Wilmington, DE – August 2018 – Phillips & Cohen Associates, Ltd., the deceased account management specialist servicing creditors in the US, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, Spain and New Zealand, has signaled its intentions to enter additional international markets today with the appointment of Phillip Lee as Senior Vice President of Global Corporate Development.

  In this newly created position, Mr. Lee will focus on identifying and prioritizing new markets for the expansion of PCA’s unique, compassionate estate account management services and facilitating entry into those new countries.

“Phillip is a true ‘citizen of the world,’ living on three continents and speaking multiple languages during his professional career, including many years in both Europe and Latin America.  His cultural knowledge and technical expertise will help guide PCA as we execute our global expansion plans,” said Adam Cohen, Co-Chairman/CEO.

Mr. Lee brings over two decades of experience in corporate and financial deal-making roles including serving as a Partner of Clairfield International and Vice President of Corporate Development & Strategy at Global TeleSystems.  He also spent considerable time supporting various charities to benefit children and families in Europe and South America.

About Phillips & Cohen Associates, Ltd.
Phillips & Cohen Associates, Ltd. is a specialty receivable management company providing customized services to creditors in a variety of unique market segments.  Phillips & Cohen Associates, Ltd is domestically headquartered in Wilmington, DE, with additional offices in Colorado and Florida as well as international offices in the UK, Canada, Australia and Spain.  For more information about Phillips& Cohen Associates visit www.phillips-cohen.com. PCA provides Equal Employment Opportunity for all individuals regardless of race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status, genetic information and any other basis protected by federal, state or local laws.