By Jeffrey Eades in Thought Leadership Posted June 29, 2019

Financing energy efficiency upgrades

Reducing energy costs is a major consideration for many businesses and government entities because lower energy costs translates into improved profitability and cash flow, and investments in sustainability can add significant value to assets, a topic explored in a recent article for MountainWest Capital Network's Utah Deal Flow.


By Amy Thomas Posted June 25, 2019

Key expands leadership role for Jen Martin

Key Equipment Finance has promoted Jen Martin to vice president of leasing and vendor program support. In this role, Martin will oversee the newly-combined leasing programs and vendor performance teams, which includes the company’s NextGen project.


By Amy Thomas in Community Posted June 20, 2019

Key volunteers help community keep waterways clean

With the help of volunteers from KeyBank and Key Equipment Finance during a recent Neighbors Make the Difference Day, the City of Westminster in Colorado is raising awareness of the essential need to keep the stormwater drain system free of pollution and contaminants.


By Amy Thomas in Company News Posted June 5, 2019

Key executives take larger roles

Key Equipment Finance announced today that Shawn Arnone, Dave Lempko and Don Phillips have all assumed expanded leadership roles within the company.


By Amy Thomas in Community Posted May 31, 2019

Key employees clean, sort, paint and repair for annual day of service

More than 70 Key Equipment Finance employees volunteered May 15 at local non-profit organizations in Colorado for the 29th annual Neighbors Make the Difference Day.


By Amy Thomas in Company News Posted May 30, 2019

Amy Gross and Peter Bullen to assume new leadership roles

Key Equipment Finance has expanded the leadership roles of Amy Gross and Peter Bullen, promoting each to executive vice president.


By Amy Thomas in Thought Leadership Posted May 1, 2019

Stronger day rates, utilization point to marine industry rebound

The marine industry is exhibiting a few signs of a rebound in the form of stronger day rates and increasing utilization, giving operators a reason to hope a corner has been turned, according to a new article in WorkBoat magazine by Ronnie Evans, director of marine finance at Key Equipment Finance.


By Amy Thomas in Thought Leadership Posted April 26, 2019

Article: Investment increases value in value-based health care

With total health care spending in the United States at more than $10,000 per capita a year and twice as much as other wealthy nations, a shift is underway from fee-for-service to value-based care that incentivizes providers with positive patient outcomes instead of numbers of procedures, according to an article in The Washington Post.


By Amy Thomas in Thought Leadership Posted April 24, 2019

Article: Outlook positive for credit & collections

A group of seasoned credit risk professionals recently shared their thoughts on the current state of affairs with Equipment Leasing & Finance magazine, settling on a general consensus that the outlook was positive.


By Amy Thomas in Thought Leadership Posted April 18, 2019

Benefits of increasing diversity in equipment finance workforce

The most important benefit of increasing ethnic and gender diversity in the workforce and leadership team is gaining diversity of thought in all areas of business.


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