MOUNT LAUREL, N.J. -- Ceteris is pleased to welcome General Counsel, Daniel J. McCusker, to the company.  With more than 20 years in ARM leadership roles in legal and compliance within the collection industry, private sector and law firm arenas, Ceteris is confident that Dan’s expertise will make an immediate impact.  Dan’s high energy, positive attitude, and professionalism combined with his diverse knowledge and record of successes pairs perfectly with the Ceteris vision and values.

Jonathan Pike, CEO of Ceteris, said, “We are excited to welcome Dan to Ceteris as our new General Counsel and as a member of our Executive Team.  Dan brings a wealth of experience in all facets of legal and compliance plus executive management that will assist us in meeting our aggressive goals and initiatives.  Dan’s background in building legal networks, debt acquisitions and new lines of servicing businesses demonstrates our commitment to broadening the suite of services we offer our customers. Furthermore, Ceteris is quickly expanding to provide end-to end services at the forefront of our business model.”

Throughout his career Dan has worked with customers that include some of the top credit issuers, financial institutions, debt buyers, and a myriad of commercial entities. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Government & Politics from Widener University, and a Juris Doctorate from Roger Williams University School of Law.

About Ceteris Portfolio Services, LLC

Ceteris is a nationally licensed servicing company providing debt recovery solutions and other related services for consumers and commercial businesses across a broad range of financial assets.   Ceteris provides first- and third-party revenue cycle management, business process outsourcing and portfolio backup servicing to heavily regulated, high volume industries including banking, automotive finance, credit card, equipment leasing, medical, telecommunications, utilities, retail and other industries.  For more information please visit

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