OGDEN, UT--(Marketwired - Aug 15, 2013) - TAB Bank is pleased to announce the appointment of Jan Allen Ackley as Vice President of Asset Based Lending. Ackley will be based out of TAB Bank's corporate headquarters in Ogden, UT and will oversee all personnel, operations, and functions as it relates to TAB's growing portfolio of Asset Based Lending clients.
TAB Bank (@TABBank) provides custom working capital solutions to commercial businesses from many industries. These solutions are provided in all stages of business life cycles during any economic conditions. TAB Bank does this through Asset Based Loans, Accounts Receivable Financing, Lines of Credit, Equipment Finance, Business Accounts, and Treasury Management Services.
Prior to joining TAB Bank, Ackley has amassed over 24 years of overall banking experience with the likes of Comerica Bank, Key Bank, LaSalle Bank/Bank of America, Provident Bank, and First Bank. His roles were primarily focused in the areas of asset based lending, mergers and acquisitions financing, working capital revolvers, equipment financing, real estate, and treasury management services. During his career, he has been responsible for the financing of a multitude of companies throughout the United States in a variety of industries. Ackley is a graduate of The Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a focus in Finance. In addition, he is a 12-year veteran of the United States Air Force and Ohio Air National Guard. He has served in an electronic communication installations squadron where he was a Technical Sergeant (E-6) and a unit training specialist.
"We are very pleased with the addition of Jan to our team of commercial finance professionals at TAB Bank. He is well-versed and very skilled in all areas related to the successful growth, service, and support of an expanding portfolio of asset based lending relationships. We look forward to the wonderful work and contributions he will make in his new role," stated Steve Sala, President of TAB Bank.