Thomson Financial Media’s card, insurance, and collection publications division, announced Wednesday that Bob Jenisch has been named publisher of card publications.
In his new role, Jenisch will be responsible for TFM’s entire family of credit card-related print publications and online services. Print products within the group include Card Management (formerly Credit Card Management), Card Marketing, Card Technology, Credit Card News, CardLine, Card Industry Directory.
Jenisch, who brings more than 20 years of magazine experience to the position, proved his value to the organization as vice president and group advertising director. In that capacity, he increased sales by more than 500% in six years.
TFN also announced that David E. Whiteside will become publisher of the company’s collections publications.
As publisher and editor, Whiteside has been responsible for setting editorial policy and supervising the content of TFM’s credit collections group, which is composed of 13 products including the flagship Collections & Credit Risk magazine.
In his expanded role, the 27-year veteran of business publishing will take on profit and loss responsibility for the collections group of products, including directing advertising sales and circulation.
Thomson Financial Media (TFM), a division of Thomson Financial, is a major magazine publisher and developer of software tools for professionals in financial services and those that serve the industry. Its flagship publications and online services include: American Banker, National Mortgage News, U.S. Banker, Bank Technology News, Collections & Credit Risk, Financial Service Online, The Credit Union Journal, Insurance Networking, Insurance Analyst, Credit Card Management, Electronic Commerce World, DM Review, Pratt’s Letter, Thomson Bank Directory BankWatch Sheshunoff BankSource, Sheshunoff BankSearch, and TheBankingChannel.com.
Thomson Financial is a US$1.44 billion provider of e-information services and integrated work solutions to the worldwide financial community. Through the widest range of products and services in the industry, Thomson Financial helps clients in more than 70 countries make better decisions, be more productive and achieve superior results. Thomson Financial is part of The Thomson Corporation, a leading e-information and solutions business with annual revenues of more than US$5.8 billion.Details