I’m looking forward to creating dialogue about how the credit and collection industry and debt settlement industry can work together
Miami, FL (Vocus) March 1, 2010
The United States Organizations for Bankruptcy Alternatives (USOBA), a trade association dedicated to the advancement of consumer protection in the debt settlement industry, announced that its Executive Director will speak at the Annual National Collections and Credit Risk Conference in Miami, Florida. The conference, which brings together credit and collections professionals, will be held at the Intercontinental Miami from March 21 -23, 2010.
USOBA Executive Director Jenna Keehnen will participate in a panel titled, “Why You Can’t Afford to Ignore Debt Settlement,” discussing the current trends in the debt settlement industry and the interrelated relationship the debt settlement and collections industries share, and the benefits of working together.
The National Collections and Credit Risk Conference serves as a forum for discussing the industry’s key issues and provides interaction for lending and collection professionals. Conference attendees include bank presidents, CEOs, and senior level banking professionals responsible for collection agencies, loan servicers, collection law firms and other lines of businesses in the credit industry.
“I’m looking forward to creating dialogue about how the credit and collection industry and debt settlement industry can work together,” Keehnen said. “Especially in today’s economic environment, working together can have great benefits for both industries, and can streamline the collection and recovery process for hardworking families.”
Conference attendees can submit a question to the panel by simply clicking on the designated link at http://www.americanbanker.com/conferences/1_3/-1005091-1.html
The United States Organizations for Bankruptcy Alternatives (USOBA) is dedicated to providing its member companies with important, industry-related information, including compliance requirements, as well as advocating on behalf of its membership for fair and appropriate industry regulation that maintains the utmost in consumer protection. USOBA members are provided a USOBA State Law Summary guide, the only one of its kind in the industry, to better ensure and promote national compliance. This guide contains the laws and regulations, state by state, and has been reviewed by regulators and legislators. For further information, please visit http://www.usoba.org.