End-to-End Mortgage Services

End-to-End Mortgage Support Services

Are you looking to increase productivity and improve bottom-line profitability?  Vesteras business partner, Centelon, is an experienced multi-national company that offers a wide range of back-office mortgage support services to help your company keep up with today’s challenging demands. Our services include: • Mortgage Lead Generation • Loan Processing Support • Data Management • Borrower

Know Your Customer (KYC) Services

Know Your Customer (KYC) Services and Mitigating Potential Risks

Know Your Customer (KYC) and Due Diligence Requirements For financial institutions, KYC regulations require reasonable due diligence to collect and retain essential data on their clients in order to open and maintain accounts. It’s a key aspect to being in compliance with US and foreign government anti-money laundering (AML) requirements. The main components of KYC

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Are Your Presentations Exciting and Memorable – or Dull and Forgettable?

Sales Presentations with Attitude   We’ve all been there. Sitting through a sales pitch with 40 slides of mostly boring text about what a great company or product the vendor is pitching. How long is your attention span? Now let’s reverse roles and imagine it’s your customer or prospect being presented to by one of your

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Consulting Services for Focused Entrepreneurs

Vesteras Announces Partnership with Schmidt Business Consultants, LLC Marketing and Business Development Organization Partners with Financial Consulting Firm CLEVELAND, OH (January 21, 2021) — Vesteras LLC, a marketing and business development firm located in the Cleveland area, announced today that it has partnered with Schmidt Business Consultants, LLC. Schmidt Business Consultants (SBC), also located in

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Outsourced Business Services and Planning for Post-COVID Growth

Since the COVID-19 virus hit us in early 2020, many companies downsized personnel and entire departments that weren’t considered essential for their short-term needs. Keeping the business solvent meant deep cuts in staff that resulted in the loss of valuable, experienced resources that most likely won’t return. At least not to their former employers. Market