SYOSSET, NY, June 13, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ — Financial Service Centers of New York (FSCNY), the professional trade association representing New York’s licensed check cashing industry, has announced that Barbara Wolf has been elected Board Chair. Ms. Wolf had served as a director on the FSCNY Board since January 2017 and as Vice Chair since January of this year.
Ms. Wolf, who serves as Chief Growth Officer for Payomatic Financial Services, is the first woman to be elected to the post. She succeeds Matthew Swentkofske of PLS Financial Services, who served as Board Chair since January 2018.
FSCNY also announced that Larry Liskiewicz, Chief Operations Officer for Community Financial Service Centers (CFSC) and member of the FSCNY Board, will succeed Ms. Wolf as FSCNY Vice Chair.
“Barb is certainly the right person at the right time,” said Roman Vaccari, FSCNY Executive Director. “Her strategic perspective will enable our Association to better serve the growing needs of consumers throughout the state. Barb’s career-long focus on the customer will help our members evolve the services they offer and continue to deliver them with the highest ethical standards.”
“I’m honored to be named Board Chair and grateful for the visionary leadership that FSCNY has always provided to our industry,” said Ms. Wolf. “I’m looking forward to helping our member companies anticipate rapidly changing consumer demands and continue to provide the essential financial services on which millions of New Yorkers rely every day.”
Ms. Wolf has held executive posts at a number of financial services companies, including Check Into Cash and PLS Financial Services.
About Financial Service Centers of New York
Financial Service Centers of New York (FSCNY) has represented New York’s licensed check cashing industry since 1957. The industry is comprised of approximately 110 companies operating more than 500 storefront check cashing locations throughout the state, and employs nearly 6,000 people. FSCNY helps the financial services industry fulfill its mission to ensure that millions of low- to moderate-income New Yorkers in the most underserved and under-banked neighborhoods have access to affordable, secure and quality financial services in a convenient and regulated environment.
For more information, visit www.fscny.org
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