ComplyARM is proud to announce the election of our partner Adam Parks to the DBA International Board of Directors at the annual conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Adam Parks has been working in the accounts receivable management and debt buying industries since 2006 working for companies including CreditMax, Stirling Capital Management, ComplyARM and Lismore Holdings. Throughout his career, Adam has taken a leadership role within his organizations and has developed deep relationships with debt buyers, collection agencies and law firms around the world.
When asked about his new role with the trade association, Adam responded “I am very excited to be participating with such an incredible group of directors on the DBA International Board. I believe I can add value to the members of the association and have appreciated the incredible support I have received from member company and executives around the industry.”
“Adam brings some new skill sets to the table that can benefit our association and contribute to achieving our objectives. I look forward to leveraging his unique cross-section of knowledge to assist DBA International in communicating with existing members and promote membership to organizations and similar associations that have not yet joined us in our efforts” said DBA International Board Member Marian Sangalang.
As part of his new role with DBA International, Adam will be continuing to participate on the Editorial Committee as co-chair, as well as beginning to work with both the Membership and Fundraising Committees.
DBA International (DBA) is the nonprofit trade association that represents more than 575 companies that purchase performing and nonperforming receivables on the secondary market. DBA member companies work in a variety of financial services fields, including debt buying companies, collection agencies, law firms, originating creditors, international members, and industry-related product and service providers. DBA International provides its members with extensive networking, educational, and business development opportunities in asset classes that span numerous industries.