Monday, February 02 2015
(January 27, 2015) — Robert D. Koncerak will become president of Cold River Land, LLC in mid-February. Cold River is a leading provider of property tax management and escrow services to the banking and property management industries. Effective January 31st, Bob will leave his current position as EVP, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Risk Officer for Altrust Financial Services, Inc., a $600MM+ commercial bank and holding company based in Cullman, Alabama.
Mr. Koncerak is also principal of BankForward Consulting, LLC, which provides strategic planning and performance management services to financial institutions.
Mr. Koncerak has 30 years of experience in financial services and asset finance-related roles, ranging from positions in the capital markets to corporate finance and commercial banking. Over the past 15 years, Bob has served as Capital Markets CFO at Wachovia Bank and de novo EVP/CFO at Touchmark National Bank. Earlier in his career, Bob served as Assistant Treasurer/Director of Investor Relations for J&L Specialty Steel in Pittsburgh, PA.
Bob’s roles have put him in critical positions to assist with the launch, resolution and management (“take-offs, landings and turnarounds”) of commercial and financial businesses. Bob is a speaker and writer on matters of financial interest. His publications include The Most Fun I Never Want To Have Again: A Mid-Life Crisis in Community Banking, published in July 2013.
Cold River enables its clients to maximize property revenue generation by effectively managing their real estate tax process. Cold River provides critical solutions to companies looking to optimize and outsource property tax management, appeals, payments and related services. We provide property tax back office solutions that enable our clients to focus on their core competencies---and avoid time-consuming distractions, technical administration and back-office staffing.
View press release at: http://www.coldriverdev.com/news
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