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Member Alert: RMAI Seeks Comments on Proposed Changes to Certification Program

The Certification Council is proposing edits to the Receivables Management Certification Program (RMCP). The Council is required to perform a review of certification program standards at least annually to ensure the program reflects “evolving industry best practices, input from key stakeholders and communities of interest, areas of Council concern, and recent regulatory and statutory changes.”

The […]

2020-01-17T16:13:40+00:00January 17, 2020|Member Alerts|

Member Alert: RMAI Supports New York’s Efforts to License Debt Collectors

Earlier today, RMAI issued the following press release commenting on an initiative being lead by New York’s Governor to license debt collectors:

 

“Licensure is not only good for consumers, but it is also good for the receivables industry” said RMAI Executive Director Jan Stieger. “Licensure is highly consistent with the principles contained in RMAI’s Receivables Management […]

2020-01-17T12:03:41+00:00January 16, 2020|Member Alerts|

RMAI Supports New York’s Efforts to License Debt Collectors

January 17, 2020 (Sacramento, CA):  The Receivables Management Association International (RMAI) supports New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s initiative announced last week in his State of the State Address in which he calls for the licensure of debt collection businesses. RMAI has long been a proponent of state licensing.

 

“Licensure is not only good for consumers, but […]

2020-01-17T11:59:58+00:00January 16, 2020|News, Press Releases, Public News|

Member Alert: Virginia Debt Buyer Apportionment Law Impacts Multi-State Debt Buyers

Member Alert: Virginia Debt Buyer Apportionment Law Impacts Multi-State Debt Buyers

In 2018  the Virginia General Assembly enacted House Bill 798 (2018 Acts of Assembly, Chapter 807). This law requires multistate debt buyers to apportion their income to Virginia to determine the amount of tax they owe to the state (“Debt Buyer Apportionment”). Under Debt […]

2020-01-13T16:06:08+00:00January 13, 2020|Member Alerts|

Member Alert: 2020 RMAI Elections—Voting Begins Today & Official Notice of Annual Members Meeting

2020 RMAI Elections—Voting Begins Today!

Receivables Management Association International holds elections each year to approve a slate of officers, elect new Directors to open seats, and, if necessary, approve proposed amendments to RMAI Bylaws. In 2020, there is one open Director seat designated for candidates from Certified Debt Buying Company.

There are no proposed Bylaws amendments.

Voting Process
The ballot […]

2020-01-07T15:21:35+00:00January 7, 2020|Member Alerts|

RMAI Announces Economist Diego Zuluaga to Provide the Keynote Address at the RMAI Annual Conference and the Room Block Closes at Aria on Friday, January 10th

January 6, 2020 (Sacramento, CA) – 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 […]

2020-01-06T18:37:08+00:00January 6, 2020|News, Press Releases, Public News|

RMAI Comments on Proposed California Consumer Privacy Act Regulations

RMAI Comments on Proposed California Consumer Privacy Act Regulations

December 11, 2019 (Sacramento, CA) – The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) is the most anticipated privacy law of the decade. In an attempt to seemingly double down on the European Union’s 2016 General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the hastily drafted, hotly contested CCPA, is considered […]

2019-12-11T09:31:29+00:00December 11, 2019|News, Press Releases, Public News|

Member Alert: RMAI Comments On Proposed California Consumer Privacy Act Regulations

RMAI Comments on Proposed California Consumer Privacy Act Regulations

The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) is the most anticipated privacy law of the decade. In an attempt to seemingly double down on the European Union’s 2016 General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the hastily drafted, hotly contested CCPA, is considered one of the strictest privacy […]

2019-12-11T09:06:25+00:00December 11, 2019|Member Alerts|
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