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Accounts Receivable Management

Within a credit granting business, accounts receivable management (ARM) refers to policies and procedures for a company’s disposition of accounts receivable — or money owed on credit accounts — including measurements, aging, charge-offs, debt collection, and debt sales. ARM divisions increase the revenue of its parent company even though they are typically quite capital-intensive with state-of-the-art systems and extensive frontline staffing.

Accounts receivable management (ARM) can also refer to the industry that aids credit grantors in recovering debt before or after charge-off. This can include first and third party debt collection agencies, collection law firms, and debt buyers.

Internal Audit

Free Webinar Looks at Best Practices in Internal Audits

Under CFPB supervision and oversight, collection agencies are now mandated to conduct internal audits of policies and procedures to ensure regulatory compliance. But internal audits aren’t just about an agency’s internal workings: you’d better be prepared to answer for all of your business associates and vendors while you’re at it. Without the right process in […]

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Sneak Peak: What You’ll Learn at the Upcoming Free Compliance Management System Webinar

DATE: 18 September 2014 TIME: 2.00 p.m. – 3.15 p.m. Eastern REGISTRATION LINK: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/378405025 Ontario Systems is hosting a free whitepaper that gives agencies a leg up when it comes to the ins and outs of a world class compliance management system. One doesn’t need an unlimited budget in order to be ahead of the game. […]

Old Books

The CFPB Has a Back-to-School Reading List for You

LAS VEGAS — During the panel discussion on Impacts of Regulations, Greg Nodler, an enforcement attorney for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, suggested that those in the debt industry should spend some time making themselves acquainted with three CFPB Bulletins: CFPB Bulletin 2013-08 (Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and the Dodd-Frank Act) Date: July 10, […]

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Regulators Urge Caution and Full Disclosure on Time-Barred Debt Collection

At a collection conference in Las Vegas, regulators shared some insight into how they view out-of-statute debt. They called for fuller disclosures to consumers, both on legal action (agencies can’t take any) and responsibility to pay (the consumer, in an out-of-stat-debt situation, has none). Will the insight make it into the Policies and Procedures of collection agencies, though?