ARLINGTON, Texas — SFG Finance LLC has enjoyed significant year-over-year increases in volume and has added three industry veterans to its team.
Adrienne Schlitz has joined as senior vice president-manager of acquisitions, while Mike Anderson has joined the company as senior vice president-manager of loan servicing. Additionally, Brad Adams has joined SFG as vice president business development.
Schlitz has more than 22 years of auto industry experience, 19 of which were spent in the nonprime auto finance business. Prior to joining SFG, Schlitz served as a vice president in the Portfolio Acquisition Group of BB&T Dealer Financial Services/Regional Acceptance Corporation, where she focused on business development and portfolio acquisitions. Before that, Schlitz served as vice president at FSB Financial, where she developed and managed credit operations.
Anderson has more than 20 years of nonprime auto finance experience in servicing, successfully leading collections and customer relations for several large companies. His extensive background includes a stint as senior vice president of servicing for AmeriCredit Financial Services. He also served as vice president of loss mitigation for Triad Financial Services.
Adams brings more than 20 years of experience in managing automotive loan portfolios to SFG. His experience includes consulting for BHPH operations, where he managed portfolios of more than $100 million. Adams also has a wealth of experience in other areas, including bulk purchasing, securing lines of credit, lender audits, static pool analysis, forecast modeling, and point-of-sale financing. Adams previously served as the director of new store openings for Indianapolis-based JD Byrider Systems Inc. He also managed JD Byrider locations for seven years and was the CEO of a multimillion dollar point-of-sale finance company.
“Due to our tremendous expansion we have recruited several veteran industry experts. We are also hiring mid-level management positions in several departments, as well as 20 additional customer service personnel to stay ahead of our growth,” said Steve Burke, President and CEO of SFG Finance.