Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 29, 2015
CheckAlt today announced Barton Corredera and T.L. Brown have joined the company. Corredera serves as the Executive Vice President of Operations while Brown is Vice President of Marketing.
“I am pleased to welcome Bart and T.L. to the CheckAlt family,” said Shai Stern, co-chairman and CEO of CheckAlt. “Both bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise from their many years in the financial services industry. They’re great additions to an already deep bench and are sure to help us as we continue innovating and delivering high-value payment and processing solutions to our clients.”
Corredera has over 30 years’ experience in banking serving in a variety of roles including operations, risk & compliance, customer service and marketing. He’s worked for domestic and foreign owned institutions including Citibank, NA, Citibank International, Winterbotham Trust Co. Ltd. and Transamerica Bank & Trust Co. Ltd. Most recently (for the past 6 years), Corredera was the Vice President of Operations for Community Bank of Florida.
Brown has over 25 years’ experience in commercial banking serving in a variety of roles encompassing retail banking sales & operations management, product development, marketing communications strategy, public relations and sales training/mentoring. He’s worked for Barnett Bank, Bank of America, BankUnited, FSB and most recently, Great Florida Bank as Senior Vice President, Director of Retail Banking and Chief Marketing Officer.
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CheckAlt is a leading provider of financial technology solutions such as eChecks, Remote Deposit Capture (RDC), Mobile Payments, Lockbox and Image Item Processing. We help financial institutions expand their capabilities, improve processing efficiency, reduce costs and mitigate risk from all capture points. Our innovative white label payment solutions help financial institutions attract and maintain high-value commercial and small business customer relationships. We help all types of merchants who need an economical and more efficient way to get paid.