The educational portion of NACMâ€™s annual Credit Congress opened today with a keynote speech from â€śYou Say More Than You Thinkâ€ť author, Janine Driver, and will continue through Wednesday. Sessions include the findings and potential recommendations of the American Bankruptcy Institute Commission to Study the Reform of Chapter 11 and, separately, the Federal Reserveâ€™s research on the perceived problems regarding electronic and other payment systems. Many other educational sessions and networking events fill the three days.
Columbia, MD: June 9, 2014â€”The premier event for commercial credit management opened its educational portion of the its annual conference this morning in Orlando, Florida. Held this year from June 8-11, the National Association of Credit Managementâ€™s (NACMâ€™s) 118th Credit Congress and Exposition is an annual treasure trove of educational sessions and networking opportunities expertly designed to enhance the skills, abilities and careers of trade credit and finance professionals who extend business-to-business credit. The conferenceâ€™s expo, which opened Sunday evening, features dozens of vendors and providers, the only place nationwide where trade credit and finance professionals can meet all of the industryâ€™s biggest leaders and service providers in one place.
â€śThe role of the commercial credit and finance professional is changing, but their core responsibility remains guarding their companiesâ€™ assets while leveraging risk as profitably as possible, both domestically and in the ever-growing international arena,â€ť said NACM President Robin Schauseil, CAE. â€śNACMâ€™s Credit Congress gives credit and finance professionals the tools they need to adjust their professional roles, while still mitigating risk and helping to grow their companiesâ€™ and their own valuable network of colleagues and business contacts.â€ť