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A group photo of National Leasing leadership team members

Meet our leadership team

See who shapes our strategy and awesome culture so you get the best possible leasing experience.

Tom Pundyk

Tom Pundyk

President and Chief Executive Officer

Two years after graduating from the University of Manitoba, Tom Pundyk joined National Vehicle Leasing, which at the time was a division of The Megill Stephenson Company Ltd. In 1977, recognizing an opportunity in the market, the company entered into its first equipment lease and National Leasing was born with Tom Pundyk and founding President and CEO Nick Logan at the helm. Over 40 years later, National Leasing is Canada’s largest and longest standing equipment financing company with over $2.6 billion assets under management and a multiple-time employee engagement award recipient.

Tom headed most departments at National Leasing before becoming President in 2013 and CEO a year later. Under Tom’s leadership, National Leasing continues to grow and provides renowned service to its clients by working closely with equipment suppliers to customize financial arrangements for Canadian business owners. In March 2018, Tom will pass the torch to a new President & CEO, and continue to work with National Leasing in an advisor role until he retires on October 31, 2018.

Tom is Co-chair of the Major Donors Committee for the United Way, serves as a board member for National Leasing, Canadian Western Trust/Valiant Trust and is Chairman of the Canadian Finance and Lease Association. Tom is also a member of the Asper School of Business, Manitoba Business Council and Advisory Committee of the Faculty of Business and Economics for the University of Winnipeg.

Married 34 years to Susan, they have three grown children, Katherine, Madeleine and Jeffrey. Tom is an avid rower, skier and a general fitness buff. He also enjoys traveling with his family. He looks forward to keeping active, travelling more and dedicating more time to charity in his retirement.