Textron Financial Names Executive Vice President & Chief Credit Officer

Textron Financial Names Executive Vice President & Chief Credit Officer

Providence, R.I.-based Textron Financial Corp., a Textron Inc. company, last week named Angelo Butera to the position of executive vice president and chief credit officer. As chief credit officer, Butera will oversee ongoing portfolio quality management for all of Textron Financial. He succeeds Rod Weaver, who is retiring from this position after 31 years of service with Textron. Butera will report to president and chief operating officer Jay Carter and serve as a member of the company’s management committee.

“Angelo brings a wealth of experience to our leading credit position,” said Carter. “His exceptional qualifications — in addition to his long history with the company and knowledge of the industries we serve — will help us navigate through today’s challenging credit environment and maintain our track record of low non-performing assets and delinquency and outstanding portfolio quality well into the future.”

Butera joined Textron Financial in 1987 as a credit analyst with the company’s former Real Estate Finance Division. Since that time, he has served in roles of increasing responsibility in the areas of underwriting, investment control, credit and operations, and risk management. Most recently, as senior vice president – credit and special assets for the company’s Resort Finance Division, Butera oversaw both the underwriting and workout functions for the division.

Textron Financial is a diversified commercial finance company with more than $11 billion in managed receivables. It has core businesses in aviation finance, asset-based lending, distribution finance, golf finance, resort finance and structured capital. Textron Financial also provides financing programs for products manufactured by its parent company, Textron Inc.

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