CHADDS FORD, Pa.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Flagship Credit Acceptance LLC (“Flagship” or “the Company”), a leading auto-finance provider, announced today the appointment of Rob Crowl, a seasoned senior-level executive with more than 34 years of financial experience spanning the banking and specialty finance industries, as Chief Financial Officer.
Crowl joins Flagship from PHH Corporation, one of the largest sub-servicers of residential mortgages in the United States and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ocwen Financial Corporation. Most recently, Crowl held the title of president and chief executive officer, following more than five years of serving as the chief financial officer. As part of Flagship’s senior leadership team, Crowl will report directly to Bob Hurzeler, Chief Executive Officer at Flagship.
“We are excited to welcome Rob to our senior leadership team,” stated Hurzeler. “Rob’s extensive leadership and management experience will be instrumental in our future growth and will complement our performance-oriented culture.”
Prior to joining PHH, Crowl served as CFO of Sun National Bank, where he helped lead a successful recapitalization of the bank during the housing and banking crisis. Additionally, Crowl spent 12 years at National City Bank in Cleveland, Ohio, and served in a variety of leadership roles during his tenure, including COO of National City Mortgage, Corporate Comptroller, and Asset/Liability and Securitization Manager. He began his career with Crestar Bank in Richmond, Virginia, where he spent 12 years in several senior positions in the organization. Crowl holds a B.A. in Psychology and an M.B.A. from the University of Richmond.
To learn more about Flagship Credit Acceptance, please visit www.flagshipcredit.com.
About Flagship Credit Acceptance LLC
Flagship Credit Acceptance LLC (http://www.flagshipcredit.com), headquartered in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, with offices in Coppell, Texas, and Tempe, Arizona, helps non-prime auto shoppers obtain financing. Flagship Credit has successfully grown its portfolio to $3.2 billion in managed receivables.
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