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Brad Sanner Joins Madison Capital to Expand Financing Business
OWINGS MILLS, MD, Dec. 19, 2017— Brad Sanner, a long-time Baltimore area banking professional, joined Madison Capital this month as vice president of business development. He will represent the equipment and vehicle financing company as it expands in the greater Atlanta, Ga. area.
After more than 20 years of leadership at Regal Bank and Trust and managing the sale of the bank and its holding company to Old Line Bank of Bowie, he remained, for a while, in a business development role. Then deciding to retire and be near family, Brad moved to Atlanta.
Then, when approached by Brent Baron, Madison’s senior vice president of originations, Sanner couldn’t resist the opportunity to join Madison and do what he enjoys most which is selling and developing new business.
“I’ve always gravitated to companies small enough for personal interactions; and, I most enjoy developing customer relationships and helping companies grow,” he said.
Sanner also said he was pleased to work with Baron, a former bank director at Regal Bank and long-time business colleague.
Earlier in Sanner’s career, he was chairman and board member of Atlantic Community Bankers Bank in Camp Hill, Pa.; and, before that managing director and senior vice president of the commercial banking division of Provident Bank of Maryland, now M&T Bank.
Madison’s expansion plans have been underway for the past year. Just last month a new business development executive in Lubbock, TX. was appointed to lead business in the south-central U.S. Baron also points to growth in the mid-west and refinements Madison has made to operations with new financing programs tailored to specific expanding customer segments.
“Atlanta is ripe with business growth in practically all industry sectors”. Being at the crossroads for north-south truck routes,” said Sanner. “I think of Atlanta as the New York of the South.” He said while banking and financial services are vibrant in Atlanta, Madison’s specialty finance services will be attractive to businesses currently underserved by banks.
He is ideally suited for Madison, said Baron, because Sanner “is very effective at building rapport with people, establishing trust, and developing business.”
After graduating from the University of Virginia, Sanner had the opportunity to delve deeply into many different industries; and, at one point served as credit manager of a bank’s equipment leasing subsidiary. He also has an MBA in finance from Loyola University.
Sanner, who has three daughters on the east coast and family in Atlanta, said he looks forward to becoming active in regional civic and professional organizations and growing Madison’s Southern market.
ABOUT MADISON CAPITAL
Based in Owings Mills, Md., Madison Capital has been helping businesses of all sizes finance equipment and vehicles, for more than 40 years.
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Madison Capital Hires Equipment Leasing Professional to Serve South Central U.S.
LUBBOCK, TEXAS, Dec. 4, 2017– Madison Capital, a national provider of equipment and commercial vehicle financing, announced today the appointment of Kalah Sprabeary as Vice President of Business Development. Sprabeary will expand and nurture business relationships, providing financing services throughout Texas, her home state; New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arizona, Colorado and Louisiana.
Based in Lubbock, she brings deep industry knowledge and regional experience, which includes owning and operating an oilfield service company with her husband, Jay.
“We are excited to have Kalah join our team,” said Nancy Pistorio, president of Madison Capital, based in Owings Mills, Md. “Her entrepreneurial spirit and experience in this region fit well with our company’s culture and our business expansion plans.” Both Pistorio and Sprabeary pointed to the growth in infrastructure, oil and gas, and construction that is underway in the south central United States, as well as economic conditions generally favorable to business.
“I am thrilled for the opportunity to work with such a prestigious firm like Madison Capital,” said Sprabeary. “Their value, efficiency, and experience is at the top of the industry, and I am confident that we will be able to expand their extraordinary service to clients in this area who truly need high quality, dependable alternative financing.”
She began her career in equipment leasing in 2013 when she and her husband bought Stateline Equipment Leasing and provided financing for oilfield and heavy construction equipment industrial site housing. Her experience also includes serving as an account manager for Capital Asset Resource, focused on financing vehicles and equipment in medical, industrial, agriculture, oil and gas, construction and trucking.
Sprabeary’s sales drive also took her into residential real estate, and as a licensed professional she previously served as a listing agent for Keller Williams Realty.
She earned a B.A. in English and Secondary Education at Texas Tech University, and is active in the university’s alumni association. She also has provided her talent and time to volunteer for United Way and Southcrest Christian School, where her children are enrolled.
Affiliations include the international networking group, BNI, as well as Lubbock’s Referral Hub.
Madison Capital is a private equipment and vehicle financing company based in Owings Mills, Md. The company provides direct funding and vendor financing throughout the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico. Madison Capital’s President Nancy Pistorio serves on the Equipment Leasing & Finance Foundation’s Board of Trustees and is active in various industry trade groups.