SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Registration is already open for the Receivables Management Association International (RMAI) Annual Conference, occurring February 3–6, 2020. The conference brings together key participants in the receivables management industry, including debt buying companies, collection agencies, collection law firms, brokers, originating creditors, and affiliates. Companies and individuals who take advantage of early bird pricing can save hundreds of dollars on registration costs; the early bird deadline is December 6th. Anyone interested can register at https://rmaintl.org/AC2020.
This conference is the premier event for the Receivables Management Industry—welcoming over 1,200 attendees and showcasing over 80 exhibit booths—and provides abundant networking opportunities with key participants, including debt buying companies, collection law firms, collection agencies, brokers, major creditors, and international members. With over 20 education sessions, it’s also the perfect setting to learn about the latest trends impacting the industry and earn certification and CLE credits.
“We’re looking forward to another exciting Annual Conference in 2020,” said Jan Stieger, Executive Director of RMAI. “This will be our 23rd Annual Conference, and we continue to grow and expand the opportunities available, and the value we provide to attendees.”
RMAI has increased networking opportunities for conference attendees this year. The conference will kick-off with a day of golf at Bear’s Best Las Vegas on February 3rd, new in 2020. RMAI has also added a networking session specifically for Originating Creditors. Favorite sessions from past years will return, including Solutions for a Winning Streak session, where conference attendees can get a quick pitch on services that can help their business; the Women in the Industry reception, following its popularity when launched in 2019; and Suite Crawl, the networking event of the year, a traveling party in the luxury Ara Sky Suites.
About Receivables Management Association International
Receivables Management Association International (RMAI) is a nonprofit trade association that represents more than 500 companies that purchase or support the purchase of performing and nonperforming receivables on the secondary market. The Receivables Management Certification Program and Code of Ethics set the global standard within the receivables industry due to its rigorous uniform industry standards of best practice which focuses on the protection of the consumer.
More information about RMAI is available at www.rmaintl.org.