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Mitsubishi HC Capital Hires Ventresca as Director of Originations for Structured Finance

Mitsubishi HC Capital America named Fred Ventresca director of originations for structured finance. He will focus on the company’s core sectors of clean energy, mobility and technology. read more

Mitsubishi HC Capital America ‘s Work Truck Division Reaches $1B in Originations

Mitsubishi HC Capital America’s work truck finance division reached a milestone of $1 billion in originations this week. The company reached this achievement with record volume of $112 million in the quarter ending June 30. read more

Mitsubishi HC Capital America Expands Inventory Finance Team

Mitsubishi HC Capital America increased the capabilities of its inventory finance team by promoting Gary Furnas and hiring Navin Uttamchandani, Michelle Grubb and Dayana Correa. read more

Mitsubishi HC Capital’s Technology Finance Team Reports 40% Growth in Fiscal 2021

Mitsubishi HC Capital America’s technology finance team achieved company record results for fiscal year 2021, ending March 31, 2022, reporting 40% customer volume growth. read more

Mitsubishi HC Capital America Adds Lyons as ABL Origination Leader

Mitsubishi HC Capital America named Bill Lyons origination leader for asset-based lending. Based in Michigan, Lyons will be responsible for business development across the Midwest. read more

Mitsubishi HC Capital America Provides Allumia with $40MM Debt Facility

Mitsubishi HC Capital America provided Seattle-based energy-efficiency-as-a-service (EEaaS) company Allumia with a $40 million debt facility to expand its up-front cost coverage for the company’s energy efficiency projects. read more

Mitsubishi HC Capital America Identifies Commercial Finance Trends for Rest of 2022

Jim Giaimo of Mitsubishi HC Capital America identified five trends to watch in the commercial finance sector for the remainder of 2022, including abundant liquidity, loosening credit standards and a need for renewed risk evaluation. read more

Mitsubishi HC Capital America Identifies Key Reasons to Transition to Electrification

Mitsubishi HC Capital America provided five key reasons why making the move to electrification makes good business sense, including favorable costs, incentives, new revenue streams and market opportunities for battery electric vehicles and charging infrastructure. read more

Redefining Work: The Once-in-a-Lifetime Opportunity

Ryan Collison

The COVID-19 pandemic has had far-reaching impact, from public health challenges to emotional stress to labor issues. It has also given business leaders a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to redefine the way we work. The disruption in most workplaces at the start... read more

Mitsubishi HC Capital America Provides Financing for Hino Trucks’ Electrification Program

Mitsubishi HC Capital America is partnering with Hino Trucks to promote Hino INCLUSEV, a program available in the United States that enables Hino Truck dealers to migrate their businesses to support electric vehicle adoption. read more

AI-Based Forecasting Among Technologies That Could Address Supply Chain Disruptions

Kirk Mann of Mitsubishi HC Capital America identified four technologies, including artificial intelligence-based forecasting and warehouse automation, with the most potential to impact supply chain issues during a panel presentation at the recent Fleet Forward Conference. read more

Mitsubishi HC Capital Hires Furnas as Director of Business Development for Inventory Finance

Mitsubishi HC Capital America hired Gary Furnas as director of business development for dealer inventory finance, transportation. Previously, Furnas was a senior vice president and relationship manager at Wells Fargo Capital Finance. read more

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