TBF Financial Executive Joins ELFA Committee Focused on Credit, Collections within Equipment Finance Industry
TBF Financial, LLC, based in Deerfield , announced today that its principal, Brett Boehm, has been appointed to the Credit and Collections Planning Committee of the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association (ELFA), a national trade group based in Washington, D.C.
This committee helps the national trade association plan its annual meeting for executives involved in credit and collections at equipment leasing and finance companies.
Since 1998, TBF has exclusively served many of the largest companies in the $650 billion equipment finance sector by purchasing their portfolios of small-ticket leases and loans that were uncollected and charged-off. The company, in fact, pioneered this service. TBF, which pays cash upfront for accepted pools of charge-offs, today reports purchasing annual volumes of more than $100 million in non-collected receivables.
“I am pleased to be taking a more active role in the trade association that advocates for our dynamic industry—one that provides capital formation for business advancement,” said Boehm.
Boehm has a law degree from The John Marshall Law School in Chicago and a BA from Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind. He launched his own law firm before taking the helm at TBF and joining his father, Robert Boehm, the attorney who founded the company.
TBF’s senior executives regularly attend credit and collections meetings held by the ELFA. This year the company also is among the sponsors of the association’s industry-wide national convention, which will be held in Palm Desert, Calif. next month.
About TBF Financial, LLC
TBF Financial, LLC, since 1998, serves the equipment leasing and finance industry by purchasing portfolios of charged off small-ticket leases and loans in an efficient process that helps individual companies recover cash quickly and improve their account balances. The Deerfield, IL-based firm is an active member of the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association.