TREVOSE, Pa. -- NCB recently announced that Leonard Yampolsky has joined its executive leadership team as the Company's Chief Information Officer. Leonard is a technology management, software development and product engineering executive with more than 25+ years’ experience. He has been instrumental in building product development capabilities, directing technology implementations, developing business-automation strategies, and cultivating high-functioning teams. Leonard’s areas of expertise span across Pharmaceutical, Financial and most recently e-Commerce sectors with high emphasis on Digital Transformation and Platform Engineering. In his new role with NCB, Leonard will be responsible for strategic and operational information technology initiatives, innovation, global cybersecurity, and the evaluation and deployment of current and future technology platforms. In addition, he will oversee both domestic and global technology-related investments required to enable and streamline ongoing business functions, while also helping monetize technology assets.
Mr. Yampolsky most recently served as the Chief Information Officer/ Chief Digital Officer for GogoTech, where he was responsible for building and running the firm’s next-generation e-Commerce platform that was featured on Future of Retail Commerce Conference along with Revlon and other industry leaders. Prior to that Leonard served as Advisory Board Member of Rutgers University Big Data Area and as Head of Lending Technology for Ocwen Financial with responsibilities overseeing all aspects of Consumer, Correspondent and Reverse Lending. Prior to Ocwen he held senior leadership positions in Ditech Financial, GMAC, TD Bank, Bank of America and Fleet Bank. In these roles Leonard was responsible for leading IT strategic and operational planning to achieve business goals by fostering innovation, prioritizing IT initiatives, and coordinating the evaluation, deployment, and management of current and future IT systems across the organization to ensure flexible, effective systems able to adjust to reasonable future demands consistent with the business plans of the enterprise.
"I am excited to be appointed as NCB’s next CIO," said Leonard Yampolsky. “As the Receivable Asset Management industry continues to evolve, NCB’s innovative digital-forward focus and investments in a larger digital transformation strategy will continue to create tremendous value for its customers and clients as well as simplified work experiences for its colleagues. Technology and innovation play a tremendous role in helping NCB stay laser focused on helping its customers achieve financial freedom and enabling NCB partners to focus on their core business making this an extremely rewarding opportunity."
“In an environment where it is critical to optimize technology in order to provide an exceptional customer-centric experience, I am thrilled to welcome Leonard to the NCB Executive Leadership Team. I am confident that Leonard’s experience in financial services coupled with his deep knowledge of customer facing technological infrastructure will allow NCB to better serve customers as well as play an integral part in our overall success”, stated Ralph Liberio, President & CEO.
About NCB Management Services
NCB Management Services, Inc. was established in 1994 and is headquartered in Trevose, PA with satellite offices in Jacksonville, FL, Sioux Falls, SD, and Lincoln, NE. NCB is a well-respected Debt Buyer of Unsecured Consumer Credit Products and an admired, well-recognized Accounts Receivable Management (ARM) industry leader. NCB is a customer-centric, regulatory compliant organization with a robust infrastructure, who has blended many years of ARM experience with the latest in new information systems and communication technology. NCB has developed a reputation as consistently being a valued business partner and performer in a wide variety of applications. Providing superior customer interaction and achieving maximum results, while protecting NCB’s and our client's valued reputations, are among our highest priorities.