Nick Feasey has joined the asset finance and consulting services firm Invigors EMEA, the European arm of the Alta Group based in France.
Invigors EMEA is a consulting and technical services firm providing growth solutions for asset and vehicle finance companies, industry suppliers, manufacturers and captive finance organisations.
Feasey’s appointment will strengthen Invigor’s team in Europe and support clients developing ‘as a service’ and ‘pay per use’ type offerings.
Feasey was most recently director of funding and strategy at Lenovo financial services and ‘as a service.’
He also spent 10 years with CIT in various leadership and sales positions on the Dell Financial Services programme in EMEA and APJ living in the UK, Ireland and Singapore.
Ian Robertson, executive director of Invigors EMEA, said, “Nick joins us at inflection point in our industry. Technology, changing customer needs and behaviour, along with the changing business models of OEMs and vendors are all helping move the traditional leasing business in the direction of more integrated service focused offerings.
“Nick’s strategic vision and his practitioners experience of developing and implementing such solutions is a great add to our capabilities, and we’re delighted to have him join the broader Invigors / Alta team.”
Invigors recently appointed a UK-based associate for the firm Tor Bowen, who was formerly managing director Australasia for Volvo Financial Services.
Bowen has over 35 years’ experience in asset finance and in over 10 years with Volvo, founded Volvo Finance Australia.
Bowen said of his appointment at the time: “I am delighted to be joining the Invigors team. The European vehicle and equipment asset finance markets are facing major challenges driven not just by the political upheavals in the UK and Europe but also by the revolution in technology taking place throughout the industry. I am looking forward to helping our clients maximise opportunities presented by those challenges as their business models evolve to meet the changing markets in Europe and elsewhere.”