MILWAUKEE, WI – March 19, 2020 – First Business Equipment Finance, LLC, a subsidiary of First Business Bank, Inc., is pleased to announce that David Sook
was hired as Senior Vice President – Equipment Finance.
He joins the team with more than 25 years of experience in equipment finance, covering a wide variety of industries including healthcare, technology, and municipal markets. Most recently, David was helping clients nationally in the municipal equipment finance market, leveraging both direct end-user and vendor relationships. With a variety of positions in equipment finance in sales, sales management, asset management, and managing documentation and operations aspects of the business, David is expertly positioned to help your business. He is a Wisconsin native and holds a bachelor’s degree in corporate finance from Arizona State University.
“David is an accomplished equipment finance expert and we’re very pleased to have him on our team,” said First Business Bank CEO Mark Meloy. “His experience in several industries is very valuable to our group as we look to expand in different areas, particularly our growing vendor finance program.”
About First Business Equipment Finance
First Business Equipment Finance, LLC,
offers a wide variety of competitively priced financing and leasing options to support vendors, overcoming common selling obstacles, such as budgetary and cash flow constraints. We help vendors close more sales faster with a proprietary underwriting process, and our vendor finance experts know your industry, which you’ll appreciate for years to come.
About First Business
First Business Financial Services is a Wisconsin-based bank holding company, focused on the unique needs of businesses, business executives and high net worth individuals. First Business offers commercial banking, specialty finance and private wealth management solutions, and because of its niche focus, is able to provide its clients with unmatched expertise, accessibility and responsiveness. For additional information, visit www.firstbusiness.com