Catherine Calko

CHESAPEAKE, VA -- Spring Oaks Capital, LLC has hired Catherine Calko as Director of Audit and Compliance.  In this role, Catherine will lead the day to day operations of our audit and compliance programs and report to General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer Andrew Blady.  Catherine, an attorney, joins Spring Oaks Capital after an extensive career in compliance with both Bank of America and Wells Fargo.  Catherine also served as an Assistant Attorney General with the Ohio Attorney General’s Office. Catherine earned her law degree with the University of Akron and her undergraduate degree at Bowling Green. Catherine is a frequent panelist with the National Creditors Bar Association speaking on various industry compliance issues.    

“I am excited and honored to join the team at Spring Oaks Capital.  I look forward to working with the rest of the company’s leadership as we grow to one of the premier tech-oriented debt buying companies in the country” stated Ms. Calko.  Mr. Blady stated, “We are thrilled to add this talented individual to our team as part of our commitment to have best in class compliance.”   Spring Oaks Capital’s Chief Operating Officer Jason Collins remarked, “I couldn’t be more excited to add Catherine to our talented team.  Catherine and I worked closely together for many years. Her knowledge and experience will be invaluable as we continue to build out an industry best compliance program.”

About Spring Oaks Capital, LLC

Spring Oaks Capital is an innovative and technology-focused consumer debt purchasing company spearheaded by four of the most credible industry executives, who hold decades of experience at some of the largest debt buyers, collection firms, and financial institutions in the United States. Leveraging an innovative portfolio acquisition strategy, leading-edge technology, and a differentiated culture, Spring Oaks Capital is poised to overhaul this legacy sector by building an innovative, refreshing and equitable vision that provides positive optionality around consumer debt obligations.


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