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Hilco's CEO Salter to Exit, Kaup to Fill Vacancy

Jamie Salter, chief executive officer of Hilco Consumer Capital, is resigning to pursue other interests. Eric Kaup, the company's general counsel, will serve as interim CEO."It has been a great privilege and pleasure to work with Jeff Hecktman [chair

April 6, 2018

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Jamie Salter, chief executive officer of Hilco Consumer Capital, is resigning to pursue other interests. Eric Kaup, the company's general counsel, will serve as interim CEO.

"It has been a great privilege and pleasure to work with Jeff Hecktman [chairman and chief executive officer of Hilco Trading] and everyone at Hilco Consumer Capital and Hilco Trading over the last three years," says Salter. "He and the company are world class. I look forward to continued involvement with Jeff and the HCC team, as well as to my return to the entrepreneurial world."

Besides being named interim chief executive officer, Kaup will continue to serve as general counsel and executive vice president of Hilco Trading, HCC's parent company.

"Eric Kaup has been a core member of HCC's leadership team since its inception," says Salter and Hecktman in a joint statement. "We have complete confidence in his ability to manage the enterprise, provide leadership and guidance in future investments, and continue to drive growth."

Hilco's brand investments include Polaroid, Sharper Image, Bombay Co., Ellen Tracy, Linens 'N Things, Tommy Armour Golf and Halston. The company is also the exclusive licensing advisor for House of Marley.

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