TORONTO, April 17, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Element Fleet Management Corp. (“Element” or the “Company”), a leading global fleet management company, today announced that it is nominating Andrea Rosen for election to Element’s Board of Directors at the Company’s Annual General Meeting to be held on May 8, 2019 (the “Meeting”).
Ms. Rosen is a seasoned professional with a strong financial services background. She has been a corporate director since 2006 and served as Vice Chair of TD Bank Financial Group and President of TD Canada Trust from 2002 to 2005. Previously, she was Executive Vice President of TD Commercial Banking and Vice Chair of TD Securities. Ms. Rosen is currently a Director of Ceridian HCM Holding Inc., Manulife Financial Corp., and Emera Inc.
“Andrea brings tremendous knowledge and experience to Element,” said Element Chairman David Denison. “Her leadership roles at TD Bank and subsequent board experience will be of great value to Element as we advance our strategic plan. We look forward to having Andrea join us at such a pivotal time for the Company.”
“I would also like to thank William Lovatt, who is not standing for re-election to the Board at our upcoming Annual General Meeting, for his many years of service and insight as Element expanded its footprint to become a world leader in the fleet management business,” Mr. Denison added.
About Element Fleet Management
Element Fleet Management (EFN.TO) is a leading global fleet management company, providing world-class services and financing for commercial vehicle fleets. The Company enjoys scale and leadership in key markets, a top-tier customer base, strong cash flow and ready access to capital, and an investment-grade balance sheet. Element's suite of services spans the total fleet lifecycle – from acquisition and financing to program management and remarketing – helping customers optimize performance and improve productivity. For more information, visit www.elementfleet.com.
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