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LeasePlan Names Syndications VP for Truck Division

July 14, 2014 - Press Release

LeasePlan USA announced the promotion of Angie Gates to vice president of syndications for its Truck Division. In this role, she will be responsible for the management of all syndication activity for the truck division.

Gates began her career at LeasePlan in 2004 where she was responsible for generating the lease documents for originated leases and assignment documents for the leases to be syndicated. She was also influential in helping the Truck Division set a record of the amount of business sold in her first year as the Syndication Coordinator. Her experiences gave her a solid foundation of various lease structures as well as the knowledge and experience to syndicate effectively.

“Angie's experience and expertise will contribute to the continued growth of the Truck Division,” said John Jaje, executive vice president, LeasePlan USA truck division. “As a provider of leasing solutions to many of the largest U.S. based Fortune 500 companies, syndication sales are a critical part of our business model.  We look forward to the innovative approach Angie will bring to our business.”

In addition, Chris Meeks has been named to the position of sr. syndication coordinator.

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