The Recovery Management Network will meet on Wednesday, May 8th, from 7:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Four Seasons in Las Vegas, as a tie-in to the Collection and Recovery Solutions 2019 event (CRS2019). This small group peer session is geared for creditor members, and provides an opportunity networking with peers and for peer discussions on “collection and recovery hot topics”, “omnichannel communications”, vendor auditing and much more.
This year Jeremy Ruth of Arvest Bank will moderate the RMN meeting. Jeremy has over 20 years of experience in consumer lending and collections. He has managed the consumer loan collection efforts in various capacities at Arvest Bank for the last 15 years. During that time the bank has grown from $2.5B to over $16B in assets. He oversaw the transition from a decentralized to a centralized collection environment, with an emphasis on improving compliance throughout the collection cycle. He oversees early stage through post charge off collections for consumer direct and dealer lending as well as small business commercial credits. Bankruptcy, repossession, foreclosure, loss mitigation, third party collections and vendor management are among his responsibilities. Prior to joining Arvest Bank he was a general manager for used automobile dealership specializing in sub-prime/in-house auto financing. Jeremy holds a Bachelor of Business Administration with a minor in Marketing.
Recovery Management Network (RMN) is a unique networking organization strictly for creditors, providing collection and recovery professionals with the peer contact, resources and information they need to succeed in their jobs. At RMN, we understand that collection and recovery professionals need to make the most of their time. For that reason, we strive to give members the most vital information and resources they need to effectively and successfully maximize results while minimizing risk. Our membership includes many of the major creditors in the United States and Canada. Membership is limited to creditors only, primarily through member referrals. If you are not a member and would like to join, please go to http://resourcemanagement.com/networking.html and complete the membership form.
For more information on Recovery Management Network and Collection and Recovery Solutions 2019, please visit us at http://www.collectionrecoverysolutions.com/