TREVOSE, Pa. -- NCB Management Services, Inc. today announced that Ralph Liberio has been appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of NCB Management Services, Inc.
Liberio succeeds Marcelo Aita who is stepping down to become a Board Advisor to the company and provide assistance through the transition. "We want to thank Marcelo for his dedication and significant contributions to NCB and all its stakeholders over the years,” said Brett Silver, Chairman and co-founder. “During his tenure, under the leadership of the executive team and the hard work of all NCB employees, we have had significant accomplishments over nearly a decade.”
As NCB’s Chief Operating Officer for the past four years Liberio has been a key member of the executive team. In his new capacity, Liberio will report directly to NCB’s Board of Directors. “Ralph has been with us since the beginning and is a well-known and respected industry executive,” said Rick Silver, co-founder and Director. “As NCB’s COO for the past four years, Ralph has been responsible for many facets of our business. We believe his experience and intimate knowledge of our business and industry makes him more than qualified for his new role.”
Liberio stated, “I look forward to working closely with the Board and continue Marcelo’s strategic vision to operate a diversified and highly compliant organization by delivering superior service to our business partners.” NCB is uniquely positioned in the collection industry with a balanced business model that combines the fee-based revenue consistency from its servicing client base with the investment returns of its debt buying business. NCB has developed a reputation as a valued business partner by many of the nation’s leading financial services companies.
About NCB Management Services, Inc.
NCB Management Services, Inc., established in 1994, is headquartered in the Philadelphia area with satellite offices in Jacksonville, FL and Sioux Falls, SD. NCB is a recognized Accounts Receivable Management (ARM) industry leader as well as a nationally respected debt buyer. The company is partially owned by its employees through an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP). The NCB ESOP is a company-funded defined contribution retirement plan established in 2014 for the benefit of NCB employees.