De Lage Landen International, a provider of asset-based financing products to manufacturers and distributors of capital goods, has promoted Amy Nelson to chief financial officer (CFO), global vendor finance, reporting to William Stephenson, chairman, global vendor finance.
In her new role, Nelson is responsible for financial reporting, strategic planning, financial analysis and control across the vendor finance global footprint. Nelson also serves on the board of directors for Philips Medical Capital, a joint venture between De Lage Landen and Philips Medical Systems North America.
Since joining De Lage Landen in 2001, Nelson has held a number of key roles, including CFO supporting the global healthcare, global structured finance, and marketing organisations; and senior vice president (SVP) of finance.
Nelson holds a BSc degree in Business Administration from Bryant University. She is a certified public accountant (CPA) and a member of the Rhode Island Society of CPAs. Nelson is also a member of the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association’s accounting committee and is a regular presenter at the association’s conferences.
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