As co-founder and President of Reliant Asset Management, LLC (RAM), Barry Roman spends the majority of his time working on-site with clients and prospects. Prior to RAM, he was co-founder of Resun Leasing, Inc., a third party finance company for modular building dealers that became one of the largest nationwide financing businesses for modular structures. In 2003, Resun had 38 offices in the US, over 200 employees, and a sizeable lease fleet of modular buildings. Resun ultimately acquired GE Capital Modular Space, which now operates as ModSpace Corporation. Prior to Resun, Barry structured equipment lease financings of large ticket items at Finalco, Inc in McLean, VA, and was a secured loan officer at the Bank of Boston.
As co-founder and Vice President of Reliant Asset Management, LLC (RAM), Michael Roman leads the company’s overall operations. Prior to RAM, he was co-founder of Resun Leasing, Inc. (now ModSpace Corporation), a third party finance company for modular building dealers that became one of the largest nationwide financing businesses for modular structures. Michael also led the equipment leasing syndication business at Finalco, Inc. in McLean, VA, and was a tax consultant with Touche Ross & Co. (now Deloitte & Touche). Michael is an active member of the Modular Building Institute, serving as President and on the Board of Directors, and in 2002 received the Institute’s Outstanding Achievement Award.
Saul serves as Reliant Asset Management’s Chief Information Officer. Prior to RAM, he was the Chief Information Officer for Bakbon Technologies, a software firm specializing in the modular building industry, and Chief Information Officer for Resun Leasing, Inc. Saul has also worked as a consultant for Answerthink on Oracle financial implementations, and in a variety of positions with GE Capital Modular Space.