Interest rates are low, the economy is growing, business is great and you want to make your first acquisition. Fortunately, financing options are available if you know how to take advantage of the resources available to you and you’re willing to jump through a few hoops.
In today’s ARM environment, compliance is the ultimate Trump card. Compliance will win over all other elements of the ARM industry. It is the differentiator. Companies with robust compliance programs will not only survive, they will succeed.
From a marketing standpoint, the Super Bowl is actually something us marketers can learn from. This year while you prepare to watch the big game, pay attention to these three takeaways.
Collections has undergone a change – even if most media representations still seem to suggest that debt collectors are out to intimidate and bully consumers.
West Corp.’s recent divestiture of its ARM business is the latest example of major changes taking place among the largest ARM firms in the United States.
New York’s Department of Financial Services published regulations on Dec. 3, 2014, which require debt collectors to make additional disclosures to consumers, among other things. Here is a comprehensive look at what the new rules cover from a veteran ARM attorney.
If one of your corporate New Year’s resolutions is to acquire a company in 2015, here are 5 important things to factor into your decision making process.
This past July, the collection agency I ran — Integrity Solution Services, Inc. (ISS) — was sold. The sale put me in a position where I had to make a decision about my future.
It’s been seven years since the start of the Great Recession, and the impact of this event has been dramatic, long-lasting and widespread. The economy has only recently shown evidence of returning to pre-downturn levels of performance.
More than ever, the need to incorporate Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) is imperative to creating an effective compliance system. Why? Because organizations cannot possibly address every new issue simultaneously without negatively impacting potentially more important matters