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AFC Makes Management Moves

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Automotive Finance Corp.announced that Paul Kramarz has joined the company as senior vice president of risk, and Joe Keadle has been promoted to chief operating officer.
Kramarz joins AFC with nearly 25 years experience in risk analytics and operational management for the financial services sector. In this newly created role, Kramarz will focus on risk mitigation strategies and limiting credit risk while strategically growing AFC’s portfolio.
Kramarz will report directly to , AFC president Jim Money.
Prior to joining AFC, Kramarz served as a director in the financial services advisory practice at Price Waterhouse Coopers. Kramarz also spent eight years with American Honda Finance Corp., serving as chief risk officer for several of those years.
Keadle joined AFC in January 2010 as regional manager and was promoted to vice president of operations for the company's West division. He most recently served as AFC’s senior vice president of operations.
Keadle is a seasoned automotive industry executive, with a diverse professional background including managing new and used car departments and finance related executive management positions at Wachovia, New South Federal Savings Bank.
Keadle will continue to report to Money.

Last modified on Sunday, 15 January 2017 05:06
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