MicroFinancial Incorporated (NASDAQ: MFI), a financial intermediary specializing in vendor based leasing and finance programs for micro-ticket transactions, announced today that it has been named to the Boston Globe Top 100 publicly traded companies in Massachusetts. This is the 4
consecutive year that MicroFinancial has been recognized for its financial performance.
The report, published in the Boston Globe’s May 22, 2011 edition, ranks public companies in Massachusetts based on their overall financial performance.
“It is an honor to once again be recognized by the Boston Globe as one of the top publicly traded companies in Massachusetts. The fact that an independent third party has recognized our financial achievements during these difficult economic times is very rewarding for all of our management, especially given the fact that only 90 companies qualified for the list this year and only 82 qualified last year,” said Richard F. Latour, CEO of MicroFinancial.
MicroFinancial Inc. (NASDAQ: MFI) is a financial intermediary specializing in micro-ticket leasing and financing. MicroFinancial has been operating since 1986, and is headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts. For more information, visit
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