First Financial Corporate Services, Inc. Hires Financial Veteran as New Controller

October 31, 2011 10:29 pm

First Financial Corporate Services, Inc. Hires Financial Veteran as New Controller

Placentia, CA – October 31, 2011 – First Financial Corporate Services, Inc. (FFCSI), a premier provider of medical, material handling and IT equipment leasing solutions, today announces that financial services industry veteran Bob Sweeney has been brought on board with the company as its new controller.

Sweeney joins FFCSI with more than 25 years of accounting and financial experience in the areas of tax compliance, portfolio management, and operations for both public and private companies. As controller, Sweeney will be responsible for the overall financial processes of FFCSI, and will work closely with the key executives and the accounting team on budgeting, forecasting, and financial transactions.

“Given Bob’s diverse and extensive accounting expertise within the financial industry, he will be an invaluable addition to our team,” said Richard Stebbins, president and CEO. “As we continue to grow and expand FFCSI, I?m confident he?ll be instrumental in helping us develop effective strategies that will contribute to our long-term success.”

Sweeney’s most recent executive position was as executive vice president and chief financial officer of Direct Capital Corporation, where for seven years he directed all financial and accounting operational functions. Sweeney holds a BBA in accounting, along with an MBA from IONA College.

About First Financial Corporate Services, Inc.
For more than 10 years, FFCSI has been a trusted provider of medical, IT, and material handling equipment leasing to commercial clients, government entities, and hospitals throughout the U.S. FFCSI delivers flexible and cost-effective financing solutions for a broad range of equipment types, designed to help its clients manage equipment lifecycles and maximize the cost-effectiveness of capital purchases. For additional information, please visit the company?s website at www.ffcsi.com.