Fair Debt

Episode 10 Dead Reckoning with Mike Ginsberg

November 17, 2021 Lex Patterson Season 1 Episode 10
Fair Debt
Episode 10 Dead Reckoning with Mike Ginsberg
Show Notes

Mike Ginsberg is president and CEO of Kaulkin Ginsberg, providing M&A and strategic advisory expertise to the accounts receivable management industry for since 1991. Mike is also co-founder of Topline Valuation Group, providing ARM owners and executives with much-needed technical, financial, benchmarking, and operational services designed to improve decisions at the corporate and operational levels.
Since 1991, Kaulkin Ginsberg Company has been dedicated to advising owners and executives of outsourced business services (OBS) companies on how best to achieve their growth and exit objectives. Their client-centric approach covers almost every stage of a company’s lifecycle and enables them to maintain longstanding relationships as trusted advisors. Kaulkin Ginsberg offers an array of services to ensure that its clients’ needs are met, such as strategic consulting, transaction advisory and valuation services.

What you'll learn about in this episode

In navigation, dead reckoning is the process of calculating your current position of some moving object by using a previously determined position, or fix, and then incorporating estimations of speed, heading direction, and course over elapsed time.

As change continues to usher in the future, I believe it can be beneficial to pause and reflect on that change that is happening in an effort to prepare for the future.  

In this episode we’ll cover a lot of ground  as I connect with Industry veteran and thought leader Mike Ginsberg to dissect trends in the debt economy, the impact of stimulus moves by the Fed, Industry consolidation, and what the agency of the future looks like.  Join Mike and I as we take an objective look into the industry today and the impact the last 2 years has had on debt collection.  

We’ll also take a look into the proverbial crystal ball to speculate what may be on the horizon, and  discuss our viewpoints based on over 50 years of collective industry experience.  

Additional Resources:
How will consumers spend their stimulus checks?
The Kaulkin Report