USA - IQPC announces Credit & Collection Risk Management Forum 2007
With growing economic uncertainty, managing credit and collections is becoming more of a challenge. Disturbing economic indicators, such as; The coming credit crunch, managing for liquidity and financial strength, the new credit scoring analytics, creditor's rights and the revised bankruptcy laws credit and collection professionals must seek new ways to reassess risk management strategies and leverage recovery processes while remaining compliant with mounting regulations.
Join IQPC October 22-24, 2007 in Chicago, where the Credit and Collections Forum 2007 will bring together 20+ leaders from across the credit and collections industry, including Michelle Dunn, one of the Top 5 Women in Collections, to focus on actions, strategies, and opportunities in managing the fundamentals: Inflation and liquidity, productivities and cost containment. We will illustrate what must be done to assess the organization's capacity to survive a blow and adapt to sudden economic change. This conference demonstrates new tools, techniques, and technologies for managing credit risk, and allows you to share your experiences and ideas with other professionals as well as hear contributions from leading practitioners and academicians.
The International Quality and Productivity Center (IQPC), is the world's premier training and development resource for executive development, learning, and performance. By providing accurate, objective and up-to-date developments and trends in various industries and government, IQPC enables organizations to remain competitive and profitable. IQPC recognizes the value of face-to-face forums, and strives to make each conference a valuable learning experience, allowing our attendees to receive a maximum return on investment.
Michelle Dunn, author of an award winning book has spent the last 19 years stepping into dangerous debt collection potholes. She shares her hard-won expertise on debt collection with the titles in her "Collecting Money Series." Michelle was named one of the Top 5 Women in Collections and is a regular contributor to the Wall Street Journal and has been featured worldwide in publications such as Forbes, Smart Money Magazine, and MSNBC. Michelle has been a featured guest on (NPR) National Public Radio and many other radio programs as well as published in many newspapers and magazines nationwide.
For more information on this event or to register, please visit http://www.iqpc.com/us/credit For more information on Michelle Dunn's Credit & Collections Association please visit www.Credit-and-Collections.com Please use reference code CCPR when registering
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