The two-day Bankruptcy and Collections school is designed to expand your knowledge of legal issues with collections and bankruptcy to keep your credit unions collection practices sound.
Day One: Thursday, April 11Collections• Overview of Collection-Related Laws• Which State's Laws Apply?• Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act Collecting in a High Tech World Working with Collection Agencies, Repo Agencies and Other Collection Partners Writing Better Letters Introduction to Repossessions
Day Two: Friday, April 12BankruptcyThe Automatic Stay, Co-debtor Stay and Discharge Injunction Chapter 7 Bankruptcy• Reaffirmation Issues• Redemption• Default Upon Bankruptcy Clauses• Rights with Respect to Cosigners• Collecting Unsecured Claims
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy• Avoiding long delays in payment early in Chapter 13 cases• Valuation and Cramdown• The 910 Day Rule• The One Year Rule• Interest Rate on Secured Loans• Collecting Unsecured Claims
Who Should Attend? Collection managers and officers, loan managers and officers, bankruptcy collectors and those who supervise them.
Member Fee: $209 per day, $399 for both days. (Includes instruction and materials).
Live Site Location: Cheyenne - State Library Bldg., Room 104, 2800 Central Ave., Cheyenne, WYVideo Site Location: Rock Springs - Workforce Center, 2441 Foothill Blvd., Rock Springs, WY
Thursday, April 11, 2013 - Friday, April 12, 2013 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Live Site: State Library Building, Rm 1042800 Central AvenueCheyenne, Wyoming 82001720.479.3280
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