Scot R. Lund Joins the Crestmark Team


Lisa Beattie

Crestmark is pleased to announce the addition of Scot R. Lund, Vice President, Client Services, to the Crestmark team. He reports through Crestmark’s Chief Credit Officer, Mark Matheson, and will provide assistance to Crestmark clients who could benefit from a unique interactive planning program to enhance the way their businesses are run.

Lund joins Crestmark from Genesis Turnaround, LLC as President and CEO. Prior to that, he was Area Manager for Goyette Mechanical responsible for development and market expansion in the metropolitan Detroit area. Lund was earlier COO of ReGroup Advisors, an operational improvement company. Prior to that he was President/CEO of a mechanical contracting company, Robert Carter Company, which with his management was able to increase revenue and profits significantly. He has extensive experience in myriad business activities, including strategic planning, crisis management, mergers and acquisitions for diverse industries. He was awarded Crain’s Detroit Business 40 Under 40, nominated as Entrepreneur of the Year by Ernst and Young, and Robert Carter Company was named a Future Fifty Corporation by Detroiter Magazine during Lund’s tenure.

“I am excited to have Scot on board and part of the Crestmark team,” said Mark Matheson, Senior Vice President, Chief Credit Officer. “Our clients and prospects have been seeking further partnership and support; and the addition of Scot will enable Crestmark to expand our services in helping our clients. We believe that the assistance he provides will result in win-win outcomes.”

Crestmark is a nationally recognized provider of innovative financial solutions for small- to medium-sized businesses.  Financing solutions include asset-based lending, accounts receivable financing, lines of credit and factoring.  Crestmark finances most business-to-business companies, and has extensive experience in many industries including transportation, manufacturing, staffing, government contractors, apparel and furniture manufacturing. Headquartered in Michigan, with offices in Florida, Louisiana, Tennessee, New York, Alabama, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Ohio, Missouri, North Carolina, and Texas.