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Mintaka Financial Promotes Trost to VP Analytics and Partnerships

February 28, 2019, 07:30 AM

Mintaka Financial announced that David Trost has been promoted to Vice President of Analytics and Partnerships. David joined Mintaka as a Relationship Manager in 2018 and will continue as RM for existing clients to help Mintaka identify, evaluate and convert new business opportunities.

In his new role as VP of Analytics and Partnerships, David will report to Chief Operating Officer, Bill Fogarty and manage Mintaka’s key funding processes and partnerships. In addition, he will be responsible for operational analytics by identifying areas where technology and automation can improve business processes and optimize efficiency.

“David has delivered all we have asked of him and more!” said Bill Fogarty, Chief Operating Officer. “We look forward to his expanded role in enabling our organization to take better advantage of our relationships, technologies and processes to deliver a world class equipment finance product.”

“David has become an important part of our current success, and we see him playing an important role in our future as well,” Quentin Cote, President of Mintaka Financial. “We are always looking for new ways to leverage tech solutions, and with David assessing our operational efficiencies we will be able to stay ahead of the software curve and continue delivering the best experience for our partners.”

“I appreciate the opportunity to grow my role at Mintaka and drive process improvement,” said David Trost. “Properly implementing technology solutions is a vital challenge for business across all industries, and I can’t wait to see the continued benefit it will bring to Mintaka.”

Currently a resident of Boston, Massachusetts, David graduated Cum Laude from the University of Pittsburgh with his BS in Economics. During this time he held leadership roles in the Steel City NROTC Unit Carnegie Mellon University from which he commissioned into the United States Navy as an Ensign. He enjoys skiing, cooking, and exploring Boston with his wife Haley.

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