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CIT: Middle Market Pursues Growth Strategies

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Mid-market executives are more confident about future growth and are actively pursuing multi-faceted growth strategies in the coming year.

These are some of the observations from Jeff Kilrea, Group Head and Managing Director, CIT Sponsor Finance, a division of CIT Group Inc., a leading provider of commercial lending and leasing services, in “Middle Market Economic Outlook,” (cit.com/kilrea), the latest piece of market intelligence in the CIT Executive Insights video series.

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