White Clarke Group Makes New Appointment
By Kyle Lindsay
Monday, June 5, 2017 - 16:50
White Clarke Group, the leading provider of finance software solutions, announced today the appointment of David Slider as the new Group Executive Vice President.
With more than 30 years of leadership in the auto finance industry, Slider joins the White Clarke Group leadership team to champion global client development, execute strategic acquisitions and partnerships, and solidify the company’s global expansion into target markets including North America, Asia and South America.
Slider brings an impressive track record in the global software market, with a specific concentration in the North American automotive finance sector. David earned a degree in Political Science and Masters in Educational Administration from the University of Texas.
Most recently he served as Managing Director, Automotive Finance for a large, global loan origination and servicing software company, preceded by multiple executive roles with progressing responsibility and success. His depth of experience with core receivables, default management, originations and dealer finance systems strongly complements the company’s expansion and growth objectives.
Brendan Gleeson, Group CEO for White Clarke Group said of the strategic appointment: “David’s reputation for winning and developing key client relationships, as well as architecting strategic acquisitions and partnerships, has been the cornerstone of his career.
More importantly, he is well respected and endeared by clients, colleagues and competitors alike. We are very proud to have David on the team and look forward to the next steps in our expansion efforts.”
David Slider added: “I’m honored to join such an impressive team of visionaries who have experienced great successes in Europe, Asia Pacific and now in the US. My goal is to further the market’s awareness that we are primed to serve the transformational needs of lenders today with solutions that are engineered with the future built in. Lenders no longer need to settle for less than agile, open, digital ready end-to-end systems that can successfully manage the complex competitive and regulatory landscape.”