EVERTON Bryan, who heads a local debt collection company, last week won CEO of the Year in the 2014 Business Excellence Awards. His firm, International Assets Services (IAS), has been recognised for top awards and is growing fast through a business model aimed largely at softening the perception of an entity in a sector often vilified for what they do to make money.
IAS has a portfolio comprised of 70,000 accounts valued at over $19 billion. Clients include banking giants National Commercial Bank, Scotia Bank and RBC; utility companies such as the Jamaica Public Service and National Water Commission; and credit unions.
Published in the Jamaica Observer
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