Brett Davis was named Vice President, New Holland North America in April 2019. Brett has served as President of CNH Industrial Capital LLC since March 2015. In October, 2017, he was elected to the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association Board of Directors and serves as the Board Liaison to the Captive and Vendor Finance Business Council. Brett relocated from Curitiba, Brazil, where he served as President of Banco CNH Industrial Capital S. A. since August 2011. Brett joined the company in 1996 in New Holland, Pennsylvania, as Assistant General Counsel. In 1998 he was appointed United States Western Region Operations Manager. Thereafter, Brett relocated to Buenos Aires, Argentina, assuming responsibility for establishing and leading the CNH financial services business. In 2001, Brett moved to Curitiba, Brazil to serve as Director of Operations for Banco CNH Capital. From 2005 to 2007, Brett served as Managing Attorney and Assistant Secretary for CNH Capital North America. Later Brett assumed responsibility for the North American Commercial Lending Business.

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