Kevin Wright has been named vice president of equipment finance. In this role, Wright will identify, develop and deliver end-user equipment finance solutions for the company’s middle market. He will be serving clients in Missouri, Indiana and Kentucky.Read More »
Comparing the equipment financing industry 25 years ago and today, Adam D. Warner, president of Key Equipment Finance, sees different industry players but the same kinds of people: innovative, creative and talented individuals.Read More »
Brandon Hannaman has been named vice president, senior account executive. In this role, Hannaman will provide customized equipment financing solutions for mid-market corporations in California, Nevada and Arizona.Read More »
Justin Woodward has been named vice president. In this role, Woodward will deliver equipment finance solutions to the company’s current and prospective clients in Idaho and Eastern Washington.Read More »
When it comes to the question of how Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs) should pay for required equipment or upgrades, there is rarely a single, best answer. Equipment financing options vary depending on each ESOP’s financial objectives, whether optimizing cash flow or tax savings.
“It’s definitely something people still need education on in terms of what is available to them and what the benefits are, as opposed to just paying cash," said Kathy Havlik, who was part of a team from Key Equipment Finance attending the recent Multi-State Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) Conference in Wilkes-Barre, PA, to educate several hundred participants on the benefits of equipment financing for ESOPs.Read More »