Renasant Financial Partners


Renasant Financial Partners
Renasant Financial Partners Limited
Type Private
Industry Financial
Headquarters Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Key people Fraser R. Berrill
Employees 25[1]
Website www.renasant.ca

Renasant Financial Partners Limited (formerly Clearlink Capital Corporation and MFP Financial Services) is a computer supply and service company, which offers leasing, asset-based financing and equipment trading services to corporate and government clients to meet technology and computer needs.

The company was established in 1984, and became a publicly traded corporation in 1993. On January 13, 2009, the company completed a going-private transaction and delisted from the Toronto Stock Exchange.[2]

Dash Domi, a salesman with the company's Toronto office, was implicated in the city government's computer leasing scandal. The company was also been involved in a similar inquiry in relation to a lease deal for the city of Waterloo, Ontario to fund its RIM Park facility.

MFP subsequently changed its name to Clearlink Capital Corporation and, in 2006, became Renasant Financial Partners.

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