The Mid-Atlantic Collectors Association (MACA), a unit of ACA International, is a professional association working to provide information, services, and education for the profitability of our members.

Spring Fling to feature two, half-day workshops

May 5-6, Harrisburg Hershey Holiday Inn


Rozanne Andersen, Chief (Compliance Officer, Ontario Systems, LLC), and Harry Strausser, past ACA President (Remit Corporation), will lead separate, half-day sessions during MACA's May 5-6 Spring Fling at the Harrisburg Hershey Holiday Inn, Grantville.  Both sessions are specifically developed for trainers, supervisors, middle and senior level personnel, and owners.  Attendees are also invited to Monday's Vendor-Sponsored Cocktail Reception where you'll have an opportunity to talk with vendors and suppliers in an informal, no-pressure, friendly environment.

Monday, May 5
Strausser's Collection Management: Surviving the Storm scheduled for Monday afternoon, May 5 will explore the impact of recent legal, legislative, and regulatory threats and their impact on daily operation of a collection agency and/or collection department. Topics include recruiting and retention of staff; training; forming a productive atmosphere; combating predatory law firms; CFPB readiness; and handling stress as a manager.


Tuesday, May 6

Andersen will lead the Becoming CFPB Ready in 150 Minutes that will focus on separating fact from fiction; provide updates on rulemaking; and includes confidential, hands-on self examination exercises.  Each participant will leave the session with an action plan to move their agency forward on the CFPB Readiness path.


The Annual Membership Meeting and Board elections will close the event on Tuesday, May 6 at 11:30.

Hollywood Casino and Racetrack is just four minutes from Holiday Inn Harrisburg Hershey.

We hope you'll join us May 5-6 for these two dynamic sessions. For more information including online enrollment, click HERE.
 

Upcoming events

05 May 2014 1:00 PM • Holiday Inn Harrisburg Hershey (Grantville), Exit 80 of I81 604 Station Road, Grantville, PA



2014 EXPO is scheduled for October 5-7, and will be held at Revel on the Boardwalk in Atlantic City, NJ.  For more information, visit the New York State Collectors web site by clicking HERE.



Maryland moving collection agency licensing to NMLS system

Posted 1 November: The  Maryland Collection Agency Licensing Board and DLLR's Commissioner of Financial Regulation (Agency) has announced that the Agency is preparing to shift the Collection Agency licensing process to a nationwide licensing system known as NMLS.

NMLS already handles Maryland's licensing requirements for "money transmitters."

A core element of the NMLS is that all licenses, unless perpetual, expire at the end of the calendar year.  In order to prepare for the transition, the Agency will start phasing out two-year licenses and it will initiate a process to align all collection agency licenses to a December 31st expiration date.   As some licenses will be issued for a period of less than two years, prorated fees will be charged by the Maryland licensing system.

No specific date was given for when the Maryland license conversion to the NMLS system is to begin, but the Agency promised periodic updates.



MACA joins Hurricane Sandy Relief Campaign

Members of MACA have an opportunity to support the New Jersey unit in a fundraising campaign to benefit New Jersey residents affected by last Fall's hurricane.  Read More

 
 
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