Tamarack is proud to announce that Theresa Eichten and Greg Henderson have earned their Certified Lease & Finance Professional (CLFP) designation by the CLFP Foundation. Eichten and Henderson join five other Tamarack employees who have earned and continue to maintain their CLFP designations. The announcement was made in a news release issued by CLFP on October 9.
“More than just conveying an individual’s knowledge and understanding of the equipment finance industry, the CLFP designation also reflects a personal oath to uphold a high standard of professionalism,” said Tamarack founder and CEO, Daniel Nelson, CLFP. “At Tamarack, the CLFP is a demonstration of our commitment to serving our clients with honor and integrity. I am thrilled that Theresa and Greg have earned it.”
The preeminent credential for the equipment finance industry, the CLFP designation reflects a professional’s demonstrated competency through testing of knowledge, continuing education and a commitment to their business practices and the equipment finance industry.
To be eligible to take the examination, candidates must have a minimum of three years of verifiable professional experience in the equipment leasing and finance industry (or one year substituted with other applicable finance experience) and have acceptable character, ability and reputation within and outside of the industry.
Tamarack is dedicated to creating relationships and facilitating connections that support the continued development and success of the equipment financing industry. As part of this commitment, Tamarack is actively involved in industry organizations and encourages its employees to be engaged as well. In addition to team members earning CLFP designations, Tamarack founder and CEO Daniel Nelson recently completed a four-year term on the CLFP Foundation board of directors.