NORTHFIELD, Ill. (PRWEB) April 04, 2018
Equipment Leasing Group of America, LLC (ELGA) will be exhibiting at the 30th Annual National Funding Conference, April 10-12, at Swissôtel Chicago.
The conference is sponsored by the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association which represents financial services companies and manufacturers in the $1 trillion U.S. equipment finance sector.
The annual conference is a principal forum and marketplace for finding equipment financing, providing an opportunity for institutional borrowers to meet funding sources face-to-face in an efficient, professional setting.
This year, the CEO of Illinois-based ELGA, Brian Trebels, will welcome conference attendees at his company’s Booth 409 in the Swissôtel Conference Center.
ELGA creates custom equipment-finance solutions for manufacturers, healthcare providers, construction contractors, government agencies and more in the U.S.
Said Trebels: “This annual conference is an unparalleled yearly gathering of funding sources that enable infrastructure projects of enormous value to two nations, from the rebuilding and expansion of roads and bridges, to construction contractors, and agencies in need of reliable new fleets of vehicles for the delivery of vital local and regional services. We are excited to make our lending services available to this unique North American audience and help them reach their goals.”
In addition to ELGA CEO Trebels, representatives from ELGA will include Executive Vice President Brent Trebels and Credit Manager James Rusch.
The ELFA National Funding Conference
April 10-12, 2018
323 E. Upper Wacker Drive
Chicago, IL 60601
ELGA was formed by veterans of the leasing industry with over 40 years combined experience in creating custom equipment solutions. Where other lenders fail to meet needs, ELGA provides equipment finance solutions for A, B, and structured credit profiles. As an independent financing partner, ELGA is uniquely suited to serve the needs of middle-market businesses. Leases from ELGA have included enterprise software, assembly-line equipment for manufacturers, high-end diagnostic and surgical-suite equipment for healthcare providers, and conventional construction equipment such as excavators and bulldozers.