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Stonebriar CF Names Rorschach as Managing Director of Originations

July 10, 2018, 07:25 AM

Stonebriar Commercial Finance announced Reagan Rorschach has joined the company as Managing Director of Originations covering the Central Region.

Based in Plano, Texas, Rorschach will augment Stonebriar Commercial Finance’s direct originations efforts in the southern portion of the United States. Rorschach joins Stonebriar from Wells Fargo Equipment Finance, where he originated large-ticket equipment secured debt and lease facilities with the bank’s energy and industrials corporate bank clients. Prior to his time at Wells Fargo, Reagan managed originations teams for GE Capital and CitiCapital.

His earlier experience included development and originations roles with Enron North America. Reagan holds a bachelor and master of science in civil engineering from Texas A&M University and an MBA from Baylor University.

“Reagan’s experience structuring secured equipment loan and lease facilities will translate immediately to Stonebriar. His pragmatic approach to understanding essential use assets and their importance to both the operator and the market will prove beneficial to Stonebriar and our customers,” said Kyle Parks, Stonebriar’s Head of Direct Originations. “Reagan is a creative problem solver focused on delivering viable capital solutions to his clients. We are thrilled to have him on our team.”

“Stonebriar has a successful track record and an outstanding reputation for developing unique capital solutions in complicated situations. The core leadership team has founded and grown a number of commercial finance companies during its 25-plus years together,” Rorschach said. “Stonebriar is well-positioned to continue capturing market share by providing structured capital in underserved markets. I’m very much looking forward to contributing to Stonebriar’s continued growth.”

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