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Mr. James O. Myers CCCE

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Founding Principal and Chief Exec...

Local Address: DeBary, Florida, United States
MCoUSA International Inc
Executive Offices P0 Box 530515
Debary, Florida 32753
United States

Company Description: MCoUSA is a group of Community Bankers dedicated to providing essential consulting services and skill sets specifically to fellow Community Bankers. In January...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Co-Owner and President and Chief Operating Officer
    Profit Enhancement Program
  • Senior Vice President and Member Executive Committee
    International Banking Software

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    Professional and Charitable
  • Certified Lender
    FmHA-SBA

Education

  • Business- Journalism , Business Administration
    Emporia State University (KSTC)

Certifications

  • C.C.C.E.
    Council of Financial Executives

Biography

  • Jim Myers majored in Business Administration at Emporia State University with some graduate studies at the University of Kansas and the University of Oklahoma and has earned the professional accreditation of certified consumer credit executive.He beg...
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About Us - Helping Community Banks Remain Independent and Profitable!
www.mcousa.com, 23 Sept 2014 [cached]
James "Jim" Myers, Founder/CHM/CEO In January 1998, Jim Myers left a former bank consulting partnership to form his own company, MCoUSA (Pronounced "MaKuSa").
JAMES "JIM" ...
www.mcousa.com, 2 May 2012 [cached]
JAMES "JIM" MYERS FOUNDER/CHAIRMAN/CEO Jim@mcousa.com
Jim grew up in Kansas and Missouri. His father was a funeral director and his mother a college Latin professor and librarian. He majored in Business Administration at Emporia State University with some graduate-level studies at the University of Kansas and The University of Oklahoma; and earned the professional accreditation of certified consumer credit executive [C.C.C.E.].
He began his banking career with a Transamerica Corporation consumer finance subsidiary company in Kansas City. At the time, he was the youngest manager in the history of the company. Jim successfully managed branches in Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas, becoming an accomplished workout specialist and a member of the evaluation team on sales and acquisitions of loan portfolios. After six years with Transamerica, Jim managed one of the original Morris Plan Savings Banks in Oklahoma. Two years later, Jim was appointed the Regional Vice President for Kansas with Security Benefit Life's Banking Services Agency in St. Louis, MO. After three years, Jim accepted a role as a senior lender and the insurance office manager for a state-chartered community bank in rural Kansas. Ultimately, Jim became the majority stockholder of that bank, holding the positions of Chairman, President/CEO and Trust Officer. Jim was a very active local community banker for 12 years, taking up the fight to protect the "franchise" of community banking in Kansas and supporting positions in favor of community banks on legislation with elected officials; and testifying at the Capitol on occasion. During this time, Jim became a recognized regional SBA lender and certified lender for the Farmers Home Administration Business and Industry Program and served on the original State Board of the Small Business Development Centers in Kansas; served many times as a session leader at the annual Kansas Bankers Association Leadership program; and was a leader at the local and state level of the Bank Administration Institute.
After selling his interest in the bank, he moved to Florida where he and his wife owned a condo. Unexpectedly, an opportunity arose for Jim to lead a special projects task force relating to AS400 conversion problems with the Kirchman Corporation in Orlando. Jim was named a Senior Vice President of Kirchman as a product manager for small banks (under 1 billion in assets) and appointed to the Executive Committee of the company.
Among his many speaking engagements, in 1990, Jim gave the keynote address at the annual meeting of the National Bankers Association. He predicted that the Fed would be moving rapidly towards a paperless banking environment to include the electronic distribution of government payments, such as welfare payments, by the year 2000.
For the past 21 years, Jim has been a consultant at the CEO level to hundreds of community banks specializing in Operation Audits at the transaction level focusing on expense reduction, cost recovery analysis and new income generation. Jim also advises senior management and bank board of directors regarding Strategic Planning and Capital Deployment issues. Over the years, Jim has negotiated hundreds of contracts for clients and now has a separate process focusing on Contract Negotiation with emphasis on Contract and Vendor Management.
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Dr. Lora and Jim Myers met while Jim was performing a consulting engagement for a large, independent community bank in Santo Domingo in the eary 1990's.
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Dr. Lora was Vice President, Executive Officer and Special Consult to the owner and Chairman and was a member of the executive committee interacting with Jim.
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Shortly after Jim completed the project, Dr. Lora completed his assignment at the bank creating the opportunity for him to join MCoUSA as a principal in January 1998 becoming the Executive Vice President-Latin America.
Community Bank Consultants
www.mcousa.com, 5 Dec 2012 [cached]
MCoUSA's Founder, Owner & CEO is James "Jim" Myers. Born, raised and educated in mid-western USA, "America's Heartland", Jim's career path to successfully running a Community Bank included management level positions in Consumer Finance, Sales Finance, Retail Electronics, Automobile Retail & Wholesale, and Insurance Sales & Brokerage. Following 12 years as a Community Banker, Jim honed his expertise in community banking with data processing giant of the industry, The Kirchman Corporation, based in Florida, working Domestically and Globally with hundreds of banks under $10billion in assets as a consultant and adviser, a trouble shooter and problem solver.
Seven years prior to forming MCoUSA, Jim further refined his consulting skills by joining fellow alumni from the Kirchman Corporation offering operational efficiency reviews and feasibility studies to larger community banks and data processing service centers primarily in the Northeast United States. From this experience, Jim and a partner enhanced and expanded a profit review program for community banks as a service of several Bankers Banks; as well as marketing that and other services directly to Community Banks.
Jim started MCoUSA in January, 1998 as a successor to previous ownership interest in a prior consulting practice. Jim's background working in business, finance, retail, insurance, banking and data processing has continued to provide a unique perspective in understanding the operations and challenges faced by banks as well as having been in business for himself, he also understands the needs of the small businesses that banks so aptly serve.
Principals
mcousa.com, 5 Dec 2011 [cached]
Jim grew up in Kansas and Missouri. His father was a funeral director and his mother a college Latin professor and librarian.  He majored in Business Administration at Emporia State University with some graduate-level studies at the University of Kansas and The University of Oklahoma; and earned the professional accreditation of certified consumer credit executive [C.C.C.E.].
He began his banking career with a Transamerica Corporation consumer finance subsidiary company in Kansas City. At the time, he was the youngest manager in the history of the company. Jim successfully managed branches in Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas, becoming an accomplished workout specialist and a member of the evaluation team on sales and acquisitions of loan portfolios. After six years with Transamerica, Jim managed one of the original Morris Plan Savings Banks in Oklahoma. Two years later, Jim was appointed the Regional Vice President for Kansas with Security Benefit Life’s Banking Services Agency in St. Louis, MO. After three years, Jim accepted a role as a senior lender and the insurance office manager for a state-chartered community bank in rural Kansas. Ultimately, Jim became the majority stockholder of that bank, holding the positions of Chairman, President/CEO and Trust Officer. Jim was a very active local community banker for 12 years, taking up the fight to protect the “franchise†of community banking in Kansas and supporting positions in favor of community banks on legislation with elected officials; and testifying at the Capitol on occasion. During this time, Jim became a recognized regional SBA lender and certified lender for the Farmers Home Administration Business and Industry Program and served on the original State Board of the Small Business Development Centers in Kansas; served many times as a session leader at the annual Kansas Bankers Association Leadership program; and was a leader at the local and state level of the Bank Administration Institute.
After selling his interest in the bank, he moved to Florida where he and his wife owned a condo. Unexpectedly, an opportunity arose for Jim to lead a special projects task force relating to AS400 conversion problems with the Kirchman Corporation in Orlando. Jim was named a Senior Vice President of Kirchman as a product manager for small banks (under 1 billion in assets) and appointed to the Executive Committee of the company.
Among his many speaking engagements, in 1990, Jim gave the keynote address at the annual meeting of the National Bankers Association. He predicted that the Fed would be moving rapidly towards a paperless banking environment to include the electronic distribution of government payments, such as welfare payments, by the year 2000.
For the past 19 years, Jim has been a consultant at the CEO level to hundreds of community banks specializing in Operation Audits at the transaction level focusing on expense reduction, cost recovery analysis and new income generation. Jim also advises senior management and bank board of directors regarding Strategic Planning and Capital Deployment issues. Over the years, Jim has negotiated hundreds of contracts for clients and now has a separate process focusing on Contract Negotiation with emphasis on Contract and Vendor Management.
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Dr. Lora and Jim Myers met while Jim was performing a consulting engagement for a large, independent community bank in Santo Domingo in the eary 1990's. Dr. Lora was Vice President, Executive Officer and Special Consult to the owner and Chairman and was a member of the executive committee interacting with Jim.
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Dr. Lora and Jim Myers met while Jim was performing a consulting engagement for a large, independent community bank in Santo Domingo in the eary 1990's. Dr. Lora was Vice President, Executive Officer and Special Consult to the owner and Chairman and was a member of the executive committee interacting with Jim.
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Shortly after Jim completed the project, Dr. Lora completed his assignment at the bank creating the opportunity for him to join MCoUSA as a principal in January 1998 becoming the Executive Vice President-Latin America. Â
Jim is active in numerous ...
mcousa.com, 14 May 2010 [cached]
Jim is active in numerous professional, charitable and community organizations; has spoken at national banking meetings, seminars; and to regional banking groups in the United States and Internationally.
* MCoUSA is not a CPA Firm.
James "Jim" Myers, C.C.C.E Founding Principal
Chairman & CEO MCoUSA International, Inc. ®
Jim Myers majored in Business Administration at Emporia State University with some graduate studies at the University of Kansas and The University of Oklahoma and has earned the professional accreditation of certified consumer credit executive [C.C.C.E.].
He began his banking career with a consumer finance company in Kansas City. After assignments in Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas, Jim was subsequently hired as a lender for a community state-chartered bank in rural Kansas; and ultimately became the majority stockholder, holding the positions of Chairman, President & CEO.
After selling his interest in the bank, he moved to Florida to become a member of Senior Management and the Executive Committee of one of the largest international banking software developers.
Jim has been a consultant to community banks focusing on Expense Reduction and Costs Recovery Analysis, Strategic Planning, and Contract Negotiation; specializing in Technology including Data Processing, Backroom Processing, and Check Vendor Relationships for the past 18 years.
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Bob has worked with Jim since the formation of MCoUSA.
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