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On Feb. 8th, 2018, Adam Parks, Chief Executive Officer of ComplyARM, was elected Secretary of the Receivables Management Association (RMA).

Mr. Parks attended his first RMA conference in 2006 and has maintained an active role within the association ever since. He has been a part of a variety of committees and was elected to the Board of Directors in 2016. Now, along with being elected secretary, Mr. Parks has also become Chair or Co-Chair of Membership, Editorial and Legislative Fundraising committees.

“I’ve watched Adam grow in the receivables management industry over the past decade. With his strong work ethic and incredible determination, I am excited to see what he will bring to our table this year.” – Marian Sangalang, Vice President of The Bureaus, Inc. and President-Elect of RMA.

“I could not be more grateful for this opportunity. I’ve spent most of my career within the receivables management industry and I hope to bring all my experience and insight to really make a difference within not just the association, but the industry as a whole.” – Adam Parks, Secretary of RMA.

Being a founding member of ComplyARM Adam has always been persistent in bringing a set standard to compliance within the industry and with this new position Mr. Parks plans to continue to enforce this idea for a better experience between all aspects of receivables management.

About RMA:
The Receivables Management Association International (formerly DBA International) 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.

About ComplyARM:
ComplyARM is a compliance management system (CMS) provider that has developed customized tools for the accounts receivable management industry. Debt buyers and collection agencies have special compliance requirements and the ComplyARM Dashboard system is designed to help them meet those needs and reduce the overwhelming workload created by the current regulatory environment