Andersen to Discuss Global Collections at World Credit Event
May 13 2013
Source : collectionscreditrisk.com
Ontario Systems' Chief Compliance Officer Rozanne Andersen is speaking Wednesday at the World Credit Congress & Exhibition in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Andersen will present a session focusing on the international collections environment, spotlighting the challenges and trends in the global consumer and commercial collections market.
She also will participate in a panel discussion titled “The Herd Is Collecting,” joining four other participants to examine issues surrounding consumer debt collections.
Andersen is the former CEO of collections and credit industry trade association ACA International. She also served as general counsel and executive vice president of the organization. She joined Ontario Systems in May 2011.
Andersen was twice named one of the top achievers in the collection industry by Collections & Credit Risk for her role in helping shape the industry's legislative priorities, traveling often to the U.S. capital and meeting frequently with both federal and state lawmakers.
“We’re delighted to have Rozanne speaking alongside our industry’s most well-respected thought leaders and executives,” says Eugene Joubert, World Credit Congress Director – South Africa. “She has added a great deal of value to both the credit and collections industries on a global scale, and we expect the work she’s done with an innovator like Ontario Systems to bring significant enhancements to the performance and productivity exhibited by credit and collections staff in Africa and around the world.”
The conference is held once every two years, each time on a different continent. It is designed as a platform for the exchange of ideas, knowledge, research and networking among international credit and risk management professionals in the collections industry. More information about the sessions, and the rest of the conference agenda, is available at congresocredito.com.
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