TORONTO, Dec. 8, 2022 /CNW/ — Accord Monetary Corp., one in every of North America’s main impartial industrial finance firms (“Accord”) (TSX: ACD) has expanded its Canadian Asset Primarily based Finance/Factoring group to incorporate Julien Lacoste as Supervisor, Enterprise Growth. Julien’s duties will embody serving to Canadian companies obtain their long-term enterprise targets by simplifying entry to capital by way of Accord Monetary options. His main focus would be the numerous areas of Quebec to make sure that small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are properly served.
“Companies as we speak want a robust monetary accomplice to grasp their distinctive wants,” said Cynthia Aboud, Senior Vice President, Canada Asset Primarily based Finance. “Julien has the data and abilities to offer skilled steerage to our shoppers, outdated and new, with revolutionary options for SMEs seeking to reinvest, rebuild and develop.”
Primarily based in Montreal, Julien has expertise in each banking and know-how, with an emphasis on working with small companies and entrepreneurs. His profession has centered on positions that contain relationship constructing and belief, together with at CIBC and previous to that, at Canon, Franklin Templeton Investments and BMO. He’s a graduate of the College of Montreal.
About Accord Monetary Corp.
Accord Monetary is North America’s most dynamic industrial finance firm offering quick, versatile financing options for firms in transition together with asset-based lending, factoring, stock finance, tools leasing, commerce finance, and movie/media finance. By leveraging our distinctive mixture of monetary power, deep expertise, and impartial considering, we craft successful monetary options for each small companies and medium-sized enterprises, merely delivered, so our shoppers can thrive. For 44 years, Accord has helped companies handle their money flows and maximize monetary alternatives. www.accordfinancial.com
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