The ARM industry is used to bad news and negative media attention. But this week, there were a couple articles run in prominent media that cast the industry in a positive light. The first was a nice local profile of a collection agency and the second featured a defense of private collectors on the Department of Education’s student loan collection contract.
What qualities do effective commercial collectors have in common…is it personality, skills, education or something else? The International Association of Commercial Collectors (IACC) asked this question in its Pulse of the Profession Survey, which was conducted during the first quarter of 2015.
The International Association of Commercial Collectors, Inc. (IACC) is pleased to announce Jessica Hartmann as its new executive director, effective immediately.
Caine & Weiner is celebrating a major milestone of serving customers in the credit and collections industry. Founded in 1930 by Sidney Caine and Charles Weiner, the company has reached its 85th anniversary and is led by Greg Cohen, President and CEO.
Altus Global Trade Solutions (Altus GTS), a full service accounts receivable management agency, has launched its new Trade Data Reporting service. Clients can now report their customers’ payment activity to the three major commercial credit bureaus, Dun & Bradstreet, Experian and Equifax, through Altus’ easy-to-use online portal. This valuable service is offered at no charge to Altus clients.
Chris Mathews has been appointed by Greg A. Cohen, Caine & Weiner’s, President and CEO, effective March 2, to be the company’s Chief Financial Officer, reporting directly to Greg Cohen.
ABC-Amega, a global commercial receivable management firm, recently made strategic changes to their credit services division naming a new Divisional Vice President of Credit Services and a Divisional Vice President of Member Services.
The International Association of Commercial Collectors (IACC) recently elected its board of directors for the 2015 year during the association’s 44th Annual Convention in Miami Beach, Fla.
The International Association of Commercial Collectors (IACC) has launched a series of communication initiatives aimed at helping its members market themselves while also raising awareness that IACC membership denotes adherence to high ethical and professional standards.
ABC-Amega, a global commercial receivable management firm, is proud to announce that Robert (Bob) Tharnish, Senior Vice President of Quality Assurance & Attorney Network Services has been appointed to the International Association of Commercial Collectors’ (IACC) Board of Directors at their 44th Annual Convention in Miami in January, 2015.