TNB Card Services buys the $1.3 million receivables portfolio from a city employees’ credit union.
Curt Queyrouze joins the New Orleans-based online marketplace for accounts receivable trading.
System integration partnership highlights Austin Logistics? expanding presence in China
The Kansas city will begin using the collection services of the Texas firm on a contract that runs for 3 years.
A new online bill pay service helps Tenet Healthcare better manager self-pay receivables.
The bankrupt California city asked a judge to set a deadline for creditors to raise objections to its case.
Large regional bank KeyCorp doubled its anticipated charge off rate this year to as high as 1.3 percent.
Many financial institutions have considered telecommuting for employees in the event of a disaster. A new report suggests telecommuting may be smart anytime for card issuer collection departments.
An index of economic factors impacting the debt buying and collection industry fell in the first quarter, showing weakness in the collections and recovery environment.
The Dallas law firm named Wallace a partner focusing on corporate transactions and commercial litigation.