GERMANTOWN, Md. -- Following the volatile 2018, this year may arguably be one of the most impactful in recent memory as it relates to the accounts receivable management (ARM) industry. Last year saw no conclusion to the Department of Education debt collection award procurement debacle, economic volatility, a continued rebound in amassing credit card debt, increased labor costs, changes to the CFPB, and the newly divided congress, among many other things.
“2018 left a lot of things up in the air as it relates to the ARM industry. Most recently, we may start to see the impact of the government shut down that started in 2018,” stated Mike Ginsberg, president & CEO of Kaulkin Ginsberg Company. “Although President Trump stated the start of tax season will not be impacted, executives should still be cautious going in.”
What else should we be on the lookout for in 2019? Join Mike Ginsberg on Thursday, January 31, at 1 PM EST as he discusses the present state of affairs in the ARM industry and the impact these and other significant changes and events will have on service providers, tech companies, debt buyers, and credit grantors. Mike will analyze recent economic trends, highlight key market segments, review major 2018 regulatory and compliance matters, and examine the current political climate.
Registration is free, so please invite your staff and colleagues. We’ll also have time reserved for Q&A so we can address your particular concerns.
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