After serving the banking and financial services industries for more than 30 years our firm and our banking leadership partners have assisted financial institutions and their teams through a wide array of management, solvency, distressed assets and loan portfolio, and regulatory compliance issues. We will not say that we have seen or dealt with every banking problem there ever was, but we will say that we have a successful track record in dealing with most of them.
East 57th Street Partners and its leadership team have been assisting financial institutions with accounting, finance, HR, and regulatory compliance challenges since the Southwest Plan and Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC) days of the late 1980s.
Our team members have between 15 to 30+ years of experience servicing the financial institutions, the FDIC, SBA, mortgage service companies, regulatory compliance organizations, and credit risk departments.
We are proud of our track record and extensive experience in this arena under difficult circumstances such as the last banking and economic crisis of 2008 including the servicing and resolution of mandates from the OCC. We have the tools, experience, and resources in the ready to be of help. And, we can rapidly deploy this help as needed.
East 57th Street Partners offers a robust value-added team along with tools and processes to manage or supplement your Compliance Management System.
East 57th Street Partners adds value by including highly qualified leadership and staff to lead financial institution teams through new opportunities and challenges. We are also available to simply augment or train your existing staff. Lead by an Executive Management Oversight Team (EMOT) with many years of direct workings with the FDIC, and previous employment by the SBA, Fannie Mae, FDIC, mortgage servicers/originators, and financial institutions of almost every size and shape.
East 57th Street Partners can help, not just with experienced and highly trained and credentialed subject matter experts, but also with the adaptation of best practice process and system efficiency, policies, procedures, and controls.