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New Retail Contract with CFMOTO
Sheffield Financial, a division of Truist Bank, and CFMOTO Powersports, Inc., have agreed to a multi-year financing services agreement which is effective immediately.
Sheffield Mowing Equipment TV Commercial - Version 2
Cut ahead of the crowd when financing your new mower. At Sheffield Financial, we specialize in helping our customers get what they need through our fast and easy application process.
Sheffield Mowing Equipment TV Commercial - Version 1
Don't go another season without the equipment you need. At Sheffield Financial, our easy application and fast approval process helps our customers get what they need.
Sheffield Powerful Equipment TV Commercial
Wherever your outdoor adventure takes you, Sheffield Financial can help get you there with powerful financing for powerful equipment.
Sheffield Financial and BRP Announce a New Multiyear Retail-Financing Contract
Sheffield Financial and BRP recently agreed to a multiyear financing services agreement, which will provide lending services to BRP customers across all 50 U.S. states.
Sheffield's Snow Announces Retirement, Leaves Legacy of Tremendous Growth
Jack Snow, CEO of Sheffield Financial, will retire effective April 1, 2019. Jeffrey McKay, president of Sheffield, will succeed Snow as CEO.
Continued Partnership with GOLDPoint
Continuing our relationship for loan servicing, loan origination, calculations, payments, accounting, reporting and file storage.
New Retail Financing Contract with Mahindra
Now offering installment financing for Mahindra ROXOR.
New Retail Financing Contract with Honda Marine
Now offering installment financing for Honda engines and boat packages, including Honda engines.
Sheffield New Headquarters Location
Loans are subject to credit approval.
Sheffield Financial is a division of Branch Banking and Trust Company(opens in a new tab), Member FDIC.
Branch Banking and Trust Company is now Truist Bank. Learn more(opens in a new tab)
BB&T and SunTrust have merged to become Truist. Both institutions will continue to offer independent product lines for a period of time. This may include differing underwriting guidelines, product features, terms, fees and pricing.