Recently, Computer Services, Inc., promoted its Chief Development Officer Paul Koziarz to president and general manager of its Regulatory Compliance Division.
Koziarz holds more than 25 years of experience in the financial industry. In his new role, he will be responsible for designing and executing key business strategies aimed at offering robust compliance solutions to financial institutions and businesses nationwide.
With his vast experience, he will also lead initiatives to broaden the reach of CSI (News - Alert)'s regulatory compliance solutions into new industry verticals.
CSI's Regulatory Compliance Division offers organizations with software solutions and consulting services focused on risk management, OFAC watch list screening and fraud prevention.
In a press statement, Steve Powless, chief executive officer of CSI, said: "Paul's exemplary leadership and strategic thinking have positively affected CSI's overall business and that of the customers we serve. With the addition of Paul's talents to our regulatory compliance division, we fully anticipate delivering the most comprehensive compliance solutions in the financial industry, and reaching the same level of success as we enter into new markets."
Academically, Koziarz holds a Bachelor of Science degree in finance and an MBA from Southern Illinois University. Officials said that as CSI’s chief development officer, Koziarz created business development and process improvement opportunities.
Prior to joining CSI, Koziarz served as president of Chicago-based Financial Technology, Inc. He has also worked as vice president with HNC Software, Inc., where he focused on growing the community bank business segment for the company's profitability and analytics solutions.
Computer Services, Inc. is a provider of end-to-end technology solutions that empower financial institutions to remain competitive, compliant and profitable. Exceptional service, dynamic solutions and superior results are the basis of CSI's reputation.
Edited by Ryan Sartor