SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- The 2020 Annual Conference Keynote speaker will be Diego Zuluaga. Diego will speak at the Annual Conference on financial regulation and the importance of fostering innovation and entry into lending markets so that consumers can get the products they want on the most competitive terms. His presentation will argue, using data since the financial crisis, why this approach is best to ensure consumer well-being and inclusion, especially for those who have historically had limited options. 


Diego a policy analyst at the Cato Institute’s Center for Monetary and Financial Alternatives. He also co-directs the CMFA's Initiative on Financial Inclusion. Zuluaga has previously testified on the impact of interest-rate caps on lending before the House Subcommittee on Consumer Protection and Financial Institutions. Before joining Cato, Zuluaga was Head of Financial Services and Tech Policy at the Institute of Economic Affairs in London. His work has been featured in print and broadcast media, such as Politico, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, American Banker, and the London Times. Zuluaga is a prolific public speaker as well as a former lecturer in economics at the University of Buckingham. 

The room block for the Receivables Management Association International (RMAI) Annual Conference, at the Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, will close on January 10th. We recommend reserving your room now. The room block sold out last year, and you won't want to miss this opportunity. You may continue to book rooms at the Aria after the room block closes, but we cannot guarantee group rate or availability. Group rates include WiFi access during the entire conference and a reduced resort fee. Book online, or call (702) 590-7757 and identify your group as RMAI. 

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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. 

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