Alistair Canal

SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Capital Collection Management, a provider of first-party and third-party collections, debt purchasing, and litigation services, hired Alistair Canal as President of Global Sales. In this role, Canal leads the sales department responsible for driving CCM revenue, brand development, and strategic client relations. 

“We’re thrilled to have Alistair join the CCM team,” said Jacob Corlyon, Co-Founder and CEO of Capital Collection Management. “With more than 20 years of expertise building and growing sales organizations, he is well-poised and equipped to increase CCM’s market share. I look forward to working together to drive the company’s growth.” 

Prior to joining CCM, Canal held several leadership roles at some of the nation’s most highly regarded organizations. Most recently, he was SVP of Strategic Programs for Live Oak Bank, where he was responsible for building, launching, and directing new financing programs for its SBA 7(a) loans. Prior to that, he was VP of Market Development at Promontory Financial Group. Most notably, Canal was a member of the Bankers Healthcare Group executive team for more than six years, serving in multiple roles as EVP of Business Development, Chief Relations Officer, and President of FundEx, a BHG affiliate company.

Canal is active on several boards and serves as an advisor to NextGen companies. He earned his bachelor’s degree from New England College and graduated with distinction. 

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About Capital Collection Management

Capital Collection Management (CCM) provides modern, technology-driven collections, debt purchasing, and litigation services for enterprises that need engagement with empathy, experience with compliance, and excellence in debt recovery. Leveraging state-of-the-art analytics and machine learning combined with a service-focused approach, CCM helps organizations from a variety of industries protect their brands and improve their bottom lines. To learn more, visit www.capitalcollect.com and follow us on LinkedIn.


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