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CCG Catalyst hires Michael J. Langenkamp as partner

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Feb 02, 2010

Phoenix-based CCG Catalyst, which provides strategic guidance for banks, credit unions, mortgage lenders and other financial organizations, has named Michael J. Langenkamp as partner. Langenkamp’s responsibilities focus on business development, operations, account management, complex solution sales, contact expansion and negotiation, team selling and new business unit start-up. He joins CCG Catalyst with more than 25 years of experience directly serving the financial industry as a client relationship manager and sales professional. Prior to joining CCG Catalyst, Langenkamp served as the senior vice president of relationship management at Brookfield, Wis.-based Fiserv where he built a team of professionals focused on relationship management, revenue growth and expense control for a base of more than 350 outsourced clients and was responsible for the entire business unit client base of banks, credit unions and thrifts across the United States. Prior to this position, he was the client executive hired to build up a start-up practice focused on tier-one money center banks. Prior to this, he was executive vice president for Cherry Hill, N.J.-based BISYS, a global provider of outsourcing solutions for the financial services sector. “Michael’s experience as a proven business executive for community banks, super regional and tier-one financial institutions adds great value to our organization,” said Paul Schaus, president of CCG Catalyst. “His innovative vision, strategic leadership and clear financial planning, analysis and reporting are some of the many qualifications that help increase productivity and drive our sales efforts.” For more information, visit www.ccg-catalyst.com.
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