About Me- Dave Winslow

I was the managing partner in, what was at the time, the largest single resolution in US history: The 8.5 billion-dollar Sunbelt Federal Savings FSB resolution in Dallas, Texas.  I served on the Sunbelt resolution’s three-person executive committee. Considered a model resolution, the FDIC has utilized many of the lessons learned during the RTC’s day to develop its current strategies.

While working with HUD (Department of Housing and Urban Development), my firm at the time, Winslow Taylor Marketing Communications, helped to redirect and refine a unique program. This program targeted those residential assets that posed the most risk for the Government and American taxpayers.

We conducted focus groups, met with area community leaders and redesigned the program to meet the needs of the communities, giving them a real sense of ownership in the process. The result: All assets were resolved within twelve months saving tens of millions of taxpayer dollars.

Now, I am an owner of the Winslow and Associates Financial Group, which will consult and advise both as a principle and advisor to the investment community. Come visit my website: http://www.winslowassociates.com

Thanks for reading my blog today and I hope you continue to read it so you can stay informed about financial news!

About winslowassociates

Winslow and Associates Financial Group is committed to helping your corporation, partnership, group, or organization succeed as you navigate through today's complex government banking and real estate markets. Learn more about Winslow and Associates by visiting us at http://winslowassociates.com/home.html
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