Unifund, a leader in the Accounts Receivable Management industry, announced that Kristin Dougherty, VP of Sales & Marketing would be retiring at the end of the year and that Brandy Reardon will rejoin the company in January.
After a career of over 20 years in the accounts receivable management industry, Kristin Dougherty will retire at the end of 2013. Ms. Dougherty entered the business in May 1991 at Unifund and returned in August of 2011, where she completes her distinguished career. Ms. Dougherty plans to continue to pursue her passions of horses and art, along with traveling and volunteering.
Chief Operating Officer Jason Kaster offered, “I thank Kristin for all that she has done to build Unifund into a leading institution and her efforts at furthering our industry through her many accomplishments and service to DBA International. I, along with all of her teammates, wish her all the best in retirement.”
Brandy Reardon returns to Unifund on January 6, 2014. Brandy will be focusing on Unifund’s relationships with credit granters and issuers, as well as expanding the Recovery Decision Solutions (RDS) platform. Brandy has spent the last two years with Security Credit Services. In her most recent role as Vice President of Acquisitions she was responsible for developing revenue through debt purchasing.
“Security Credit Services is a wonderful company, so it was a tough decision to leave, but it feels great to return to Unifund, said Reardon.”
Brandy’s previous roles at Unifund include Portfolio Sales Manager and Client Services Manager where she spent over eight years.
Unifund’s core business is purchasing and managing distressed consumer receivables, a key component in the financial services industry and recovery for the economy. Recovery Decision Solutions (RDS) offers a suite of asset location and consultative services that optimizes recoveries with the decision and recovery solutions Unifund has perfected in liquidating its purchased portfolios for over 25 years. RDS is available to creditors, debt buyers, attorneys and owners of distressed receivables.