Mr. Bokor’s primary responsibilities include overseeing the organization’s operations; maintaining and expanding the company’s current relationships with funding partners, as well as establishing new ones; leading the company’s management team in establishing short- and long-term goals, developing strategies to meet such goals, and monitoring performance against such expectations; and developing strategic partnerships with other companies within the leasing community.
Mr. Bokor began his career in public accounting in 1983, working for the mid-sized firm of Bloom Hochberg and Co. CPA’s. In 1986, Mr. Bokor joined Neptune Computer Group, Inc., a multibillion-dollar computer equipment leasing organization, where he progressed from Assistant Controller and Tax Manager to the level of Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Bokor played a key role in structuring and negotiating the sale of substantially Neptune’s entire information technology lease portfolio in 1993. He also played a key role in the development of that company’s medical equipment leasing subsidiary in 1994, and the unit’s ultimate sale in 1996.
Mr. Bokor joined Somerset in 1996 as the company’s Chief Financial Officer. He led the structuring and negotiations of the company’s new funding facilities, as well as the development of the company’s indirect originations business unit. In 2006, Mr. Bokor assumed the role of Chief Operating Officer. In December 2007, he spearheaded the structuring and negotiations of a management-led buyout of the former Somerset CEO’s ownership stake. Once completed, Mr. Bokor assumed the position of Somerset President and CEO.
Mr. Bokor is a Certified Public Accountant, with a Bachelor of Business Administration from Pace University. He is both a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants.