ALPHARETTA, GA – LeasePlan USA appointed Jennifer Sabloski to the position of VP, Truck remarketing and Angie Gates to the position of director, syndications for its Truck Division.

In this role, Sablowski will be responsible for managing the Truck remarketing team, including coordination of all terminations, extensions and payoffs of assets.

Sablowski began her career 11 years ago with LeasePlan in its Truck Division as remarketing coordinator. In this role, she was responsible for implementing new procedures and creating instructions for various processes, standardized forms and methods to improve communication between the remarketing and finance departments. She then moved to the company’s finance department to manage the accounting for the Truck Division as controller for four years.



Prior to her current role, Sablowski served as director, fleet pricing.

During her time in this position, she managed a team of analysts who provide lease payment quotations, profitability analysis, pricing models and compensation analysis to all of sales and LeasePlan management.

In her role, Gates will be responsible for managing potential syndication partners on lease transactions.

Gates began her career at LeasePlan in 2004 as a contract administrator and was promoted to sr. contract administrator shortly after. In this position, she processed documentation for LeasePlan originated leases as well as the sale documentation LeasePlan syndicated leases. In 2010, she was appointed to the role of syndication coordinator and helped the Truck Division successfully sell more than $135 million of business in her first year.



“We are delighted that Angie is part of our organization. Her dedication, work ethic and organizational skills will make her a success as director, syndications in addition to being a tremendous asset to LeasePlan," said John Jaje, executive vice president, Truck Division.

Prior to LeasePlan, Gates worked in the equipment leasing business. She served as a transaction coordinator at ORIX Financial Services for five years.

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