Fine Collections Management

[vc_row row_type=”row” use_row_as_full_screen_section=”no” type=”full_width” angled_section=”no” text_align=”left” background_image_as_pattern=”without_pattern” css_animation=””][vc_column][qode_vertical_split_slider][qode_vertical_left_sliding_panel][qode_vertical_slide_content_item background_image=”15917″ aligment=”center”][/qode_vertical_slide_content_item][qode_vertical_slide_content_item item_padding=”10%” aligment=”left”][vc_column_text]The high flying CEO, who became infamous for hosting lavish parties with Tyco money, attempted to avoid culpability by placing the blame squarely on the small firm. The principals at Resilience Communications helped the employees at the art management company define their narrative, avoid unfair scrutiny and effectively place the attention on Mr. Kozlowski.[/vc_column_text][/qode_vertical_slide_content_item][/qode_vertical_left_sliding_panel][qode_vertical_right_sliding_panel][qode_vertical_slide_content_item item_padding=”10%” aligment=”left”][vc_separator type=”small” position=”left”][vc_column_text]

Fine Collections Management

Dennis Kozlowski was the Chief Executive Officer of Tyco International. His misuse of shareholder money and excessive salary ultimately lead to his indictment and conviction in New York Superior Court. Prior to his conviction, Kozlowski hired a small boutique art management company. Kozlowski ordered the art company to send millions in fine art work to his New York apartment, but invoices and empty boxes to his home in New Hampshire.[/vc_column_text][/qode_vertical_slide_content_item][qode_vertical_slide_content_item background_image=”15916″ aligment=”center”][/qode_vertical_slide_content_item][/qode_vertical_right_sliding_panel][/qode_vertical_split_slider][/vc_column][/vc_row]