GERMANTOWN, Md. -- Last year presented significant challenges to the accounts receivable management (ARM) industry and the beginning of 2019 proved to be no different. However, there are strong indications that things are resurging in this industry from a multitude of angles, such as credit grantor market sector growth, increased compliance optimism, and rebounded consumer sentiment.

“The first half of 2019 saw the long-awaited release of the CFPB’s noticed of proposed rulemaking,” stated Mike Ginsberg, president & CEO of Kaulkin Ginsberg Company. “We also saw continued postponements by the Department of Education’s proposed NextGen program, steady economic growth, continued trade wars, and Congressional division, all of which contributed to the ARM industry.”

Join Mike Ginsberg and Jared Lese, Director of Research at Kaulkin Ginsberg, on July 30 at 1:00 PM EST for a live webinar as they discuss the present state of affairs in the ARM industry and what to expect through the second half of 2019 and into the 2020 election year. Mike and Jared will highlight key market sector developments, review major regulatory and compliance matters, analyze recent economic trends, and discuss what to expect in the foreseeable future.   


Registration is free, so please invite your staff and colleagues. The webinar will last one hour, inclusive of time reserved for Q&A at the end. Can’t join live? Register anyway to receive a copy of the recording to share with your team.

About Kaulkin Ginsberg Company

Since 1991, Kaulkin Ginsberg Company has provided critical strategic advice to ARM and closely related outsourced business service companies. Our client-centric approach covers almost every stage of a company’s life cycle and enables us to maintain longstanding relationships as trusted advisors. We provide mergers and acquisition advisory, strategic consulting, valuation and financial solutions, market intelligence and analysis, as well as litigation support and expert witness.

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