RMAI hosts two of the receivables management industry’s most respected and well-attended conferences each year: the Annual Conference and the Executive Summit. Both provide high-quality educational programs and exclusive networking opportunities. Attendees meet with industry leaders to strengthen connections and grow business, as well as earn education credits to thrive in an ever-changing environment, and to apply or renew their certification designation. RMAI also hosts Regional Events to present additional education and networking in innovative settings. RMAI events promote, support, and drive uniform industry standards based on ethics, best practices, and our Receivables Management Certification Program.

Upcoming Events

2022 Regional Event
September 26-27, 2022

Join us for this two day event in Washington D.C., focused on legislative advocacy and business networking.  The program will include education, networking and a Nationals baseball game. Contact Sylvia for sponsorship opportunities.

2023 Annual Conference
February 6-9, 2023

This conference brings together all the players in the industry—welcoming more than 1,100 attendees and showcasing over 90 exhibit booths—and provides abundant networking opportunities with key participants in the accounts receivables industry, including collection law firms, collection agencies, major creditors, and international members. It’s also the perfect setting to learn about the latest trends impacting the industry and to meet your certification requirements.  Held each year at the Aria in Las Vegas, registration opens October 1st. Contact Sylvia for sponsorship and exhibiting opportunities.

Past Events

2022 Executive Summit
August 2-4, 2022

Join other top managers and owners at this intimate executive retreat. Learn, network, and affect change as an industry leader while enjoying beautiful Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. Attendees are encouraged to bring their families to this unique, casual event. Contact Sylvia for sponsorship opportunities.

2022 Annual Conference
February 7–10, 2022

This conference brings together all the players in the industry—welcoming more than 1,100 attendees and showcasing over 90 exhibit booths—and provides abundant networking opportunities with key participants in the accounts receivables industry, including collection law firms, collection agencies, major creditors, and international members. It’s also the perfect setting to learn about the latest trends impacting the industry and to meet your certification requirements.  Held each year at the Aria in Las Vegas, registration opened October 1st.

2021 Regional Event
September 27-28, 2021

Two day event in Atlanta, focused on state legislative advocacy and business networking.  We will be offering a grassroots toolkit to provide members with practical advice, materials and guidance to assist with advocacy efforts on behalf of our industry.  We will couple this program with networking events including a golf event and an Atlanta Braves baseball game at Truist Stadium.  Kristy Schrimsher at kschrimsher@rmaintl.org for sponsorship opportunities.

Executive Summit 2021 in Stowe, VT

2021 Executive Summit
August 2-4, 2021

Join other top managers and owners at this intimate executive retreat. Learn, network, and affect change as an industry leader while enjoying the Lodge at Spruce Peak in scenic Stowe, Vermont. Attendees are encouraged to bring their families to this unique, casual event. Contact Sylvia for sponsorship opportunities.

2021 Annual Conference
April 12–15, 2021

This conference brings together all the players in the industry and provides abundant networking opportunities with key participants in the accounts receivables industry, including collection law firms, collection agencies, major creditors, and international members. It’s also the perfect setting to learn about the latest trends impacting the industry and to meet your certification requirements.  Held each year at the Aria in Las Vegas, we offered a special hybrid conference experience this year for those who preferred to attend virtually out of pandemic concerns.