Hilco Global is proud to announce that Richelle Kalnit, Kellyn Kuhlke, and Aliah Lalani are featured in the March Women in Commercial Finance issue of The Secured Lender. These three extraordinary Hilco Global executives are being honored for their significant leadership and contributions in the finance industry.
Richelle Kalnit serves as senior vice president of Hilco Streambank where she manages intellectual property monetization engagements including the sale of brand names, trademarks, patents and domain names. Ms. Kalnit has experience in the sale of intellectual property assets in bankruptcy, out-of-court sale processes, assignments for the benefit of creditors and Article 9 foreclosure sales. She has more than a decade of legal experience.
Kellyn Kuhlke is an executive director with Hilco Diligence Services (HDS). Ms. Kuhlke relocated to London in 2016 and spearheaded HDS’ international growth, managing complex, international diligence assignments that span the commercial, industrial, and retail industries across the globe. She is an ABL subject matter expert in multiple jurisdictions globally.
Aliah Lalani is an executive director at Hilco Diligence Services (HDS). Throughout her tenure at Hilco, Ms. Lalani has been and continues to be instrumental in the growth of the business as well as developing internal processes and procedures. As part of her role, she is responsible for managing teams in connection with new business surveys and recurring exams. She also assists with business development and client management. In addition, Ms. Lalani is responsible for hiring, mentoring, coaching and training staff.
The Secured lender is a publication of the Commercial Finance Association. For the last four years, The Secured Lender celebrates the individual accomplishments of women who have distinguished themselves in the commercial finance industry. In addition to the annual publication, the CFA also provides the women in the commercial finance industry with a forum that promotes networking, education, and advocacy among its female members.