The Commercial Finance Association (CFA) elected Thomas Greco to serve on its executive committee for fiscal year 2015. Greco and the other existing and newly elected board members comprised of key leaders in the commercial finance industry will guide the association and make key program and policy decisions in the coming year.

Greco, CEO of Hilco Valuation Services, began his one-year term on October 1, 2014. He brings to the board more than 28 years’ experience in financial services and is regarded as both a highly effective business executive and deeply experienced corporate finance professional.

Recognized as one of the industry’s preeminent thought leaders on enterprise valuation methodologies as well as asset appraisals across a broad range of business sectors, Greco has led valuation teams on numerous major financings for companies across multiple industries, including retail, metals, technology, automotive and transportation.

Greco said, “I am delighted to have the opportunity to serve the members of the CFA and to work with friends and highly respected colleagues to implement exciting new programs and services. CFA has an excellent reputation as a dynamic and progressive industry association and I am humbled to have been asked to help shape its future.”

Before joining Hilco Global, Tom spent 15 years within GE Capital in various leadership roles. As president and CEO of GE Corporate Finance Bank, London, he was responsible for all leveraged finance efforts across Europe.