Crown Asset Management, LLC (CAM), an Atlanta-based distressed consumer receivables debt purchasing firm, is looking forward to attending the RMAI 2021 Annual Conference at the Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, April 12-15, 2021. The conference has historically been, and continues to be, an apex event for the accounts receivables management industry.
This year’s conference will be a hybrid experience of virtual and in-person events to provide flexible attendance options. There will be in-person and live-streamed educational opportunities, along with traditional and virtual networking opportunities throughout the conference. Networking highlights for in-person attendees include golf, pedicures, and specialty coffee options throughout Monday. Taco Tuesday and the Cabana Crawl take the spotlight on Wednesday evening. Networking breakfast and lunch will also take place each day.
Crown values RMAI membership and is a strong supporter of RMAI’s advocacy efforts on behalf of the accounts receivables management industry. Brian Williams, founder and CEO of Crown Asset Management, has served as Georgia Co-Chair on the RMAI State Legislative Committee since 2015, and recently joined the RMAI Board of Directors in 2021. The Board of Directors’ plans for 2021 include continued advocacy at both state and federal levels. This is of particular significance in a year of governmental administrative changes, and the soon anticipated post-pandemic economy.
Crown Asset Management is an RMAI Certified Receivables Business and looks forward to the professional development events to be featured at this year’s conference. Scheduled speakers include a variety of well-known industry professionals, who will address topics including the new CFPB Regulation F and its effects on various aspects of the industry, security, and compliance issues surrounding new technologies and communications channels, credit reporting, litigation, lending, and more. The keynote address will be delivered by Tom Pahl, former Deputy Director of the CFPB.
“We’re looking forward to the opportunities to learn, discuss, and connect with fellow professionals. The current and upcoming developments affecting the industry call for thoughtful advance consideration. It’s important to support and learn from one another. Relationships are vital to what we do, making conference networking valuable. The conference always proves beneficial for exchanging thoughts, solutions, and ideas with colleagues,” shares Deb Tucker, Vice President of Audit and Compliance at Crown Asset Management. To connect with CAM before the conference, please contact us or connect with us on LinkedIn. For more information about the conference and to register for in-person or remote attendance, visit the RMAI 2021 Annual Conference website page. Registration will remain open leading up to and during the conference.
Founded in 1997 and headquartered in Sacramento, California, Receivables Management Association International (RMAI) is the nonprofit trade association that represents more than 550 companies that support the purchase, sale, and collection of performing and nonperforming receivables on the secondary market. RMAI member companies work in a variety of financial services fields, including debt buying, collection agencies, law firms, originating creditors, and industry-related product and service providers. RMAI provides its members with extensive networking, educational, and business development opportunities in asset classes that span numerous industries.
About Crown Asset Management
Founded in 2004, Crown Asset Management, LLC, is a professional receivables management firm that outsources purchased accounts to a nationwide, proprietary network of collection agencies and law firms. Utilizing a cutting-edge predictive analytical model during pre-purchase portfolio due diligence, our team focuses on achieving appropriate financial returns for investors while ensuring the best possible experience for consumers. We are an RMAI Certified Receivables Business and are headquartered in Duluth, GA.