Plaza Services, LLC looks forward to connecting with receivables industry professionals for educational sessions and networking opportunities at the RMAI 2021 Annual Conference, taking place at the Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, April 12-15, 2021. As a longstanding member of RMAI, we are continuing our annual participation in what is one of the largest events in the accounts receivable industry.

Onsite and online, we will join fellow receivables industry peers and partners for an agenda filled with great learning opportunities delivered by receivables industry experts both in person and virtually. RMAI has worked diligently with the Aria this year to ensure all necessary health and safety precautions and social distancing protocols are followed for our entire conference experience. Networking activities begin Monday with golfing or pedicures, Taco Tuesday on the Terrace, and a Cabana Crawl by the pool Wednesday evening. 

Adam Parks, Chief Marketing Officer of Plaza Services also serves as RMAI’s President-Elect this year and is committed to promoting the essential role of the receivables management industry in the credit ecosystem. “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. This conference is an opportunity for the receivables community to come together and share our success stories, discover new perspectives, and step out of our day-to-day to get inspired and motivated about the future of our industry and our respective professions.” 

The Annual Conference includes full days of learning and networking as well as an interactive environment to learn about the latest trends, technologies, and legislative efforts that impact our industry today. The association has packed the agenda with content-rich sessions led by experts available both in person at Aria or virtually through the conference portal. Notable keynote speaker, Tom Pahl, former Deputy Director of the CFPB, will address the challenges we face with recent changes in compliance and regulations, markets, and ever-evolving technology in the collections industry. 

“Whether a planned coffee break with a colleague, a conversation sparked in the virtual meeting chat or time on the golf course, the Annual Conference offers plenty of opportunities to interact with peers through sessions and activities. Plaza attends this conference not only to gain valuable knowledge and insight but also to connect with other great minds in our industry to advocate for and shape the future of our profession,” said Plaza Services CEO Gerald Lewis. “Thanks to the hard work of our committees and members, RMAI grows bigger each year. Plaza Services proud to be part of this organization and the many contributions and advocacy efforts being made to make progress on key issues.”

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About RMAI

Founded in 1997 and headquartered in Sacramento, California, Receivables Management Association International (RMAI) is the 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 Plaza Services, LLC

Plaza Services, LLC is a nationally licensed, professional receivables management firm located in Atlanta, GA. We are a Certified Receivables Business (CRB) by Receivables Management Association International and a SOC 2 certified receivables management firm. Our company specializes in the acquisition and servicing of consumer and commercial portfolios. We deliver quick portfolio valuations, seamless transaction execution, and clear accountability after the sale.