GE Commercial Finance, Global Electronics Solutions appoints Roger Innes President and CEO
Jul 02, 2004
Innes' industry expertise to expand GES' growth and presence in the semiconductor industry worldwide
In this position, Innes will be responsible for overseeing and directing all of GES on a global basis and ensuring continued GES growth. Under his leadership, GES will continue to add staff worldwide and develop new products and services.
Previously, Innes was managing director of capital markets and business expansion for GES. Building upon his extensive experience in the technology equipment leasing and finance industries, Innes will continue to bring GES' Equipment Lifecycle Management platform” - equipment acquisition, optimization and disposition” - to customers across the globe.
"Roger's 20+ years of technological experience in the equipment leasing and finance industries, coupled with being one of the founders of creating the platform for managing the lifecycle of semiconductor equipment, truly makes him the most appropriate person to continue growing GES on a global scale," said Paul Bossidy, CEO of GE Commercial Finance, Commercial Equipment Financing. "With Roger's continued commitment to our business, GES will continue to bring innovative solutions to customers worldwide."
Innes was co-founder and president of Comdisco Electronics, whose portfolio was acquired by GE in April 2002. Prior to joining GES, Innes served in various leadership positions in both sales and general management with Comdisco, GE Capital and Equitable Life Leasing companies.
GE Commercial Finance, Global Electronics Solutions (GES) offers Equipment Lifecycle Management services for users of semiconductor manufacturing, automated test (ATE) and printed circuit board assembly (PCA) equipment. These services include Acquisition (new/used equipment financing, and sale/leaseback of existing equipment); Optimization (equipment optimization and management, evaluations and recommendations); and Disposition (equipment remarketing). GES' services allow customers to execute equipment management programs that provide strategic flexibility, increase profits and reduce technology cost and risk. Headquartered in San Diego, California, GES has offices worldwide.
GES is a division of GE Commercial Equipment Financing, a unit of GE Commercial Finance. GE is a diversified technology, media and financial services company with operations worldwide. For more information, please visit the GES Web site at www.GEelectronicsweb.com.