Executive Change: Ken Schoech Joins First National Collection Bureau as VP Business Development

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First National Collection Bureau, Inc. is proud to announce the hiring of Ken Schoech.  Ken joined the Northern Nevada based agency in August and has been a respected ARM industry veteran for more than 20 years.

After graduating from the University of Northern Colorado, Ken began his career as an agency collector.  He went on to develop his executive management experience during his 17 year tenure with Citigroup where he managed default operations in Collection, Repossession Management, Remarketing, Bankruptcy, Litigation, Portfolio Sales and Recovery.

Returning to the agency side of the ARM industry as a business development executive, he commented, “I feel very fortunate to join FNCB.  The executive team and I have a shared business focus which includes a commitment to exceed industry standards of compliance and a financial investment towards future growth.”

Brad Jardon, Owner and President of FNCB stated, “We are very excited to add Ken to our organization, as his experience and knowledge are a fit for our goals to achieve even greater success.” Scott Carroll, COO, also added, “Ken has valuable experience in operations and that is a benefit to the company and to prospective clients. Ken is the type of professional that everyone enjoys doing business with and we are pleased he joined the company.”

About First National Collection Bureau, Inc.

Founded nearly thirty years ago National Collection Bureau, Inc. is a leader in third party collections, providing diversified collection solutions for clients. The executive management team has more than 150 years of combined industry experience. FNCB’s collection strategies are based on compliance to drive performance and enhance the customer experience.

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