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Westport, CT – May 20, 2024 – Post Road Equipment Finance (“PREF”, formerly known as Encina Equipment Finance) is pleased to announce the addition of three new Risk employees, Sean Feibusch, Max Coleman and Matthew Gilshteyn, who will each assist with new business underwriting as well as portfolio management responsibilities at PREF to support continued growth.

Feibusch joined PREF in April 2024 as an Assistant Vice President, Risk and will report to Kate Kallmeyer, SVP, Risk Team Leader of PREF. Prior to joining PREF, Feibusch spent six years at Wells Fargo Bank where he completed the Financial Analyst Program, underwrote more than $1B in large ticket equipment finance transactions and managed a $500M+ portfolio of equipment loans and leases.

Coleman joined PREF in May 2024 as an Associate, Risk and will report to Kallmeyer. Coleman previously worked as a credit analyst in the commercial lending division at Thomaston Savings Bank for nearly four years where he underwrote $10MM+ transactions and was also responsible for ongoing credit administration and loan review compliance.

Gilshteyn joined PREF in May 2024 as an Analyst, Risk and will report to Patrick Cooney, SVP, Risk Team Leader of PREF. While recently completing his undergraduate degree in Business Data Analytics at the University of Connecticut, Gilshteyn also worked at Coface North America Insurance Company, where he automated due diligence processes related to customer identification and payment verification.

About Post Road Equipment Finance

Launched in June 2017, Post Road Equipment Finance provides loans and leases ranging in size from $5 million to $75 million secured by essential-use equipment. The platform provides financing to both privately owned (sponsor and non-sponsor) and publicly traded companies across a wide range of collateral types and industries (including, but not limited to, construction, distribution, energy, food processing, health care, information technology, manufacturing, mining, paper & packaging, and transportation). To learn more, visit


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