Kaulkin Ginsberg Facilitates Historic Acquisition of a New York Firm

GERMANTOWN, Md.Kaulkin Ginsberg is thrilled to announce the acquisition made by ABC-Amega, a global commercial receivables management firm headquartered in Buffalo, NY, of Long-Island area collection firm, SKO Brenner American. Kaulkin Ginsberg facilitated the transaction.

“This is not only a significant milestone for ABC-Amega, but it is also a homecoming, ”stated David Herer, Chief Executive Officer for ABC-Amega. “American in SKO Brenner American’s name references its roots as part of the American Bureau of Collections, which is the name that ABC-Amega was founded as in 1929,” added Herer.

American Bureau of Collections of Buffalo operated as a division of the American Bureau of Collections of New York until 1960, when Harvey L. Herer purchased the firm. Twenty years later, Stuart Brenner acquired the American Bureau of Collections of New York, renaming the firm to SKO Brenner American. Since then, and until now, the two firms have been operating independently.

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