January 8, 2016

Tom Sexton

Thomas A. Sexton, ASA
Industrial Division Director
Irontrax, LLC
Phone: 614-404-2934; Fax: 440-237-0801

Financial analysis of complex matters is second nature to Tom. His experience includes 40+ years in the valuation field, 20 of those working with a national commercial bank, handling all areas of collateralize financial transaction, remarketing of off-lease equipment and FAS reporting. His wide range of work spans all equipment types, with specialties in rail assets, oil and gas related equipment, printing equipment, plastics, machine tools and food processing, including dairy equipment.

Tom also brings a portfolio of diverse experience in performing asset management functions, including structuring lease extensions and forming policy for care and disposition of equipment in repossession situations. He is versed in performing real estate appraisal reviews for FIRREA compliance, including industrial, institutional, commercial, single and multi-family residential real estate. Additionally, he provides risk assessment in proposed financial transactions for both real estate and machinery and equipment.

He’s an Accredited Senior Appraiser with the American Society of Appraisers International (ASA) since 1984, Machinery Equipment and Technical Specialties designation and a past member of the Machinery and Technical Specialties Committee of the ASA. Within ASA, Tom held numerous leadership roles and given presentations on topics such as the federal Dodd -Frank rules and their effect on the banking industry and on the dynamic of equipment appraisals and their interpretation in the banking industry.
In addition, he is past president and secretary, and current treasurer of the Columbus Chapter of the ASA and was Ohio State representative of the ASA in 2005.

Tom and his wife of 35 years live in Columbus, Ohio, with their two adult children nearby in central Ohio engaging in their professional careers. Tom is an avid reader, enjoying history, fiction and biographies. His current passion and frustration is the game of golf.