EnerBank appoints Allyson Torsak as CSO
Salt Lake City — EnerBank USA® has hired Allyson Torsak as its new senior vice president, chief strategy officer. Torsak will report directly to president and CEO Charlie Knadler and identify, evaluate and execute on strategic initiatives to support EnerBank’s mission to be America’s home improvement lender of choice.
Torsak was previously chief operating officer at APiO, a FinTech company focused on accounting data integration for small business financing. She also co-founded ROOT Credit, a startup focused on SMB lending, decisioning and scoring middleware. Her prior experience includes strategic partnership and business development for WebBank, credit risk reviews and analysis of European Mutual Funds for Goldman Sachs, and credit review analysis of the global market and investment loan portfolios at various business units of Merrill Lynch & Co.
“Allyson brings a wealth of experience and a ton of energy to EnerBank,” says Knadler. “Her role is critical to the Bank developing, communicating, executing, and sustaining our strategic initiatives along with adding to our mission of being America’s home improvement lender of choice. We are glad to have her as part of the executive team.”
Torsak received her bachelor’s degree in journalism with a minor in French at the University of Utah and her MBA, International Business, at the Thunderbird School of Global Management. She has volunteered as a course instructor with Junior Achievement of Utah, contributed time to the Utah Arts Council and was a previous Builders Circle Board Member of EDCUtah.
“I am very excited to join the tremendous team at EnerBank,” says Torsak. “The Bank has been successful by focusing exclusively on the home improvement market, and delivering market-leading training and tools for contractors to offer the best payment option choices for their customers. I look forward to contributing to this success and leading the future strategy to fulfill this mission.”
For more information about EnerBank and its services for contractors and program sponsors in the home improvement industry, visit enerbank.com.