January 23, 2020 (Sacramento, CA) – Katabat, a leading cloud-based debt-collection software provider, will serve as a Gold Sponsor of this year’s RMAI Annual Conference. The conference, occurring February 3–6, 2020, brings together key participants in the receivables management industry, including debt buying companies, collection agencies, collection law firms, brokers, originating creditors, and affiliates.
With offices around the globe, Katabat has over a decade of experience providing debt collection solutions for banks, alternative lenders and debt collection agencies around the world. The RMAI conference is an exciting opportunity for Katabat to showcase omni-channel, PCI compliant technology solutions that support an increasingly digital, consumer service-based experience.
Katabat is hosting one of the first formal networking events of the conference, a Welcome Coffee Bar Tuesday afternoon from 2:45 pm to 4:00 pm. It will give everyone a chance to mingle and form connections early in the conference, while also recharging from the first day of education. Katabat is also sponsoring an education session on Wednesday from 11:30 am to 12:20 pm, “Fintech and the Future of Debt-Buying: Are You Ready?” The session will discuss how technology and innovation have been transforming consumer financial services. Speakers will present some of the latest views and experiences on approaches to fostering innovation in lending and debt collection, and how the regulatory landscape can influence consumer access to credit, recovery, and investor decision-making. Speakers for the session are Kevin Bowens of Personify Financial, Jonathan Pompan of Venable LLP and Dara Tarkowski of Actuate Law, LLC.
About RMAI’s 2020 Annual Conference (February 3–6, 2020)
RMAI’s 2020 Annual Conference will be held at the Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. This conference brings together all the players in the Receivables Management Industry—welcoming over 1,400 attendees and showcasing over 80 exhibit booths—and provides abundant networking opportunities with key participants, including debt buying companies, collection law firms, collection agencies, brokers, major creditors, and international members. With over 20 education sessions, it’s also the perfect setting to learn about the latest trends impacting the industry and to earn certification and CLE credits.