Triumph Taps Longtime Exec as EVP/Chief Operating Officer of Factoring Division

In her new position, Kim Fisk will use her extensive experience and expertise to drive the Dallas-based company's growth and success as she continues to report to Tim Valdez, president of Triumph’s factoring division.

Kim Fisk has been appointed as EVP and chief operating officer of the factoring division of Dallas-based Triumph, a member of the Triumph Financial portfolio of brands and a leading provider of working capital financing solutions to the transportation industry.

In her new position, Fisk will use her extensive experience and expertise to drive the company’s growth and success as she continues to report to Tim Valdez, president of Triumph’s factoring division.

“We’re excited to welcome Kim into her new position,” Valdez said in a statement. “Kim’s appointment is a testament to her unwavering dedication and exemplary contributions throughout her tenure with Triumph. Her strong leadership and vision have enabled the launch of multiple products and services, with a consistent focus on improving the lives of our clients, resulting in greater efficiency and empowerment and cementing Triumph’s position as a leader in the transportation industry.”

Fisk joined Triumph in 2012

Triumph said that since joining the company in 2012, Fisk has consistently delivered outstanding results, proving herself to be an invaluable member of the team.

With more than 20 years of experience in credit, underwriting and operations in the factoring industry, the company said that Fisk has demonstrated her versatility and understanding of the intricacies of the sector. Most recently serving as EVP, operations & underwriting at Triumph, the company said Fisk demonstrated exceptional leadership qualities that have driven efficiency and excellence within her teams.

“I’m honored to accept this new role where I will continue to focus on taking Triumph to new heights,” Fisk said in a statement. “This is an exhilarating time for Triumph, and we remain committed to delivering the best experience to our clients through service, product enhancements and innovation.”

Triumph said that in this strategic position and as a member of the Triumph Financial executive leadership team, Fisk will be responsible for implementing company strategies into daily operations to meet business objectives. She will also be committed to further building on Triumph’s technology solutions and driving growth as a financial and technology enterprise.

Triumph is a leading provider of cash flow management services for the trucking industry. It provides a unified product offering that includes invoice factoring, fuel discount programs, truck and cargo insurance, and access to equipment finance, banking, and treasury services.

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