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Serving Northern and West Texas, Northern Louisiana and Las Cruces, New Mexico. NACM Southwest is an 750 member not-for-profit trade association providing services to the business credit manager. Our purpose is to educate and provide the professional tools necessary to help ensure the success of the credit manager.
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April 25, 2014 • Las Colinas Country
Randall K. Lindley, Esq., Bell Nunnally & Martin LLP
Jerry Mathews, NACM Southest - Louisiana
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The Credit Managers’ Index (CMI) is created from a monthly survey of credit and collection professionals. The results provide a benchmarking and forecasting tool that looks at the entire cycle of commercial business transactions. Learn more.

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  • Fed Asks NACM Members For Help in Fraud Study

    Apr 16, 2014 | 14:56 pm

    A collective of five Federal Reserve Banks is spearheading a study on challenges with payment fraud through early next month. And Fed representatives specifically targeted the NACM membership as a group that has been "underrepresented" and one it hopes to see greater representation from in its online survey.Representatives from the Federal Reserve Bank of Minnesota, which also heads the Remittance Coalition which NACM joined as a member earlier this year, contacted NACM directly this week noting that they believe credit managers in the B2B sphere could have an important impact on this year’s payments fraud survey if more within the[…]

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  • EU Votes to Include Commercial Cards in Interchange Fee Limits

    Apr 15, 2014 | 15:57 pm

    The European Parliament voted earlier this month to include commercial credit cards in their new statutory limits on credit card interchange fees. Previously the proposal would've applied the limits only to consumer cards, but the Parliament's Economic and Monetary Committee (ECON) removed the exemption for commercial credit cards in February. The European Commission had representatives recommending that the exemption be added back into the proposal, but the Parliament adopted ECON's original revisions. The European Union Council of Ministers, which represents individual member states, also has to approve the regulation before it becomes law, but if it does, merchants in the[…]

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