Crown Asset Management Welcomes Shawn P. Bradley To Management Team

Duluth, Georgia, June 24, 2020 — Crown Asset Management, LLC announced today that it has hired Shawn P. Bradley as Director of Finance. Mr. Bradley was previously a Senior Director of Business Development for Ovation Partners, an Austin, TX based private credit fund. Prior to Ovation, Mr. Bradley spent nine years at CIBC Bank USA, as a Managing Director in the Specialty Finance Group, where he helped grow the loan portfolio to over $1 billion. He has extensive experience in distressed debt lending and capital markets. He holds both a BBA and MBA from Saint Xavier University where he also played intercollegiate football.

Crown Asset Management is a leading accounts receivable management company headquartered in Duluth, Georgia. Brian K. Williams, Chief Executive Officer, stated: “We have known and worked with Shawn for almost five years and have been continually impressed with his skill and ability, as well as his broad knowledge of distressed consumer receivables. He is talented, a team player, and will be a valuable addition to the Crown team.” Mr. Williams founded Crown in 2004. 

Mr. Bradley stated: “Having known Brian and the Crown team for a number of years, I am excited about the opportunity of joining such a dynamic, high growth company with a talented management team that maintains the highest levels of integrity. I see a multitude of opportunities for well capitalized companies in the ARM industry, and I look forward to helping Crown leverage these opportunities through its next phase of successful growth.”  Mr. Bradley will officially join Crown in July and will be based at the company headquarters just outside Atlanta, GA.

Crown Asset Management, LLC has purchased over 500 portfolios since 2004 including credit card portfolios, automobile debt, consumer loans, judgments and specialty portfolios. For further information, see www.crownasset.com.

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