Credit and Collection Consortium off to a great start
The first credit and collection consortium had a good start
last week, meeting the goals set forth by its organizers. Credit and Collection
News put together the consortium as a follow up to their annual conference held
Some of the topics discussed were: future technologies for the industry, legislative issues affecting the industry, and specific tools and services that can help move the industry to the next level. The Consortium’s initial attendees included credit grantors, collection agencies, collection attorneys and debt buyers. Some of the more notable attendees included, American Express, US Bank, Nissan Motor Credit, GE Money and Capital One.
“Our primary goal was achieved in this meeting,” said Steve Ruderman, President of Credit and Collection News. “We put together major players from each side of the financial industry to discuss the future of our industry and we had great input and lively discussions on each topic” When asked as a group if the consortium met its goals, most responded positively and said that it was a good start. Most attendees said they were looking forward to how the consortium could impact the industry in the future.
The next Consortium meeting will be in April at the Credit
and Collection News conference in
For more information on either the Consortium or the CCN show please contact Credit and Collection News @ 760-438-1741 or visit http://www.creditandcollectionnews.com .