walters, previous head of EverBank’s Capital Equipment Finance business. read more

Ready for the Next Downturn … Diligent Credit and Risk Managers Worry

Monitor contributor, Susan Carol, reports on the ELFA’s Credit and Collection Conference where credit and risk managers remain confident when it comes to compliance and fundamental practices as they prepare for the next inevitable downturn.... read more

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