Greg L’Herault joined the business development team of Hitachi Business Finance, where he will concentrate his efforts on attracting new asset-based lending, syndication and factoring clients across the United States. read more
According to the Wall Street Journal, the new lease accounting standards have given some companies the opportunity to find unexpected savings, despite the more time-intensive reporting requirements. read more
Anthony Mattaliano joined Peapack Capital as vice president, senior credit underwriter, responsible for the evaluation and due diligence of equipment finance and leasing clients and preparation of loan proposals. read more
Have you ever thought about who will succeed you when you are ready to step down or retire? What plans are in place to backfill senior roles throughout your organization for planned or emergency job vacancies? Most businesses have formal... read more
When Monitor’s editorial board sat down to select the very first winner of the Current Leader Monitor Icon award, Terey Jennings, president of Financial Pacific Leasing, was a natural choice as he exemplifies the primary traits of this award: the... read more
Kenneth P. Weinberg,
Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz
Usury laws vary from state to state, which can make a lease or loan more complicated when the lessor is in one state and the lessee in another. Kenneth Weinberg discusses how this has played out so far in the courts, with favorable rulings for a lessor often depending not only on who files first, but where they file from.
Brokerage, like many financial and professional services, has changed over the years, with the rise of digital innovations, ease-of-use communications and new products on offer through the leasing industry. But for those just starting out, sometimes the old-fashioned way of growing a business is still best, as Bob Bell explains.