NORTHPOINT COMMERCIAL FINANCE HIRES BOB EDDY AS VICE PRESIDENT FOR BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

Bob Eddy Northpoint

 

Bob Eddy has joined Northpoint Commercial Finance as Vice President of Business Development. He will be based out of the Burlington, Ontario office and report to Chris Cook, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Northpoint’s Canadian operation. Mr. Eddy will be responsible for leading the Canadian sales team and developing manufacturer relationships. 

“I am delighted to welcome Bob to the Northpoint team”, said Mr. Cook, “Our company has experienced significant growth since launching our Canadian operation.  Bob’s addition will help us build momentum as we continue to expand our presence in the market.” Mr. Eddy has over 30 years of sales and operational leadership experience with a successful track record of building and guiding profitable teams. Prior to joining the Northpoint team, he held executive positions with TCF Inventory Finance and GE Commercial Distribution Finance where he was regularly recognized for his outstanding performance and exceeded growth objectives. Mr. Eddy is passionate about providing superior service and being a part of a successful team, such as Northpoint. 

 www.northpointcf.com

 

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