An innovator in transportation capital and alternative investments, Vince started RESIDCO in 1982, and has completed both aviation and rail transactions through several major cycles in excess of $1.2BN, including syndications, non-recourse debt securitizations, restructurings, hedging projects and asset repositioning and remarketing assignments. Mr. Kolber pioneered the use of privately placed derivatives in large ticket equipment leasing, establishing extensive applications for residual value insurance and puts in both aviation and rail structured financings. These approaches have propelled RESIDCO as an alternative investment management company for institutional investors over several decades. He has chaired the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association (“ELFA”) Aviation and Fair Business Practices Committees, regularly volunteers as an ELFA lobbyist on Capitol Hill. He speaks for and writes on behalf of the transportation capital industry regularly. Mr. Kolber holds an MBA from the University of Chicago and a BS from Wharton. Mr. Kolber is active in parochial school philanthropy through Sacred Heart and the Big Shoulders Foundation. He is active in the Heritage Foundation and serves as Chairman of the Chicago Committee and is active with similar think tanks and civic projects.