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Susan Steinthal – Mercury Financial

Est. reading time: 4 mins

The difference between a near-prime credit score and a prime credit score might not seem like much—on FICO’s credit scale, it’s a maximum of 40 points and could be as little as one point on a scale of 850. Yet the gap can be vast in terms of getting approved for credit cards and borrowing […]

Sarah Boissins Ashley – Global Infrastructure Partners

Est. reading time: 5 mins

There’s much fine print to examine and numbers to add up, but the deals have nonetheless been getting sealed at Global Infrastructure Partners. Recently GIP and a joint partner, TotalEnergies, took a controlling stake in Clearway Energy Group and SunPower Corp. The former owning the fifth largest portfolio of renewable assets in the United States […]

Steve Feder – CompoSecure

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Steven J. Feder is in familiar territory, which makes him somewhat of a rarity in corporate law. Prior to accepting his latest post at CompoSecure, Inc. in April, he’d been general counsel at two other publicly traded companies. “Not many people can claim three tours of duty as a GC,” he tells Vanguard in August […]

Scott Adler – American Express Global Business Travel

Est. reading time: 5 mins

The global economy is on the move again with businesspeople having resumed traveling. Virtual interactions have their use but are no substitute for meeting face to face. And it’s not just traditional businesspeople—engineers, educators, scientists, architects et al also are on the move. So emphasizes Scott Adler, the number two lawyer at American Express Global […]

Sondra Jurica – LTD Financial Services

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Since cell phones became widely available in the U.S. in the 1990s, they’ve been a form of convenience for many. For debt collection companies like LTD Financial Services, however, the mobile devices have complicated matters. Take the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act. Enacted in March 1978, it stipulates that debt collection calls must be made […]

Stuart Lurie – Certified Collectibles Group

Est. reading time: 5 mins

A Marvel and Star Wars aficionado since boyhood, Stuart Lurie hopes that the new year brings a return of the real live comic book convention. Those so-called comic-cons often attract tens of thousands of fans to major venues nationwide but last year mostly went virtual, if at all, what with COVID-19 being beyond the saving […]

Seth Miller – Cambridge Investment Group Inc.

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Like the wine he ferments during his off-hours, Seth Miller says his legal skills have matured to the benefit of the financial solutions firm where he’s logged nearly 13 years, the last six as general counsel. And that maturation process remains ongoing, with Miller’s employer, Iowa-based Cambridge Investment Group Inc. intent on maintaining its independence […]

Scott Shepherd – ScaleFactor

Est. reading time: 4 mins

The clichés would have ScaleFactor Chief Legal Officer Scott Shepherd landing on his feet, his boots on the ground as the Austin, Texas, company embarks on a new round of growth. And indeed, the clichés are true, as Shepherd becomes the company’s first in-house attorney, bringing a combination of military and legal experience with him […]

Steve Forsythe – RoundPoint Mortgage Servicing Corporation

Est. reading time: 4 mins

No doubt, the mortgage industry has undergone dramatic changes since the onset of the Great Recession in 2008. And while there has been significant roll up, consolidation and closure of many companies, RoundPoint Mortgage Servicing Corporation has grown rapidly and, as Steve Forsythe puts it, “in the right way.” That is: The company is emphasizing […]

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