Title: Vice President and Manager of Loan Analytics
Company: FHN Financial Capital Assets Corp.
Location: Collierville, Tennessee, United States
Lester E. Coleman, the manager of loan analytics FHN Financial Capital Assets Corp., has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of financial IT services.
Exhibiting excellence in his chosen industry, Mr. Coleman has distinguished himself as a vice president and manager of loan analytics at FHN Financial Capital Assets Corp. – one of the largest and most experienced fixed-income distribution companies in the United States. Working on behalf of institutional investors, Capital Assets offers a wealth of expertise in portfolio analytics, advisory services, secondary market trading, operation support, and staff augmentation.
Having joined Capital Assets in 1988, Mr. Coleman’s responsibilities and expertise have evolved over the course of more than 35 years. Initially, the company’s business model centered on securing loan sale leads from client representatives, but soon pivoted toward a mortgage portfolio analysis called Portfolio Performance Analysis. Among his responsibilities, Mr. Coleman has been responsible for the design and implementation of the firm’s proprietary analytics methodology, beginning with such technology as Microsoft Excel, Visual Basic and Structured Query Language before evolving to Internet-based software.
After interning at the First American Bank in Nashville, Mr. Coleman went on to serve as a structure financial analyst at the United Municipal Investment Corporation, where he devised a collateralized mortgage obligation analytics method for the company. Well-qualified in his field, he initially studied economics and finance at Vanderbilt University, where he attained a Bachelor of Arts in 1983. Following this accomplishment, Mr. Coleman graduated from Vanderbilt’s Owen Graduate School of Management with an MBA in 1985.
In a career suffused with highlights, Mr. Coleman is most proud of his longevity at Capital Assets, where he was integral to various changes in its business model. Much of the customer analytics software he built remains in a language that no one else at the company knows. In accounting for his success, he largely credits his dedication, persistence, and willingness to expand upon previous achievements.
Outside of his primary efforts, Mr. Coleman is a member of the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution and Memphis Mensa. He also enjoys such valued pastimes as playing golf, taking in theater performances, spending time with his wife, and traveling. Looking toward the future, Mr. Coleman aspires to maintain what he has built and to grow as required, and hopes to continue working until he is 65 years old.
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