Dennis Sholl

Interim CEO/Business Consultant

Dennis Sholl is a 30+year veteran of the credit and lending industry in both commercial and consumer sectors with extensive exposure to both domestic and international markets. Mr. Sholl has a history of hands-on operations leadership and has served as President or CEO of six different national and international companies. Mr. Sholl has built shareholder value while operating on a variety of platforms that include start-ups, turnarounds, strategic market shifts, geographic expansions, rapid growth and dispositions. During his career, Sholl oversaw the granting of credit of over 3 billion dollars in business loans and the servicing of millions of consumer debt portfolios.

Mr. Sholl was founding member and CEO of Global Vantedge (now part of Aegis BPO), a private equity backed, India based, offshore Business Process Outsourcing start-up and built it to 1,500 employees and $30M in service revenues, which pioneered offshore outsourcing. It conducted business internationally in Australia, India, Central America, U.K. and U.S.

Mr. Sholl was President LB Credit Corporation (formerly Wells Fargo Leasing), a $650M equipment leasing firm owned by Länderbank, an Austrian bank. Sholl was charged with transitioning the company from a large leverage lease company to a middle market equipment finance operation and ultimately positioning it for sale to CIT Corporation.

Prior, Mr. Sholl was President of Signal Capital Corporation and grew the company from $400 million to $1 billion in managed assets. During this time, Sholl was instrumental in grooming the company for its exit strategy and successful sale to Fleet Bank.

Currently Mr. Sholl specializes in stabilizing, turning around and growing financial services companies for the purpose of maximizing shareholder value while simultaneously regaining investor confidence and planning for exit or disposition of the company, including auto leasing and truck leasing companies, international and US-based collections companies, national printing companies, plus Warburg Pincus, Wells Fargo, Comdisco, Ernst & Young, Japan Leasing, Cisco Capital, and others,