NACM Heartland distributes a quarterly newsletter -- Heartland Headliner. We cover a variety of topics including updates on education, new and existing products and services, key vendor partnerships and much more. If you would like to subscribe, contact Maggie Bessenbacher at 888.222.1447 or email@example.com.
Current Issue: Fall 2013 (annual report issue)
Past Issues of the Heartland Headliner
October 2012 (Includes Annual Report)
October 2011 (Includes Annual Report)
The fall issue of the Heartland Headliner is available. Check out an article by Chris Kuehl that looks ahead to what we might expect in 2014, as well as a Credit Manager's Toolbox feature about ACH Processing.
The The Certified Credit & Risk Analyst designation was recently added to the NACM family professional certification programs. Unlike the other longtime designation programs, the CCRA is a standalone program. It exists outside of NACM’s “Career Roadmap” that includes the Credit Business Associate (CBA), Credit Business Fellow (CBF) and Certified Credit Executive (CCE), the latter of which is still NACM’s top-level designation for members.
In mid-January, Chris Ring from NACM’s Secured Transactions
Services presented a Lunch and Learn to the membership discussing
how recent changes in UCC filings and the Mechanic’s Lien registry
were impacting credit professionals.
The 2013 Credit Congress in Las Vegas on May 19-22 promises to be another great event full of education, networking and critical industry information. By registering for Credit Congress today, you’ll save $100 on your full delegate registration!
Register for the 2013 Credit Congress by Friday, December 14 to receive $150 off a full delegate registration! Special room rates also apply for the first 500 people making their room reservation.
Security interests under Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) are now a part of the coverage offered by the National Association of Credit Management’s (NACM’s) Secured Transaction Services division. The new and existing filing services provide the means to mitigate the risk of debtor nonpayment for businesses that sell or finance various types of personal property under Article 9, as well as those that provide labor, materials and other services.