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In September 2013, JP Morgan Chase settled a year-long legal battle with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency when it agreed to a consent order addressing its debt collection practices. While the settlement itself is unique because Chase is so big, the language of the consent order stands to have a massive ripple effect throughout the debt collection industry. The consent order essentially creates a blueprint for dramatic oversight by banks over their collection agencies, lawyers and debt buyers.
Discover how the OCC’s actions against Chase could impact all players in accounts receivable management with this special To the Point: The Chase Consent Order. We’ve compiled the key points from our September 27, 2013 webinar with Maurice & Needleman P.C. to highlight how the Chase consent order applies to debt collectors, debt attorneys, debt buyers and more. If you are, or would ever want to be, a vendor for JP Morgan Chase, this is compliance information you need to know. Moreover, collection agencies and debt buyers - big and small - need to be prepared for the ripple effect this will cause when working with banks and other financial institutions.