SALT LAKE CITY – September 1, 2016 – Progrexion – a leading provider of credit report repair services for consumers in the Unites States – announced the recent appointment of James Potter as Chief Legal Officer (CLO). In this new role, he will oversee the efforts of the Progrexion legal and compliance teams.
The company’s growth has garnered it national accolades, employing nearly 2,500 people at nine locations in Utah, Idaho, Arizona, California, New York and Oklahoma – an impressive growth since its early beginnings in 2000 with approximately 50 employees.
“We are thrilled to have James Potter join the Progrexion executive team,” said Progrexion CEO Jeff Johnson. “James is a strong leader with an extensive background as a legal executive in tightly regulated industries. He is a great addition to our leadership team and his skills will be key to our continued success.”
Potter brings more than 30 years of experience to Progrexion with an impressive background in navigating complex national and international regulatory environments as well as managing legal and compliance departments in various industries. Prior to joining Progrexion, Potter served as Senior Vice President, Transformation Initiatives at Lineage Logistics, LLC; Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary at Del Monte Corporation; Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary at Provident Mutual Life Insurance Company; and Chief Legal Officer of The Prudential Insurance Company/ Prudential Banks.
“It is such a pleasure to join Progrexion during this time of phenomenal growth for the company,” said Potter. “Progrexion is an exceptional opportunity for me to engage the full range of my skills. It is a leading force in a very dynamic market space and I look forward to working with the strong leadership team.”
Potter, an Indiana native, holds a B. A. in Behavioral Science from the University of Chicago, and graduated from Harvard Law School in 1982.
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Progrexion is a leading provider of credit report repair services in the United States. Progrexion’s technology and services help consumers access and understand information contained in their credit reports, verify whether that information is fair, accurate and substantiated, and correct inaccuracies with individual creditors, other data furnishers and the national credit bureaus. Progrexion technology and services are used by CreditRepair.com, its wholly-owned subsidiary, and Lexington Law, an independently operated law firm. Progrexion has been named by Utah Business Magazine as one of Utah’s fastest growing companies, a Top Places to Work in Idaho, and a Best Company to Watch in Arizona. For more information about Progrexion, visit www.progrexion.com.