Investment Retrievers to Attend 2018 RMA Annual Convention

By - Tom
Tue, January 23, 2018 07:50 AM
Investment Retrievers is excited to be attending the 2018 annual conference for Receivables Management Association (RMA). This annual event is considered the most important few days for the year for many members, representing an opportunity for the industry to gather together for education, networking and deal-making. Starting in 1997 this year represents the 21st annual conference, and the first full conference since rebranding from DBA International in early 2017.

“The annual Receivables Management Association conference is the perfect occasion to meet with clients, partners and service providers while networking and finding new opportunities” said Chief Acquisition Officer, Adam Parks who also serves on the board of directors for RMA. “I have been coming to this conference for more than 10 years and it has become the foundation for the business we will conduct for the year.”

RMA’s annual conference brings together key industry participants into one location. Held at the Aria Hotel in Las Vegas, NV this gathering of professionals offers important education sessions needed to maintain RMA certification.

“This is my first year attending the RMA conference with Investment Retrievers. With our team member Adam Parks being selected by his peers to become Secretary of the RMA, I felt it was important to show my support in person” said Chief Executive Officer James Kiley. “Coming to this year’s conference lets me take the opportunity to complete certification education credits while networking with other receivables management executives from around the country.”

About Receivables Management Association

Receivables Management Association International (RMA) is the nonprofit trade association that represents more than 575 companies that support the purchase of performing and nonperforming receivables on the secondary market. Founded in 1997 as Debt Buyers Association, Receivables Management Association is headquartered in Sacramento, California.