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Hitachi Business Finance Adds to Business Development Team

July 20, 2018, 07:20 AM

Hitachi Business Finance announced Scott Brown has joined its business development team, concentrating his efforts on attracting new factoring and asset-based lending clients across the United States.

Brown is based in the Atlanta region and is responsible for connecting with business owners and advisors and communicating the variety of flexible financing options offered by Hitachi Business Finance. He will act as a resource to help determine the most effective means to accessing capital for growing businesses.

“Scott is an exciting new addition to our team. He brings extensive experience in asset-based lending and factoring and his deep-rooted relationships will prove to be instrumental as we continue growing our business,” said Mike Semanco, Hitachi Business Finance president and Chief Operating Officer.

“Hitachi’s strong brand recognition and their ability to be both creative and competitive with their financing solutions sets them apart,” Brown said. “Joining such an established and experienced team that consistently puts the client first is attractive because I can be confident that each and every one of our clients will always receive top-notch service.”

Scott previously served as Senior Vice President at Midland American Capital. In earlier positions, he served as Vice President at Allegiant Business Finance, Vice President at Charter Capital Holdings and Vice President at Presidential Financial Corporation.

Scott is a graduate of Riverside Military Academy and a U.S. Navy veteran. He holds a B.A. in accounting and finance from American Intercontinental University and is pursuing an MBA from Auburn University. He is currently the Atlanta Chapter President of the National Funding Association, a past board member of the Georgia Mountain Food Bank and an active member of the ACG, TMA, CFA, and other industry associations.

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