US-based independent equipment leasing and equipment lifecycle services company CSI Leasing recently announced several officer promotions in various international roles.
Marina Biro, vice president and director of internal audit. Marina joined CSI in 2016 as director of internal audit, having started her career in 1999 with Deloitte. Marina will continue to serve as the chief audit executive for CSI’s 26 subsidiaries around the world. During her five years with CSI, Marina developed the internal audit function, increasing CSI’s assurance and risk management capabilities. As one of her initiatives, Marina implemented an internal guest auditor programme to develop talent and motivate CSI’s high performers, as well as improve audit quality. She actively works with CSI’s board of directors and parent company, Tokyo Century Corporation, to ensure appropriate controls are in place and to explain CSI’s business environment and risks. Before CSI, Marina held internal auditing roles at Graybar Electric, Savvis, Heritage Home Group (formerly Furniture Brands International) and Deloitte.
Meghan Hawk, assistant vice president, global business development. Previously operations manager, Meghan will continue her role on CSI’s global desk, guiding multinational customers through the lease onboarding process. Meghan specialises in complex international lease requirements and serves as the central point of contact for account executives and the international operations team for global transactions. Previously, she held positions in CSI’s credit and lease administration departments, which provided her with invaluable knowledge of the leasing industry and CSI’s internal processes. Before joining CSI, Meghan was administrative director at Ascension Via Christi Hospital (formerly Mercy Regional Health Center).
Ricardo Prieto, assistant vice president, international credit review manager. Previously international credit review manager, Ricardo will continue his role overseeing CSI’s international credit operations in Latin America and Asia, as well as global credit reporting. He joined CSI’s subsidiary in Mexico in 2012, holding various roles in the credit department, until moving to the US in 2017.