(Colleyville, TX) - "Dealership compliance officers are well represented on our Advisory Board," stated Robertson, "but we needed that essential representation on our Board of Directors, as well. Michael served on our recent CFPB RFI Task Force and brings extensive experience in dealership compliance to the Board."
Moore began his career in the automotive business in fixed operations in 1998. Since then, he has served as service manager, parts and service director, F&I manager, F&I director, sales manager, general sales manager and general manager. He currently oversees seven rooftops for the Krumland Auto Group in southeast New Mexico. Together with the general management team, he works as a partner to provide guidance and structure to their team of dealerships for the fixed and variable operations.
Moore's other areas of responsibility include human resource logistics, employee and management training, risk management, environmental health and safety regulation standards, state and federal compliance concerns, finance management growth and certification (AFIP). He works to create an overall Krumland Auto Group culture.
"I have a passion for structure, processes and people, which I credit to my time proudly serving in the United States Marine Corps," said Moore.
He was the elected class president for his NADA Dealer Academy class in 2016 and earned his Dealership Compliance Officer Certification in March 2019 at ADCO's inaugural training and certification session.
Contact: Linda Robertson, Association of Dealership Compliance Officers
Phone: 682.325.4381, Ext. 350
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