The First Financial Asset Management (FFAM360) Alliance of Companies, a world-class organization that provides customer-centric solutions that address all phases of the credit and revenue lifecycle, is pleased to announce that we will be sponsoring and attending the Receivables Management Association International (RMAI) 2022 Annual Conference, February 7-10, 2022. As an industry sponsor of the conference, as well as a Certified Receivables Business by RMAI, FFAM360 is proud to explore the vast networking opportunities industry events like the 25th annual RMAI conference have to offer.

On hand at the conference, FFAM360 leaders Matt Maloney, FFAM360 President and Chief Investment Officer; Mike Woodyshek, Director of National Accounts; Adam Elder, Executive Director of Portfolio & Finance Operations; Donna Boyd, Executive Director of Compliance; Bryce Noel, Vice President of Legal Operations/Corporate Counsel; Sheryl Gray, Legal Network Director; and Dan McCusker, General Counsel/Chief Compliance Officer will be present to attend speaking events, take meetings, and discuss how FFAM360 can help with processed outsourcing and account servicing. Please email [email protected] to schedule a meeting with the FFAM360 team in advance.

Industry Leadership and Learning

The annual RMAI conference is an opportunity each year for Accounts Receivable Management (ARM) industry affiliates to gather for timely industry education, in-person networking opportunities, and business development prospects. At the conference, experts from the ARM industry will be available to discuss a range of topics including auto portfolios, artificial intelligence machine learning, bankruptcy litigation, and legislation. These panels represent the ARM industry’s collective goal of remaining compliant, trustworthy, and accountable with our clients and consumers.

“Every year, the FFAM360 team looks forward to reconnecting with our industry family and friends and discussing the latest in industry news, trends, and studies that will help to better not only our organization but also the industry as a whole,” says Matt Maloney. “This year, after a turbulent time throughout the pandemic and with new regulations that could impact the industry for years to come, FFAM360 is as committed as ever to continue fruitful discussions with creditors, industry partners, and our clients on how the FFAM360 team has the infrastructure, tools, and resources in place for outsourced account servicing with attentive customer service.”

Above And Beyond Sponsorship

FFAM360 is a sponsor of the RMAI annual conference and also donated a special trip for the silent auction to the beautiful Ritz Carlton-Reynolds on Lake Oconee in Georgia. At 4:30 p.m. on February 8, the silent auction opens to attendees and guests can place their bids. Funds raised from the auction help to support RMAI’s advocacy efforts. All attendees are welcome and encouraged to bid.

FFAM360 is also a Gold donor for the RMAI Legislative Fund, the policy advocacy backbone of the association. The legislative fund helps identify and assemble the resources to lobby for and against federal and state legislation that affects the industry. With FFAM360’s continued support, Legislative Fund representatives work diligently to ensure industry businesses are protected and informed. Pending federal and state legal decisions and proposed legislative actions are continually researched and made available to RMAI members.

Membership and Compliance

FFAM360 is proud to be a member of RMAI as membership contributes to the company’s mission to stand above and beyond all others as a best-in-class organization that syndicates leading revenue cycle management and strategic capital, that when joined together, optimizes liquidity for clients’ accounts receivables throughout the entire credit and revenue lifecycle.

For more information on the 25th Annual RMAI conference and to register, visit Registration for the conference will remain open leading up to the conference in early February. For more information on FFAM360, follow First Financial Asset Management on LinkedIn and on Facebook. To schedule a meeting with Matt or any other of the executive team in attendance at the RMAI annual conference, email [email protected].

About RMAI

Founded in 1997 and headquartered in Sacramento, California, Receivables Management Association International (RMAI) is a 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 First Financial Asset Management (FFAM360)

The FFAM360 Alliance of companies deploys world-class people, operations, and technology to deliver revenue cycle solutions to their clients that optimize their credit and revenue lifecycles. Founded in 2002 with the vision of creating a best-in-class organization that provides comprehensive solutions across the Insurance Subrogation, Healthcare RCM, Financial Services, and Human Resource Staffing sectors, First Financial Asset Management has achieved many significant awards and recognitions including being honored by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) as a Certified Women-Owned Business Enterprise. First Financial Asset Management is headquartered just outside Atlanta, GA, with additional offices in Phoenix, AZ, and Paso Robles, CA.