FORTUNE Best Companies

10/18/2018

FORTUNE Best Companies

Fairport, NY, October 18, 2018FORTUNE magazine named First American Equipment Finance #40 among the Best Midsize Workplaces in the U.S.
 
“This honor is entirely thanks to the hard work and dedication of all of our colleagues over many years,” said Alan Sikora, CEO of First American Equipment Finance. “Their efforts each day make First American a great workplace – which fuels the company’s growth and success. I am grateful to be on this journey with such sincere and talented people.”
 
First American has experienced 5 consecutive years of greater than 25% growth, surpassing $1 billion in annual new business volume.
 
To determine the best midsize workplaces, workplace consultancy Great Place to Work® analyzed anonymous survey feedback from more than 158,000 U.S. employees. A full 85% of the evaluation is based on employee trust and the belief that they can reach their full potential as part of their organization – irrespective of demographics or role.

The survey also assesses all employees’ daily experiences of innovation, the company’s values, and the effectiveness of their leaders. The survey results are accurate to a 95% confidence level with a 5% margin of error or better. Companies with 100 to 999 employees are considered for the midsize list.

FORTUNE and Great Place to Work also ranked First American as a Best Midsize Workplace for Millennials, Best in New York, Best for Women, Best for Giving Back and Best for New Grads. Entrepreneur Magazine named First American as a Top Company Culture and Selling Power Magazine named First American among the Best to Sell For. Best Companies Group named First American as the #1 Best Midsize Place to Work in New York.
 

ABOUT FIRST AMERICAN EQUIPMENT FINANCE
First American Equipment Finance is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Los Angeles, CA-based City National Bank, an RBC Company. First American is ranked among the largest equipment finance companies in the United States, and provides commercial equipment financing to the most creditworthy and sophisticated commercial borrowers in the country. 

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