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CSI Taps Keith Monson as New Vice President of Application Compliance

PADUCAH, Ky., Feb. 13, 2014 - Computer Services, Inc. (CSI) (OTCQX: CSVI), a provider of end-to-end technology solutions that empower financial institutions to remain competitive, compliant and profitable, has named Keith Monson as its vice president of application compliance.

            In this role, Monson will focus on CSI’s compliance initiatives to establish and build-out an enterprise-wide compliance framework for risk assessment and reporting, issue management and other key components of CSI’s corporate compliance program. In addition, he will work closely with CSI’s Board of Directors Audit Committee and other compliance teams across the organization to promote a culture of engagement and connectivity as well as to implement and advise on practices and related standards.

            “As compliance continues to serve as a key driver of influence across all organizations, we hold ourselves to an extremely high standard of business excellence to ensure we remain a trusted partner and industry expert in the eyes of our customers,” said Stan Eckenberg, president and chief operating officer of CSI. “With his decades of compliance experience in the financial industry, Keith brings added dimension to the CSI team, and he will play a defining role in allowing us to both maintain this standard of excellence and further improve as an organization.”

A 20-plus year veteran of the financial industry, Monson has a wide range of experience in the compliance arena, having assisted small and large financial institutions with compliance management as a former compliance consultant. Based on his experience, he will assist with the design and continued enhancement of core compliance practices that are sustainable, drive consistency of leading-edge practices, consider regulatory changes and provide flexibility to execute across all business operations.

            Monson holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance from Truman State University.


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