Nations EF Appoints Borkowski SVP, Business Devt

By Joyce Dimaculangan

Nations Equipment Finance welcomes commercial financing veteran Jeremy Borkowski as Senior Vice President of Business Development. As SVP, he will be in charge of Nation’s lease and loan originations in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia.

Jeremy Borkowski Nations Equipment FinanceBorkowski brings more than 20 years of experience. Prior to joining Nations, he served GE Energy Financial Services in various positions for 19 years and most recently, held the position of Senior Vice President. He also worked at ITT Capital Finance, Barnett Bank, and Continental Bank.

The new SVP is excited to work with the experienced leadership team at Nations. “I was drawn to their proven track record of success and reputation for a solid deal execution. With their well-defined value proposition targeted at an under-served segment of the equipment finance market I am sure we can help many businesses in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia,” Borkowski said.

Nations looks forward to having Borkowski on the team. “His deep knowledge of equipment financing and the Mid-Atlantic market will be a tremendous asset to our sales organization and our client’s growth,” commented Ed Stolarski, Executive Vice President of Nations Equipment Finance.

Borkowski earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia.

About Nations Equipment Finance
Nations Equipment Finance is a commercial finance company providing equipment financing solutions to small- and medium-sized businesses in the United States and Canada. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in Norwalk, Connecticut with sales offices in New York, Dallas, and Chicago. To learn more about Nations, visit

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