Last year presented significant challenges to the accounts receivable management (ARM) industry and the beginning of 2019 proved no different. However, there are strong indications that things may be resurging in this industry from a multitude of angles, such as client grantor market sector growth, compliance optimism, and rebounded consumer sentiment. The first half of 2019 saw continued postponements by the Department of Education’s proposed NextGen program, the long-awaited release of the CFPB’s notice of proposed rulemaking, steady economic growth amid widespread pessimism, and continued trade wars and Congressional division.
Mike Ginsberg, president & CEO of Kaulkin Ginsberg, was joined by Jared Lese, director of research at Kaulkin Ginsberg Company, to discuss the present state of affairs in the ARM industry and what to expect through the second half of 2019 and into the 2020 election year. Mike and Jared highlighted key market sector developments, reviewed major regulatory and compliance matters, analyzed recent economic trends, and discussed what to expect in the foreseeable future.
Please watch the below 60-minute webinar. Enjoy!