The National Association of Retail Collection Attorneys is teaming up with insideARM.com to offer a new kind of interactive learning for the debt collection industry. ARM-U – a new two-day education and networking seminar in Washington, DC – will be a first-of-its-kind event that lets attendees participate in the educational sessions online. NARCA will sponsor the live simulcast of ARM-U.

This means that even if you can’t attend the live seminar in October, you can still purchase a discounted online pass for you and your entire office to take part in ARM-U panels and presentations.

There are multiple ways to enroll in ARM-U.

  • Gold Live: Two days of educational and networking events + Worksheets on compliance and operations topics + Transcripts and recordings from all panels and presentations
  • Live: Two days of educational and networking events + Worksheets on compliance and operations topics
  • Gold Online: Two days of live access to webcasts of panels and presentations + Worksheets on compliance and operations topics + Transcripts and recordings from all panels and presentations
  • Online: Two days of live access to webcasts of panels and presentations + Worksheets on compliance and operations topics

(Remember: You must attend the live event in Washington to get the full benefit of peer-to-peer breakout sessions and networking!)

ARM-U will feature educational presentations, panel discussions and networking opportunities with industry experts, peers and vendors. Because of the importance of their role cohesion, this exclusive event will bring together senior compliance and operations officers, collection attorneys and HR/training experts, and allow them to learn from each other, discuss pitfalls and identify areas of improvement. Also, because there will be no exhibit hall, ARM-U is a unique opportunity to have a conversation – not a sales pitch – with industry vendors about your compliance and operational needs. The goal of ARM-U is to start a real conversation and continuous learning about the big issues in the debt collection industry.



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