Dennis  Sholl

Dennis Sholl

Mr. Sholl has a diverse background of over 30 years in both commercial and consumer credit and collections.  Specifically, he has spent 15+ years in the equipment finance business and the last 10+ years in the consumer collections arena.  Currently as Vice President of Collections at Genpact he is responsible for the growth and development of their collections practice within the Americas.  Genpact employs a team of over 4,500 professionals dedicated to the collections sector and is a leader in the globalization of services and technology and business process management for companies around the world.Prior to Genpact, Sholl has been President of two major equipment leasing companies and most recently a founding member, President and CEO of Global Vantedge, Inc.(GVI), a Gurgaon, India based, private equity backed start-up focused exclusively on consumer collections and debt recovery.  After building a stable based of blue chip clients and a work force of 1200+ employees, Sholl assisted in the sale and transition of GVI to Aegis, which continues now as Aegis Receivable Management.Prior to Global Vantedge, Mr. Sholl worked with Warburg Pincus in the capacity of a turnaround executive for Exterra Credit Recovery, a troubled company within Warburg’s portfolio.  As President of Exterra Credit Recovery (a buyer and servicer of distressed debt), he developed and implemented a workout plan, reversed the negative cash flow, improved productivity leading to a successful sale of the company to one of the top five debt buyers in the U.S.Additionally, Mr. Sholl spent eight years as the principal of Sholl Associates, a professional change management/consultant group specializing in providing "hands on" interim management during periods of start‑up, rapid growth reengineering or crisis turnarounds. He has extensive experience in managing operations and sales efforts towards improved productivity, increased control, and reduced costs.  Clients included Wells Fargo Bank, Finova, Signet Bank, Bank Austria, Ernst & Young, Japan Leasing Corporation, Cisco Systems Capital, and Sun Microsystems Financial.