Barrett named to Commercial Finance Association committee

The Commercial Finance Association recently announced its 2016 Executive and Management Committee. The committee is comprised of key leaders representing the commercial finance industry from across the U.S.

Robyn Barrett

Robyn Barrett

Town of Paradise Valley resident Robyn Barrett, founder and managing member of FSW Funding, a leading asset-based lender headquartered in Phoenix, will serve as a member of the 2016 Executive Committee.

Ms. Barrett has been an active member of the CFA since 2007 and is a member of the Social Media Sub-Committee and Young Professional Thought Leadership Award Selection Committee.

“I am honored to be invited to represent industry professionals on the 2016 CFA Executive Committee,” states Ms. Barrett.

“As a member of the committee I will look at focusing on how we can best serve and grow the industry on a whole and what we can do to continue to support and mentor women.”

The Executive Committee guides the association, makes policy decisions, confirms new members and provides advocacy, education and thought leadership for the commercial finance industry.

“The CFA wouldn’t be where it is today without all the hard work, dedication and insight of our Executive and Management Committees. Looking to the future, we are able to continually take CFA to the next level because of the commitment and engagement of our leaders and members,” stated Bob Trojan, CFA chief executive officer.

Founded in 1944, the Commercial Finance Association is the international trade group of the asset-based lending, factoring and supply chain finance industries, with nearly 300 member organizations throughout the U.S., Canada and around the world.

CFA provides education, networking opportunities and industry advocacy on a domestic and international basis to the commercial finance community.

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