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Get Involved and Make a Difference
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Get Involved and Make a Difference

Help shape your association, learn from your peers, and grow your leadership skills by participating in an open committee or activity! Continue Reading

Date posted01/26/2022


Advocacy: Engage with Us and Save the Date
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Advocacy: Engage with Us and Save the Date

NCBA Virtual Hill Day 2022 - Save the Date Mark your calendars for March 29, 2022, to join us virtually for NCBA’s 2022 Hill Day. This is an opportunity to meet with members of Congress and to advocate on behalf of your profession. NCBA works year-round to ensure that your industry’s... Continue Reading

Date posted01/13/2022


Washington in 2022
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Washington in 2022

As we prepare for year two of the Biden Administration and another year of the seemingly unending pandemic, we take a brief look at what we can expect in DC in 2022. On the administration front, President Biden’s bold 2021 policy agenda that included prioritizing pandemic recovery, climate,... Continue Reading

Date posted01/6/2022


Introducing the 2022 Creditors Rights Industry Benchmarking Project and Survey
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Introducing the 2022 Creditors Rights Industry Benchmarking Project and Survey

NCBA is excited to announce our 2022 Creditors Rights Industry Benchmarking Project and Survey. In collaboration with Red Bank Advisors, we are working with our members to design a meaningful benchmarking survey for our industry. Continue Reading

Date posted12/16/2021


Not Your Typical Holiday Season for Creditor Rights Attorneys
Not Your Typical Holiday Season for Creditor Rights Attorneys

December is a month many of us look forward to for many reasons. The holidays, family, and time off are undoubtedly at the top of the list. Also, on the list at this time of year is our opportunity to catch up on work. Continue Reading

Postedby Chip Stacy
Date posted12/8/2021


Reg F is Here and Now the Work Begins
Reg F is Here and Now the Work Begins

Greetings! Wow, that felt like a marathon and a sprint all at once, but we made it to and through November 30, 2021. The new Debt Collection Rules are now live-but as we all know the work doesn’t stop now, it is really just beginning. NCBA’s Compliance Peer Forum worked diligently... Continue Reading

Postedby Liz Terry
Date posted12/2/2021


Message from NCBA President: Excited to Get Started!
Message from NCBA President: Excited to Get Started!

In all of my decisions, the NCBA Mission will always be at the forefront of my mind. Continue Reading

Postedby Chip Stacy
Date posted11/4/2021


Legal Service of Process Leader ProVest Celebrates 30th Anniversary
Legal Service of Process Leader ProVest Celebrates 30th Anniversary

ProVest, an industry leader in serving legal process, is celebrating its 30th anniversary. In 1991 Scott Strady founded the firm with the vision to create a nationwide network of agents, down to the county level, to manage the entire process of service for law firms and banking clients. Continue Reading

Postedby Joel Rosenthal
Date posted11/4/2021


Chopra Testifies Before Congress
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Chopra Testifies Before Congress

The CFPB delivered its Semi-Annual Report to Congress triggering Director Chopra’s appearance before key congressional committees. Continue Reading

Date posted10/28/2021


Compliance Forum Members Have Productive Call with CFPB
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Compliance Forum Members Have Productive Call with CFPB

October 30, 2021, marks the one-year anniversary of the release of the CFPB’s final debt collection rules. NCBA remains proud that we were successful in our advocacy for the independence of the practice of law, which resulted in the CFPB’s removal of the troubling meaningful attorney... Continue Reading

Date posted10/21/2021


Washington Update
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Washington Update

Washington is gearing up for another jam-packed few weeks, following a turbulent month of September that concluded without a deal on the infrastructure and reconciliation measures. Simultaneously Congress had to address several must-do’s including government funding and continue carrying on... Continue Reading

Date posted10/7/2021


This Week in Washington and What Happens Next
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This Week in Washington and What Happens Next

How will infrastructure and budget reconciliation, debt ceilings, and government shutdown effect our industry? Continue Reading

Date posted08/12/2021