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Rozanne M. Andersen

Legal and Compliance Expert
Ontario Systems

ROZANNE M. ANDERSEN is widely recognized for her advocacy work on behalf of the collection, debt purchasing and financial services industries but equally acclaimed for her expertise in association law, corporate governance and general counsel services. She earned her J.D. from William Mitchell College of Law in 1983 and her B.S. from the University of Minnesota. She is a Certified Association Executive, a certification offered exclusively to qualified individuals tested by the American Society Association of Executives. Andersen was named by Minnesota Lawyer magazine as Attorney of the Year for 2004 for excellence in providing in-house legal services. In February 2007 and again in 2008, she was profiled as one of the "5 Women You Should Know" due her positive impact on the financial services industry. In 2009, she was honored once again by a leading industry trade organization as an “Industry Champion” for her “hard work to improve the intertwined worlds of collections, credit and debt buying. Andersen’s 14+ years experience as Executive Vice President, General Counsel and CEO of ACA International, along with her experience as the Director of Federal and State Government Affairs has established her as an expert within the credit, collection and debt purchasing industry. She is routinely quoted and featured by media organizations including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, CNN, ABC News, NBC News, Fox News Channel and others. Andersen is currently the VP of Compliance and Government Affairs for collection software provider Ontario Systems.

Recent Posts

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Reg E Authorizations Got You Down? Authorization Requirements for TEL Entry Transactions/ACH

One of the hot topics for the collection industry today is the new found awareness of the requirements the Electronic Funds Transfer Act and Reg E impose on one’s ability to accept and process single and recurring Automated Clearing House Network (ACH) payments or Telephone-Initiated Entries (TEL Entries).

So what exactly is the problem? This latest blog from Ontario System’s Rozanne Andersen walks you through it.