As a co-founder of DMB, Matt has more than 15 years of experience is the debt servicing industry. Matt’s leadership in establishing best practices for the industry enabled TASC – the predecessor to the AFCC – to work with the FTC in defining rules and regulations governing the industry. Matt, currently a licensed attorney in good standing with the Massachusetts Bar Association, is responsible for the companies financial, legal and human resource teams. Matt has a BS from Bentley College in Accounting and a JD from Suffolk University Law School.
With more than 15 years in the debt settlement industry, Dan was one of the architects behind DMB’s consumer-first methodology for restructuring and paying off debt by creating tighter collaboration between creditors, DMB and consumers to drive a mutually beneficial outcome. Prior to co-founding DMB, Dan worked in the collections and debt buying industry. He has used this unique insight into the collections process to build a consumer-optimized process that’s helped tens of thousands of consumers nationwide. He is responsible for overseeing the client services, settlement and IT operations of DMB.
An entrepreneur, company builder and sales & marketing innovator, John has over 20 years experience in leading organizations and driving growth and expansion for venture-backed startups and large industry leaders. John's expertise includes leading product, marketing and sales teams. John’s focus includes sales, marketing and innovation for DMB and its related companies. Most recently, John was head of marketing for Catalina, the world’s largest CPG-focused media company where he helped drive the re-positioning of the company resulting in its $2.5B acquisition by Berkshire Partners. John joined Catalina through their acquisition of Modiv Media, the in-store mobile commerce pioneer, where he was SVP of Marketing. Through his innovation and leadership, John has been a driving force behind the growth, IPO, and sale of a half-dozen early-stage and high-growth companies including ATG (now Oracle), Gartner, NuMega (now Compuware), Factpoint (now GeoTrust), and Open Environment (now Borland).