Company: Cristina’s Credit Sense
Location: Denver, CO, United States
DENVER, CO, July 23, 2013, Cristina M. Yasakci, Senior Credit Analyst for Cristina’s Credit Sense, has been recognized by Elite American Business Owners for dedication, achievements, and leadership in consumer lending and collections.
For the past two decades, Ms. Yasakci has been building on a blossoming skill set, which currently enables her to run a financial services organization that offers credit and collection books, articles and seminars. She is responsible for reviewing all files and deciding which products to offer her clients, all of whom she holds near and dear, and works with on an individual basis in order to ensure that they receive the top-quality credit and financial solutions that she feels they deserve.
Ms. Yasakci has garnered a reputation of distinction among her professional peers and clients for her detail-oriented nature and exceptional problem solving skills, and she continues to strive for excellence in her every endeavor. She became involved in her profession because she enjoyed the lending aspect of her job with Equifax and decided to leave and start her own company. She feels that her amazing ability to communicate with all people on different levels and different cultures has played a key role in the growth of her company, and in her professional growth, as well. Ms. Yasakci was recently named a VIP Member of Worldwide Who’s Who for Excellence in Credit Underwriting.
Ms. Yasakci remains abreast of developments in her field as a member of the Credit Institute. She is also a member of the Credit Association. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Office and Administrative Studies from Ryerson University, and a Bachelor of Commerce in Business Administration from Northland University, as well. She supports a myriad of worthy causes, such as the Colorado Association for the Gifted and Talented. In her spare time, she takes pleasure in listening to classical music, traveling, and learning about the latest trends in fashion.
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