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Stacey MillsBURNABY, BC, 30 October 2012: Crelogix is announcing the appointment of Stacey Mills, as Regional Manager, Home Improvement Division. Stacey takes up the position as Western Regional Manager to replace Alton Mick who is retiring.

Stacey comes to Crelogix from Van City where he was Manager, Commercial Accounts, Business Banking where he worked with business owners within the Lower mainland of British Columbia to provide financing and consultation. Prior to Van City Stacey was Regional Manager at Laurentian Bank where he was responsible for the Western Canadian Region providing Retail finance lending and Regional Manager at Deutsche Bank where he provided wholesale floor plan lending and asset based financing to Western Canadian National Manufacturers, Regional distributors and local business owners. Stacey has also held complimentary positions at Suzuki Canada and was previously a small business owner.

“Stacey joins us with a strong background and successful history, we are confident that he will continue to have great success bringing the Crelogix home improvement financing solution to the Western Region,” said Karl Sigerist, Chief Executive Officer, Crelogix.

“The Western Region of The Crelogix Home Improvement finance business has had recent rapid and continuing growth as dealers embrace our unique product offerings and market solutions. I am very excited to have the opportunity of this role in bringing the Crelogix message to the marketplace. As a past small business owner and as a commercial lender I understand the pitfalls and necessary hard work in growing a business from inception”, said Stacey.

About Crelogix

Crelogix is a non-bank Canadian financial services organization. Since 1974, Crelogix has been active across Canada in the tuition, vacation ownership, healthcare, membership, consumer durables, power products, home improvement and financial intermediary sectors – advising its business and institutional partners on unique and innovative consumer financial solutions from loan funding, portfolio acquisition, third-party portfolio administration, servicing, collections, asset recovery or the disposition of Canadian consumer instalment loan receivables portfolios.

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