Martin Touhey is a Principal in the Consumer Finance Practice, a specialty practice within the Banking and Capital Markets Practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers. Martin has worked with retail banks, investment firms, mortgage banking companies, and credit unions in Canada, the United States, Australia and Greece. His 15 years of experience in the financial services industry includes business strategy assessment, financial modeling, process improvement, including analysis and re-design, activity based costing, risk analysis and risk management, customer and product profitability analysis and management reporting design. In addition Martin has extensive experience in consumer loan servicing with a focus on Default Management. Martin has led several high profile engagements assisting companies transform their Default Operation including Collections, Loss Mitigation and REO. He has worked with clients to develop risk based segment strategies, dialer and contact strategies, develop and implement new loss mitigation products and strategies, and analyze and transform recovery processes. He is also a recognized subject matter specialist in the area of Economic Value Analysis and its related concepts and has worked with several large retail loan servicers to help them optimize cash flows from their servicing assets. Prior to joining PricewaterhouseCoopers U.S., Martin worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers Canada in the Federal Government Consulting Practice. He worked with a wide array of government clients on process improvement; activity based costing, financial modeling and benchmarking assignments. Before joining PricewaterhouseCoopers Martin worked for a large Canadian Bank as a Financial Advisor, and assisted clients with credit lending and financial planning needs.
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