Three major equipment dealers are set to take the stage at Equipment Finance Connect 2024 to discuss strategies for enhancing dealership finance operations.
Anderson Equipment Finance and Sales Administration Manager John Boy, FMI Equipment President Brett Davis and The Pete Store Vice President of Finance and Insurance Sean Walsh will take the stage on Monday, May 6, at 9:35 a.m.
Equipment Finance Connect takes place May 5-7 at the Omni Nashville Hotel in Nashville, Tenn.
Boy, Davis and Walsh will address several topics during the panel discussion, including:
- Creating value through financing, insurance and aftermarket product offerings;
- How to evaluate lenders’ offers on a deal-by-deal basis; and,
- Helping customers navigate the often-complex approval and funding process.
Equipment Finance Connect 2024 is where dealers can gather to talk shop, connect and forge new relationships while bridging the gaps between the agriculture, construction, transportation and material handling sectors. Complimentary registrations are available to equipment dealers.
View the full event agenda here.
Boy has served Anderson since 2018, overseeing financing for its network of 18 full-service locations in six states, covering a vast array of industries, including construction, mining and forestry. Boy was named one of the Equipment Finance Executives to Watch in 2024.
Davis became president of Spokane, Wash.-based equipment dealer FMI on Jan. 1. Previously, he had been with CNH Industrial for 25 years, holding leadership roles, including heading the company’s agriculture and construction brand New Holland North America.
Walsh has served as The Pete Store VP of finance since 2020. He joined the Baltimore-based Peterbilt truck dealer in 2013 as a sales representative.
Equipment Finance Connect will feature three days of networking and educational sessions focused on best practices to enhance finance operations. Sessions will include roundtable talks on optimizing finance and insurance portfolios, best practices in strategic planning and panel discussions on advancing technology and enhancing finance operations.
For more information about the event, visit the Equipment Finance Connect website. Register for the event here.