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Fifth Third Boosts Commercial Equipment Finance Support Across Country

March 02, 2017, 07:19 AM

Fifth Third Bancorp has added three regional relationship managers to its growing Commercial Equipment Financing group, demonstrating an ongoing commitment to provide a variety of financing options for equipment, vehicles, facilities and more for commercial businesses.

These three new hires build upon last year’s announcement that Fifth Third’s Commercial Equipment Financing Group is expanding its market presence, operating as four distinct regions: South, North Central, Midwest and East.

The new regional relationship managers are:

  • Scott Jackson (Dallas, Texas) – Jackson will serve customers in the Texas and Oklahoma markets, reporting to Lance King, managing director of the South Region. Jackson brings more than 25 years of equipment finance experience to the Bank, most recently as managing director, GE Capital Commercial Finance.
  • Larry Nogueira (Houston, Texas) – Nogueira will also report to Lance King and will serve customers in Texas and Louisiana. His 20 years of equipment finance experience includes his most recent role as specialty markets leader in the energy sector for Wells Fargo Equipment Finance. 
  • John Turck (Buffalo, New York) – Turck was most recently the executive sales officer at Signature Financial. He will serve customers in the northeastern U.S. and report to Bob Davies, managing director, East Region. Turck brings over 20 years of equipment finance experience to the organization.

“The three regional relationship managers bring a combined 65 years of equipment finance experience to Fifth Third Bank,” said Tom Partridge, president of Fifth Third Equipment Finance. “Our current and prospective customers will benefit from their knowledge and experience in the industry when making important business decisions on purchases and financing.”

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