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Nordis Technologies Names Business Operations Leader As New Vice President of Client Services

CORAL SPRINGS, FLORIDA, November 27, 2018—Nordis Technologies, an innovative customer communications management and payment technology solutions company, has recruited Nicole Miller to be vice president of client services. Miller has more than 25 years of experience in healthcare, technology, revenue cycle management, election services software and business operations. “Nicole has the …

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ACA Int’l CEO Sends Letter Supporting Kraninger For BCFP Post

ACA International sent a letter yesterday to Senate leaders, urging them to move forward and confirm Kathy Kraninger to be the next director of the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection. The letter from Mark Neeb, ACA International’s Chief Executive Officer, mentioned the benefits of having a full-time, permanent director atop …

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Navient Answers Back After Report Questions ‘Unfair Student Loan Practices’

Navient is fighting back after a published report indicated an audit of the student loan servicing giant conducted by the Department of Education revealed the company may have been steering individuals into higher-cost repayment plans without discussing lower-costing alternatives. The article “continues the practice of ignoring facts to make false, sensational …

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Chicago Looks to Ease Debt Burdens For Residents

The city of Chicago is taking a hard look at the impact that its rules are having on low-income residents, and how those rules may be forcing a disproportionate number of low-income residents into debt and bankruptcy. All residents who lease or own a vehicle must purchase a sticker for …

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Older Americans Continue To Carry Significant Amounts of Debt

For all the talk that collection agencies need to be spending more time and working harder at understanding millennials, maybe they should be looking at the other end of the generational spectrum, according to data released by the Federal Reserve Board of New York. While it’s undoubted that, eventually, millennials …

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McConnell Moves For Senate To Confirm Kraninger

Sen. Mitch McConnell [R-Ky.] yesterday filed a cloture motion on the nomination of Kathy Kraninger to be the next director of the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection, which makes it appear as though the entire Senate will vote on her confirmation when it returns from its Thanksgiving break. A cloture …

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