CHADDS FORD, Pa.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Flagship Credit Acceptance LLC (“Flagship” or “the Company”), a leading auto-finance provider, today announced that Bob Hurzeler is joining the Company as its Chief Executive Officer and as a member of its Board of Directors.
Hurzeler is in his third decade in automotive finance, having come directly from OneMain Financial where he served as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, managing the company’s sales and operations, and oversaw approximately 8,500 team members. Prior to that, Hurzeler served in a variety of roles at Wells Fargo Auto Finance, including Vice President and Regional Manager, Senior Vice President of Sales and Operations, and President. During his tenure at Wells Fargo, Hurzeler helped significantly expand its origination volume.
“It is truly an honor to join Flagship’s team,” said Hurzeler. “Flagship has grown with a strong trajectory creating a sustainable $2.9 billion serviced portfolio. This is a testament to the expertise and skill of everyone at the Company. I’m optimistic that conditions are right for Flagship to add to its history of growth and development. I look forward to helping lead us there.”
“Attracting top-tier talent like Bob is a testament to the quality of the company Michael Ritter and his team have built,” said Flagship Director Andrew Dym. “I am proud to welcome him and wish him the best in this pivotal role.”
“Everyone on Flagship’s Executive Team is delighted to welcome Bob to the Company,” said Jeffrey Haymore, Flagship President and Chief Operating Officer. “Apart from his experience, Bob’s motivation and energy is going to be an excellent fit for this period of growth at Flagship.”
Hurzeler began in his official capacity as Chief Executive Officer on June 3, 2019. Michael Ritter, who has served in that capacity since the Company’s founding in 1998, is staying with the Company as Chairman of the Board of Directors.
About Flagship Credit Acceptance LLC
Flagship Credit Acceptance LLC (http://www.flagshipcredit.com), headquartered in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania with offices in Irving, Texas, and Tempe, Arizona, helps credit-challenged auto shoppers secure financing. Flagship Credit has successfully grown its portfolio to $2.9 billion in managed receivables.
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