Co-founder and CEO
Jacob is a co-founder and CEO of CCMR3, a leading provider of accounts receivable and collection services. He focuses on building a high-performance culture, mentoring his executive and leadership teams, and executing on the overall strategic plan for the organization. His deep industry experience is underscored by his extensive knowledge of consumer, commercial, and healthcare collections. Prior to starting CCMR3, he honed his skillset in the collections and legal departments at Bankers Healthcare Group, LLC.
Jacob is a Professional Collection Specialist, Credit and Collection Compliance Professional, Certified Receivables Compliance Professional and received the Scholar designation from ACA International. He has expert knowledge of the FDCPA, TCPA, FCRA, GLBA, UDAAP, and HIPAA, and is committed to professional and ethical collection practices.
Jacob currently serves on the board of directors for ACA International and the New York State Collectors Association. He served as president of the New York State Collectors Association from 2018 through 2021 and was a 2019 Syracuse 40 Under Forty honoree. Jacob shows his commitment to his people first philosophy by advocating and educating consumers on financial literacy issues and what to do when being contacted by a debt collector. His goal is to change the negative stigma of this integral industry to our global economy through his advocacy and educational efforts.
Jacob studied at Le Moyne College, Bryant and Stratton College and SUNY Oswego, and currently resides in the suburbs of Syracuse, NY with his wife. In his spare time he enjoys reading, traveling, golfing and sport shooting.
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