lyst in 2013. After ten months in her role
as debtor analyst, she was promoted to
client analyst. Purnell has a bachelor of
science in business administration and
economics from Middle Tennessee State
University. She is based in Crestmark’s
office in Franklin, Tennessee, and reports to first vice president, operations
manager -client services Doug Kollman.
Eastern Bank: Gregory;P.;Buscone was
appointed as a senior vice president
and regional group head in Commercial Banking. Buscone will report
directly to Jan Miller, vice chairman
and chief commercial banking officer.
Prior to joining Eastern, Buscone spent
17 years at Citizens Bank, serving as a
senior vice president and market manager for Massachusetts Middle-Market
and Specialized Lending. At Citizens, he
managed a group of 30 persons with $1.4
billion in middle-market loans.
Buscone began his commercial
banking career in 1986 at Shawmut
Bank. He brings more than 30 years in
financial services experience to Eastern, including roles in retail banking,
small business lending, and middle-market and specialized lending.
ENGS Commercial Finance Co. (ENGS)
has announced the expansion of two
office locations as well as additional
team members to the company’s Factoring subsidiary, ENGS Commercial
Joining the company are Bronwyn
Hobson, vice president, risk management; Patrick;Eakins, vice president,
business development manager; Mike
Costello, transportation sales manager
and William;Rodriguez, inside sales
business development officer. In addition to its Birmingham, AL headquarters, ECC has added offices in Chicago,
Illinois and Nashville, TN.
Tania Daniel, managing director of
ECC, commented, “The expansion and
ment procedures, approved funding’s
and audited the portfolio.
Patrick Eakins brings over 17 years
of commercial finance experience,
most recently from TAB Bank, and is
responsible for new business development efforts. With over 40 years of
experience, most recently from JD Factors, Mike Costello has worked directly
with businesses to help leverage their
cash flow and working capital needs
and will be responsible for managing
and growing the Transportation sales
efforts on behalf of ECC.
Also joining the team is William Ro-driguez, inside sales business development officer, who will be responsible
for developing new business relationships and growing the inside sales
market opportunities ahead of us are
very exciting. We recognize the need
to further support the industry by
increasing local capability and could
not have found a better portfolio
of talent.” Daniel continued, “These
individuals have extensive experience
with accounts receivable funding,
transportation credit management, direct lending and asset-based account
management, which will provide our
clients with unparalleled expertise in
structuring working capital opportunities.”
Bronwyn Hobson is responsible for
risk management and brings over 30
years of experience in the financial
services industry, most recently with
Porter Capital. While at Porter Capital,
Hobson managed its largest clients,
trained associates on risk manage-
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