Monitor's Thought Leadership Podcast

Monitor's Thought Leadership Podcast

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Monitor has launched a podcast series featuring real-time conversations with our Editorial Board members and other industry leaders to discuss pressing topics and offer insight into the future.


PODCAST 17: Communication Strategies to Maintain and Strengthen Your Brand
Sep 2 • 19 min
No matter the size or health of your business, six months of an ongoing global pandemic has inevitably affected your organization and its stakeholders in one way or another. Susan Carol and Jacklyn Manning discuss how to communicate with employees,…
PODCAST 16: The Life of an Independent in 2020—Maintaining Quality Amid Uncertainty
Jul 29 • 21 min
Business priorities and the way we create and maintain relationships has shifted dramatically in 2020. For independent equipment finance companies, the result has been akin to a juggling act. Barbara Griffith, President and Founder of SCL Equipment…
PODCAST 15: Changing Social Contracts and the Future of Work
Jul 22 • 23 min
We’ve reached the point in the pandemic where our conversations are turning toward an uncomfortable fact: like it or not, life as we know it is very different now and the routines we once took for granted probably will never be the same again. For many of…
PODCAST 14: Taking Stock of Your Strategy
Jul 16 • 16 min
It’s easy to get caught up in the momentum of generating volume and trying to outshine a company’s past performance. But sometimes, it pays to pause and survey the business from a different angle. Industry veteran Rich Doherty, President of HighStreet…
PODCAST: Small-Ticket Underwriting & Risk Management
Jul 9 • 26 min
Traditionally, lenders have based credit decisions on tried and true data points like credit scores or last year’s financial reports and tax returns. In recent years, some companies have even implemented auto decisioning. But the pandemic has completely…
PODCAST: Conversations With Main Street America
Jun 18 • 17 min
The pandemic has hit Main Street America hard. Restaurants, gyms, dentist offices, boutiques—just about every type of business has been affected. How are these small businesses coping? Are the Payroll Protection and Main Street Lending Programs providing…
PODCAST: COVID-19 Fallout on Equipment Finance Lenders
May 29 • 18 min
A few short months ago, the equipment finance industry was humming along at top speed. But with customers deferring payments and mixed messages about what the future will look like, what does liquidity look today in our ever-evolving new normal? Craig…
PODCAST: Navigating Credit Decisions in the New Normal
May 22 • 29 min
The lending landscape has shifted dramatically over the last two months. Customers and new business prospects who once had impeccable financials may now look like a risky bet. Bob Rinaldi of Rinaldi Advisory Services interviews Bill Phelan and Amanda Hull…
PODCAST: Emerging from the Pandemic with Blockchain and Electronic Documents
May 22 • 11 min
COVID-19 has accelerated the pace of digital adoption in the equipment finance industry, and technologies like blockchain and electronic documents are facilitating the process of negotiating and executing leases and loans. But what are the legal…
PODCAST: Meeting Accelerated Demand for Essential Equipment Types
May 22 • 14 min
Equipment has played a major role in efforts to combat COVID-19 and in our attempts to stay safe at home. Hospitals have faced shortages of ventilators and beds, schools and businesses have urgently needed laptops and supply chain disruptions have led to…
PODCAST: Helping Your Team Establish Boundaries & Avoid Burnout
May 7 • 20 min
Many of us have been working from home for almost two months straight, and without clear divisions between work time and home time, the line between these two worlds has all but disappeared. Dave Schaefer, CEO of Orion First and Jackie Havel, Vice…
PODCAST: Financing Post COVID-19 Equipment Types & Serving Cross-Border Customers
Apr 24 • 20 min
COVID-19 has created so many barriers—between family, friends, and neighbors. This includes our neighbor to the north, Canada. Jud Snyder, president of BMO Harris Equipment Finance Company, talks about serving customers on both sides of the U.S. Canadian…
PODCAST: STRATEGIES FOR SERVING CASH CONSCIOUS CUSTOMERS
Apr 17 • 23 min
Large companies are drawing down their credit lines, small companies are lining up for loans from the Payroll Protection Program, and taxpayers are anxiously anticipating the arrival of their stimulus checks. Deborah Baker, Head of Worldwide Leasing and…
PODCAST: LEADING THROUGH THE CRISIS TO CREATE THE INDUSTRY’S NEXT CHAPTER
Apr 14 • 20 min
Many of us have officially entered week four of COVID-19 lockdown, and we are dreaming of the day when this crisis is finally behind us. With that spirit in mind, Bill Verhelle, Founder and CEO of Innovation Finance, and Tawnya Stone, Vice President of…
HOW TO RUN AN EQUIPMENT FINANCE COMPANY FROM HOME
Apr 3 • 25 min
For the third edition of our coronavirus podcast series, Tomorrow Zone CEO Deborah Reuben, North Star Leasing Company CEO Dan Feeney, and Stonebriar Commercial Finance Chief Technology Officer Steve Siler share first hand stories about effectively…
PODCAST: COMMUNICATING DURING A CRISIS
Mar 30 • 12 min
In our second podcast of the series, Michelle Speranza, SVP & Chief Marketing Officer at LEAF Commercial Capital, Inc. and Colleen Daly-Tinkham, Chief Marketing Officer at American Lease Insurance discuss the importance of communicating with clients…
CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) IMPACT ON THE EQUIPMENT FINANCE INDUSTRY
Mar 20 • 27 min
In our first podcast of the series, Vince Belcastro, Group Head of Syndications at Element Fleet Management, and Chris Enbom, CEO of AP Equipment Financing and Work Truck Direct discuss the early effects of the coronavirus on the industry, how their…