New York, NY (PRWEB) October 07, 2015
On October 1, the Commercial Finance Association (CFA) announced its new Executive and Management Committees for 2016. The Committees, comprised of key leaders in the commercial finance industry, will guide the Association, make policy decisions, confirm new members and provide advocacy, education and thought leadership for the industry.
Kwesi Rogers, President & CEO of Federal National Commercial Credit, will serve as a member of the 2016 Executive Committee. Mr. Rogers has served on CFA’s Independent Finance & Factoring Roundtable Committee.
“It is an honor and a privilege for me to serve on the Executive Committee of the CFA one of the preeminent trade associations in the country. I am proud to contribute to the CFA’s important mission of informing the general public on the virtues of our industry, offering networking opportunities, and training that improves the operating efficiency and knowledge of the industry participants,” said Mr. Rogers.
Mr. Rogers has been with Federal National since its inception in 1992. He became its President in 2005 and earned the CEO title in 2010. Over the years, Mr. Rogers has become a very well-known and respected figure among small and large businesses in the government contracting industry. Committed to giving back to the business community, Rogers serves as Chairman of the Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF). He is on the board of directors of the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce (MCCC) and the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce (FCCC). Rogers holds a B.A. from the University of the District of Columbia and an MBA from George Mason University.
“The CFA wouldn’t be where it is today without all the hard work, dedication and insight of our Executive and Management Committees. Looking to the future, we are able to continually take CFA to the next level because of the commitment and engagement of our leaders and members,” stated Bob Trojan, CFA’s Chief Executive Officer.
Founded in 1944, the Commercial Finance Association is the international trade group of the asset-based lending, factoring and supply chain finance industries, with nearly 300 member organizations throughout the U.S., Canada and around the world. CFA provides education, networking opportunities and industry advocacy on a domestic and international basis to the commercial finance community.
Michele Ocejo, Editor-in-Chief
Commercial Finance Association