Executive Change: First National Collection Bureau, Inc. Appoints Issa Moe as General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer

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SPARKS, NV – FNCB, Inc., a national accounts receivable management firm servicing Fortune 500 brands and small businesses, today announced the appointment of Issa Moe as the company’s General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer.  Moe will report to Chief Executive Officer, Bradley Jardon, and will upgrade the company’s efforts to meet all state and federal regulatory requirements in managing billions of dollars of accounts for clients annually.

Issa Moe

Issa Moe

“FNCB has a genuine and unwavering commitment to ensuring that our employees and those around the industry are accountable to American consumers,” said Issa Moe, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer of FNCB, Inc.  “I’m excited to have the opportunity to work with a management team willing to be bold and lead by example with clear and strong standards of conduct.”

“Issa brings a wealth of law firm experience and a strong vision to further FNCB as an industry leader in best practices, transparency and compliance,” said Bradley Jardon, Chief Executive Officer of FNCB, Inc.  “We believe that bringing Mr. Moe’s level of expertise and specialized legal background to the position is essential given the intense scrutiny our industry faces from local, state and federal regulatory agencies.”

“We are pleased to welcome Issa to the executive management team and have no doubt he will help us exceed client expectations and raise the industry bar with regulatory and legal requirements,” said Scott Carroll, Chief Operating Officer of FNCB, Inc.

Prior to FNCB, Inc., Moe was an attorney for Moss & Barnett’s creditors’ remedies & bankruptcy team, where he worked alongside John Rossman, one of the nation’s leading authorities on debt collection law.  Moe and Rossman provided litigation defense and regulatory and compliance counsel.  Previously, Moe worked for Irell & Manella and Troutman Sanders; his expertise is in representing companies, creditors’ committees, unsecured and secured creditors, trustees, and other parties-in-interest in bankruptcy proceedings, restructurings, and litigation.  He has extensive experience defending claims under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), and similar state statutes.

Moe is licensed to practice law in state and federal courts in California and Minnesota.  He received his juris doctor degree from the University of Pennsylvania, where he graduated cum laude, and his bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia.

About FNCB, Inc.

Founded nearly thirty years ago, FNBC, Inc. is a leader in third-party collections providing diversified solutions for clients.  Based in Sparks, Nevada, the executive management team has more than 160 years of combined industry experience.  FNCB, Inc.’s collection strategies are based on compliance to drive performance and enhance the customer experience.

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