2020 RMAI Webinars

Members receive one (1) registration per company, per month at no cost.
***Additional attendees from the member company will pay the regular member rate.

Members receive unlimited registrations for recorded regular monthly webinars.

Please note: Introductory Survey Course on Receivables Management, Ethics as the Cornerstone of a Compliance Management System and/or any “non monthly” webinars may be charged at member pricing.

Updating Your Policies in COVID-19 

April 1, 2020 | 9:00am PT/12:00pm ET

30 Minutes (with 30 minutes of Q&A)| 1/2 Credit

This hard hitting webinar will cover effective application of your existing dispute, settlement, and other operational policies during this pandemic.  Join David Anthony of Troutman Sanders & Susan Appel of Unifund as they provide guidance for the industry.


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Navigating Small Business Loans During a Disaster

April 3, 2020 | 9:00am PT/12:00pm ET

30 Minutes (with 30 minutes of Q&A)| 1/2 Credit

This 30 minute fast paced webinar will cover a high level overview of insurance issues (like business disruption claims and coverage for your work from home employees) and small business funding relief and other options available to you during this pandemic.  Join Dara Tarkowski of Actuate Law and Ben Johnson of Cornerstone as they help us navigate these topics..

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Join CDIA for a Look into What’s Next in Credit Reporting Compliance

April 21, 2020 | 9:00am PT/12:00pm ET

1 hour | 1 credit

Sponsored By: NCB Management Services, Inc.

Across the consumer financial services industry, credit reporting risk and compliance remain a top concern as seen in a recent consent order issued by the CFPB against a federal savings association for failing to comply with the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and the Consumer Financial Protection Act (CFPA). Litigation and regulatory enforcement under the FCRA continues to increase and most industry watchers expect that trend to continue. FCRA violations alleged by regulators or asserted in private litigation can prove costly to furnishers and credit reporting agencies alike, and require advance planning and investment in effective compliance controls to reduce potential risk.

Discussion Topics Include:
• Tips for effectively managing and responding to identity theft claims, including opportunities to use automation to more efficiently identify and respond to consumer disputes
• Current approaches and recommended best practices recommendations for reporting debt sales and consumer bankruptcies
• A review of recent CDIA guidance on how to report bankruptcies and extinguished debts
• Adapting to potential impacts of the collection NPRM on furnishing activities within your organization
• The opportunities (and risks) posed by sharing credit-related information with others
• The potential for big data and artificial intelligence to impact and enhance adverse action notice compliance

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