In our second installment of our annual survey, we found a negative shift in the attitudes toward repossession associations and LPR. It appears as though some patience is running out with both the associations as well as the LPR providers. At the same time, the hope of unity and the value of training seem to growing.
In our second annual survey, even more of you spoke up, and what we found was sometimes similar to last year, but still often surprising. This is the first part of several releases of the survey, which covers topics such as Company Trends, Contingency Assignments, Associations, ALPR, Forwarding and Violence in the industry.
RSIG and Allied Finance Adjusters Conference to present a day of compliance training, Friday December 7, 2012 at the Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Atlanta Airport North. This full day compliance training event is available exclusively to members of RSIG and / or Allied Finance Adjusters Conference Inc and their employees. Lenders are also welcome to attend this.
Recovery and Lending Professionals Wanted for April 2013 Event
Dallas, TX – November 1, 2012, American Recovery Association, Inc. (ARA), the world’s largest association of recovery and remarketing professionals, is proud to announce the call for speakers is now open for its fifth annual industry event, the North American Repossessors Summit (NARS) on April 26–27, 2013.
We are pleased to announce the formation of CASA (Certified Agents Specialist Association). CASA has been created by industry leaders to provide educational and networking opportunities for Repossession Companies, Lenders and Repossession Vendors nationwide to enhance their business practices.
The National Finance Adjusters (NFA) has a new management team helping NFA members excel in the new economy. Robert Spangler of Denver, Colorado was named Executive Director and member of the Board of Directors. He brings with him NFA’s new Membership Services Director, Vicki Schrock, also in Denver. Both are excited to be working with Helen Mullaney (Momma Helen) of the Baltimore office as she continues her outstanding service to NFA.