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National Tax Lien Association Announces 2014 President and Officers

National Tax Lien Association Announces 2014 President and Officers

MIAMI BEACH, FL. – February 26th, 2014 – The National Tax Lien Association (NTLA) – the nations only professional trade organization for the tax lien industry – celebrates its seventeenth year with another successful annual conference and announces its 2014 board of directors and officers.

The recent NTLA Annual Conference held in Miami Beach offered the opportunity to learn from industry experts working in the tax lien arena. It also allowed participants to network with tax lien peers, exhibitors and sponsors. The three-day conference covered the complete life-cycle of a tax lien which a professional deals with on a daily basis.

With decades of experience in the tax lien industry the board of directors is led by its newly elected President, Bruce Bronster, to reinforce the association’s commitment to upholding high standards of ethical conduct and maintaining a relevant education program for the NTLA membership. Bruce is a Partner at Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf, LLP. He leads the firm’s Tax Lien and Mortgage Foreclosure group, in addition to providing counsel on commercial disputes and general business matters.

“The conference turnout was spectacular.” said Brad Westover, Executive Director, National Tax Lien Association. “We are very excited to welcome a new board member, Albert Friedman, President of Alterna Capital Management, who brings an impressive amount of experience across a variety of fields to the National Tax Lien Association, and will drive optimal results and high industry standards.”

The 2014 board of directors also include Vice President, Trey Gulledge of Tax Ease, Treasurer, Gary Branse of The Kislak Organization, Secretary, James F. Truitt, Jr. of James F. Truitt Law Firm, General Counsel, Donald Dinan of Roetzel & Andres, Douglas Q. Gale of Terra Echelon, Philip Sivin of M.D. Sass Investor Services, Jim Meeks of MTAG Services, William Green of Crestar Capital, Adam Greenberg of Honig & Greenberg, Robert W. Keyser of Taylor & Keyser, Stephen F. Morison of Massachusetts Tax Assistance Company, and  Edward Marcus of The Marcus Law Firm.


Bringing together a wealth of experience, this board of directors is responsible for the management, support and direction of the National Tax Lien Association.

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About the National Tax Lien Association

The National Tax Lien Association (NTLA) was founded in 1997 as a nonprofit professional trade organization for the tax lien industry. It is dedicated to representing the interest of investors lenders, service providers, and government officials in regards to tax lien sales, as well as promoting the benefit of those sales as reliable income for municipal, county, and some state budgets. The NTLA also provides networking and training opportunities for those in the tax lien industry. The NTLA is organized by a 13-member Board of Directors, responsible for guidance and the overall planning and direction of our mission.


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