Burns-Fazzi, Brock acquires executive compensation solutions
Combination increases market footprint and operational efficiencies
Burns-Fazzi, Brock (BFB) announced today that Executive Compensation Solutions (ECS) and its clients are joining the BFB family.
“BFB and ECS are a perfect match in terms of culture and client focus, and this acquisition further solidifies BFB’s position as the pre-eminent provider of executive benefits and compensation consulting solutions to credit unions,” said David Frankil, BFB president. “Our expanded footprint and increased operational efficiencies will translate into unparalleled service for all of our clients, coast-to-coast. ECS clients will have access to BFB’s wide range of solutions, industry-leading client service, administration, and compliance monitoring.”
ECS clients will be served from BFB’s headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina, corporate offices in Ogden, Utah and Los Angeles, California, and field offices throughout the United States.
“BFB and ECS have always shared a strong commitment to providing excellent solutions and client service to credit unions,” said Alec Berkman, founder and CEO of ECS. He added, “BFB has a long history of building strong relationships, and I’m confident in their ability to continue the exemplary ECS tradition.”
About Burns-Fazzi, Brock and Associates
Burns-Fazzi, Brock and Associates is the pre-eminent provider of executive benefits and compensation consulting services to credit unions, dedicated to providing solutions for the retention, reward and recruitment of executive talent. BFB also provides top-quality client service through its proprietary administrative platform and thorough compliance assistance. Founded in 1995, BFB is headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, with corporate offices located in California and Utah. BFB is also the National Association of Federal Credit Unions Preferred Partner for Executive Benefits and Compensation Consulting Services. More information is available at www.BFBbenefit.com and www.nafcu.org/BFB.