RMAI represents the receivables management industry and provides networking, education and business development opportunities. RMAI maintains a highly effective state and federal advocacy program. The RMAI Receivables Management Certification Program and Code of Ethics promote uniform industry standards and best practices that exceed those required by law.
RMAI represents benefits and opportunities like no other professional group. RMAI opens doors. Members are friendly and quick to introduce each other to help everyone’s network grow. There is a strong member-to-member commitment to helping each other develop and grow professionally. This is true while attending RMAI events, serving on RMAI committees and interacting outside the organization where RMAI members look out for and help each other. We use the readily accessible Member Directory for reaching out to each other and building our networks.
Each year RMAI holds an Annual Conference and an Executive Summit which are great social networking opportunities and a lot of fun, but the educational opportunities should not be understated. For attorneys, these RMAI events will likely satisfy state bar CLE requirements. For others, these events satisfy many of the education requirements to earn and renew certification. Complimentary webinars (free to RMAI members and their employees) further supplement what we need to know to stay informed and compliant. Regional events supplement what RMAI has to offer. When we gather with other RMAI members, we will leave refreshed, informed, current, and with new and renewed contacts and new opportunities.
As the leader in the receivables management industry, RMAI offers the Receivables Management Certification Program. Those who become certified as professionals and businesses demonstrate their commitment to excellence and compliance. In short, certification opens doors. The program promotes compliance and attracts those in the industry seeking quality partners who want to grow. For example, clients interested in onboarding a certified law firm or collection agency know right off the bat that the firm has what it takes to meet the latest compliance requirements.
RMAI conducts robust advocacy efforts on the legislative and regulatory fronts. RMAI is very active with boots on the ground in the at the federal level and state legislatures and the halls of government where decisions are made that affect our livelihood. Not only does RMAI keep us informed and use our voice when needed, but RMAI is not afraid to enter the debate to make our voices heard and listened to. We have the peace of mind knowing that RMAI is looking out for our interests and partnering with a team of advocates, lobbyists and in-house counsel doing their best to protect what is vital to us.
Sense of Community
RMAI keeps us informed, advocates for us, and looks out for our interests. Members reach out to other members and are genuinely interested in each other’s progress and well-being. Members who participate in committees get together for Zoom meetings on a regular basis. All members can network with each other online and at various in-person events throughout the year. Through the Member Directory search, members can find other members by name, location and business type to form and build connections. We get a ton of value out of our membership by really communicating with the industry.
Whether an award, acquisition, new hire, executive change, community involvement, or general announcement, we want to share news from RMAI members! Email news and press releases to our Communications & Administrative Coordinator at email@example.com.
What are the options for advertising with RMAI?Aurora Sain2023-12-13T12:46:56-08:00
Showcase your company, product, or service through RMAI’s quality communications. Advertising in RMAI’s media channels—website, social media, eblast, blog, RMAI Insights and RMAI Digital Dispatch annual publications, RMAI Update monthly e-newsletter, or Annual Conference program books—gives you broad access to RMAI members, creating brand awareness and new business opportunities. The best strategy to reach buyers and potential business partners in the receivables management industry is an integrated advertising program that combines the best of print, online, and event communications. RMAI offers complimentary advertising proposals; just let us know your budget and goals. For more information, click here.
Why Become a Member of RMAI?Adam Parks2023-05-09T08:39:24-07:00
Why join? Here’s what current members have to say:
“The fact that RMAI comprises debt buyers, brokers, sellers, vendors, agencies, law firms, and service providers really makes for a comprehensive, productive marketplace.”
– Todd Lansky, CRCP, Resurgence Capital, LLC
“Networking opportunities have allowed me to expand my business and, more importantly, develop bonds that transcend a mere business relationship.”
– Steven Cohen, CRCP, Law Offices of Steven Cohen
“Membership in RMAI allows us to actively participate with lawmakers around the country to get our points of view heard.”
– Marian Sangalang, CRCP, The Bureaus, Inc.
“It is imperative that we join an organization that advocates for the companies in this industry to do business in a compliant manner. I want to be a part of an organization that keeps a pulse on all regulatory matters, holds us to the highest compliance standards, and puts our donations to work in a legislative advocacy fund. You should want to be part of that organization too.”
– Jeremiah Wheeler, Digital Recognition Network
What are the benefits of RMAI?Aurora Sain2023-11-13T13:58:18-08:00
Membership with RMAI is by company, includes one primary contact, and runs on a traditional calendar year (January 1 to December 31). Annual dues are $1145. For Certified Receivables Businesses and Certified Receivables Vendors, annual dues are $895.For international debt buyers, annual dues are $475. Prorated dues are available for applications submitted in Q2 (April, May, and June) and Q3 (July, August, and September) and will be billed the full dues amount the following year. Full payment of membership dues and a $275 one-time application fee is due at the time of application and required before application review. Membership dues and application fee are waived for Originating Creditor members.
How do I find out which companies are RMAI members?Aurora Sain2023-11-13T14:10:00-08:00