Matthew Maloney Announces Candidacy for the RMAI Board of Directors
Mr. Maloney has been building a history of successful business management and community service for nearly two decades. Under his direction, The FFAM360 Group of Companies have experienced exponential growth, implemented a number of philanthropy programs, and engaged a “servant leadership” approach with its clients. His roles include responsibility for the comprehensive revenue cycle, strategic initiatives, operational decisions, and investment strategies of the FFAM360 family of companies.
“I have had the privilege to serve our industry in various capacities as well as experience the excellence that it has to offer,” says Mr. Maloney. “I am devoted to furthering the vision, standards, and values of the Receivables Management Association International, just as I am committed to the success of FFAM and our community.”
Currently serving as State Chair for RMAI’s State Legislative Committee (Southeast & GA Division), Mr. Maloney also assisted with various State and Federal legislative initiatives, and serves on several industry association panels and boards which include: ACA International, RMAI, HFMA, and Experian®.
As an active leader in the Atlanta community, he serves in a variety of leadership roles, including leading a Men’s Christian discipleship group, serving on the Perimeter Church Board as an Elder, and serving as a youth mentor, and soccer & baseball coach. Mr. Maloney and his family are long-time residents of the Atlanta, GA area.
“I understand the importance of RMAI and its critical value to the advancement of our industry,” continues Mr. Maloney. “If I am elected, I will commit myself to collaborating with our leaders and serving our members for our continued growth and development.”
About Receivables Management Association International
The Receivables Management Association International (RMAI) is a nonprofit trade association founded in 1997 that represents over 550 member companies and supports the purchase, sale, and collection of receivables in the secondary market. Providing extensive networking, educational, and business development opportunities, RMAI set the global standard within the industry with its Receivables Management Certification Program and Code of Ethics.
The FFAM360 group of companies has become one of the most well-known and respected financial institutions specializing in accounts receivable management. Certified by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), FFAM360 deploys world-class people, operations, and technology to deliver revenue-cycle solutions to their clients that optimize their credit and revenue lifecycle. Founded in 2002, they are located just outside Atlanta, GA, with satellite offices in Phoenix, AZ and Paso Robles, CA.