Prior to joining WesBanco Bank Inc. in July 2010 as the Vice President of Collections, Mr. Doyle was the Collections Manager for Buchanan Ingersoll and Rooney, PC., an AM Law Top 100 firm in the United States, from April 2007 until July 2010. He and his department were responsible for the collection of approximately $250 million in annual fee revenue. By creating a team atmosphere within his department of (6) direct reports, executive management, and the (400+) lawyers, as well as integrating IT solutions with vendor relationships, he created efficiencies that achieved between 90 and 95 % of annual cash budget, reduced bad debt write offs by 50 %, and increased recoveries by 25 %. Upon his departure in July 2010 the firm was $ 4.2 million ahead of cash budget which is the largest increase of cash flow to budget for the firm since 2005. During the period of February 2006 through April 2007, Mr. Doyle had taken an interim position as the Program Director for Business Administration at Sanford Brown Institute (formerly the Western School of Health and Business Careers). He was responsible to educate, mentor, and assist with career placement for students enrolled to earn their Associate Degree. While he was at Western, the business program improved to a 93 % retention / graduation rate. From March 1999 through August 2005, he achieved the level of Senior Vice President for GLS Capital Services, Inc. (�GLS�), which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Dynex Capital Inc. (NYSE: DX), which at the time held $ 1.2 billion in assets. During his tenure at GLS he was responsible for all voluntary (pre-foreclosure) and involuntary (foreclosure) collection activities relating to the Allegheny County (Pittsburgh, PA) and Cuyahoga County (Cleveland, OH) tax lien portfolios. GLS collected over $ 60 million from its tax lien portfolio operations which were valued at nearly $200 million. As the SVP he coordinated the implementation of GLS� collection policy and procedure as well as the training, recruitment, and development of the collection and legal staff. In addition, he was instrumental in the development of GLS� proprietary business system, Tax Lien Servicing (TLS). Other duties include, but were not limited to, strategic planning, P/L, and oversight of operations. The staffing level, at the peak of operations, totaled 39 direct reports. Included in the staff were (2) Vice Presidents and (4) junior managers. Preceding GLS, Mr. Doyle served from May 1995 to March 1999 as the Credit Manager for Bruceton Farm Service Inc. (�BFS�). During that time BFS was made up of (4) wholly owned subsidiaries, which included (14) plant and (23) store location in the quad state region of Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, and Maryland. He was solely responsible for policy and procedures in the collection and underwriting of both individual and commercial accounts translating into $ 22 million dollars of annual credit sales. At the beginning of his tenure the company had approximately 26 % of its receivable aged beyond 90 days delinquent. Upon leaving BFS in March 1999, only 3 % were aged beyond 90 days delinquent, with very little being written off as uncollectible. Subsequent to BFS, he was a front line collector for Kaufmann�s Department stores, a subsidiary of the May Co., from February 1992 to September 1992, after exceeding performance goals as a collector he was promoted to Supervisor of Customer Service in September 1992 until his departure in May 1995. He was responsible for a staff of (9) direct reports that coordinated the resolution of customer inquires/complaints regarding both furniture and general merchandise purchases for (40) branch stores. A graduate of the West Virginia University, Mr. Doyle earned his B.S.B.A. � Finance degree in August of 1989. He completed his M.B.A. from Waynesburg College in December of 2002.
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