Executive Change: Alan Spiegelhauer Rejoins FMA Alliance

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FMA Alliance, Ltd. is proud to announce Alan Spiegelhauer has re-joined their team as a business development specialist and client liaison.  Alan brings more than twenty-seven years of receivables management experience, having worked in virtually every vertical including Healthcare, Card, Loan, Auto, Telecom, and large, complex First Party/Early-Out Projects.

Alan’s expertise allows him to create unique operational solutions tailored to meet each client’s business needs. Alan is also actively involved in industry organizations, including the Healthcare Financial Management Association (“HFMA”) and serves as the Gulf Coast Chapter’s Membership Chair.

FMA President, Mike Janakes, said, “Alan is well known and respected throughout the industry. He is extremely knowledgeable, easy to talk to, always accessible, and stands behind what he says. He’s a perfect addition to FMA, and we’re thrilled to have him.”

FMA is a privately owned receivables management company opened in 1983 and headquartered in Houston, Texas. FMA is a BBB Accredited Business and is proud of its A+ rating. FMA is known throughout the industry as being committed to the fair and honest treatment of consumers and patients. FMA has invested heavily into state-of-the-art technology, security and training, giving its employees the tools needed to be compliant, effective and efficient in today’s ever changing world of receivables management. FMA has won numerous awards for its customer and client services, and is constantly referred to as being easy to do business with. More details about FMA can be found at www.theFMAdifference.com.

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