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The International Factoring Association's (IFA) goal is to assist the Factoring community by providing information, training, purchasing power and a resource for the Factoring community.

Events

Date Meeting Venue Location
October
1
 
Helping Clients Pivot Webinar 11am - 12pm
PDT
October
15 - 16
Account Executive/Loan Officer
Hybrid Training Class

 
Paris Hotel
or Webinar
Las Vegas, NV
October
19 - 22
Niche Industry Factoring
Online Training Class

 
Webinar 9am - 12pm
PDT
October
28
 
Senior Executives Virtual
Roundtable Meeting
Webinar 11am - 12:30pm
PDT
January
27 - 29
2021 Presidents & Senior Executives
Meeting

 
Condado Vanderbilt
Hotel
San Juan,
Puerto Rico
May
12 - 15
2021 Annual Factoring Conference JW Marriott Desert
Springs
 
Palm Desert, CA

Event details will be posted below as they become available


 

 

Webinar: Helping Clients Pivot
(Sponsored by Newpoint Advisors)

with Ken Yager, Phil Kain, Matt Begley & Stewart Hayes

This webinar will focus on looking at revenue, cost, and liquidity of clients going forward. The instructors will provide some feedback on various industries: Construction, Transportation, Education, Healthcare, and Staffing.  These are five of ten sectors that Newpoint Advisors is tracking and are having negative and mixed results from COVID-19 and other disruptions in our society.

The Venue: Webinar

The Schedule:

  • Thursday, October 1, 2020 - 11am - 12pm PDT (Pacific Time Zone)

Topics:

  • (1) Where we are today (changes since March with a V recovery or an L recovery)
    (2) What long term issues these industries will face due to COVID-19
    (3) A look at metrics and benchmarks for these industries
    (4) Forecasting with customers using 13-week cash flow models and budgets – how to plan revenue (not all of it will be good revenue) and manage disbursements

Instructors:

  • Ken Yager - President, Newpoint Advisors Corporation
  • Ken is the founder and President of Newpoint Advisors and has 25 years of executive leadership experience in stakeholder communication.  He has worked with clients in a variety of industries in over 150 engagements.  Ken regularly takes on profit and loss and risk-management responsibility for cash-constrained companies in growth, leveraged-buyout and turnaround situations. He also has successfully worked on implementing hundreds of initiatives involving, operations and project management, team building, marketing, and sales and joint-venture management. He is a fierce advocate for capital preservation and saving jobs. Ken earned a Bachelor’s degree in Management with majors in Finance and Accounting from Tulane University, A.B. Freeman School of Business, and received a Master of Management degree from J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management. Ken is a member of the Florida chapter of the Turnaround Management Association (TMA) and was on the International Board as the Vice President of Education and chaired the Education Oversight Committee.
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  • Phil Kain - Managing Partner, Rush Street Capital
  • Phil Kain founded Rush Street Capital in 2014, after a career in commercial banking and leveraged finance.  Phil has over 25 years of professional experience in corporate banking and leveraged lending and is a frequent contributor and speaker in forums, panels, networking events and trade publications in the middle market finance arena. Phil has closed well over 200 middle market transactions during his career. Phil has proven expertise in sourcing and structuring debt for lower middle market companies and private equity firms, specializing in debt restructures and difficult to finance situations.  Phil is a CFA charterholder.  Phil is a 1990 graduate of the University of Michigan, residing in Phoenix with his wife and 3 children.
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  • Matt Begley - COO, Republic Business Credit
  • Matt leads all client relationships staff across Republic's suite of products, bringing more than 20 years of middle market lending experience including being the CEO & founder of a nationwide commercial finance company and division president of a Fortune 100 firm. Matt serves as a board member of the Secured Finance Network and its California Chater of the SFNet. Matt has a BA from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and an MBA from Pepperdine University. Matt resides in California with his wife and two kids.
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  • Stewart Hayes - Senior Vice President, Lender Finance Division, Wells Fargo Capital Finance
  • Stewart has over 30 years of experience in the asset-based lending industry, including significant experience in lending to specialty finance companies. Stewart joined Wells Fargo Capital Finance in 2000 as an original member of the Lender Finance division. His current responsibilities include originating new lending relationships for specialty finance companies. Stewart previously served as the Portfolio Manager for the Lender Finance division. Prior to joining Wells Fargo, he worked at Bank of America Commercial Finance for 16 years, holding executive management positions at both its Business Credit and Factoring divisions. Stewart is a member of the International Factoring Association, SFNet and the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association.

Fee:

          This webinar is free for IFA Members ($50 for Non-Members)


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Account Executive/Loan Officer Hybrid Training Class


The Account Executive/Loan Officer Training Course is now being offered as a hybrid training class. You have the option of attending in-person or online via Zoom. This class is a comprehensive two-day course covering a multitude of issues related to factoring. It is designed to help employees within your organization become more knowledgeable about the factoring industry. 

The Venue: Paris Hotel and Casino - Las Vegas, NV or Online Via Zoom

The Schedule:

  • Thursday & Friday, October 15 - 16, 2020
  • 8:30am - 3:00pm each day

Learning Objectives:

  • Deal Evaluation Process
  • Contracts, P.O.'s and Vendor Agreements
  • Invoice Verification Procedures
  • Checking the Paper Trail
  • Reviewing and Approving Debtor Credit Limits
  • Incoming Transactions & Compliance
  • Dealing with Credit Memos
  • Reserve Management
  • Management of the Accounts Receivable Aging
  • Monitoring Tax Payments
  • Collection Procedures
  • Specific Industry Concerns and Pitfalls
  • Client Service Techniques
  • Working with Government Contracts
  • Management Policies and Strategies
  • Documentation and Compliance Procedures
  • Assignment Procedures and Issues

Instructors:

  • Jay Atkins - President, Seacoast Business Funding - a division of Seacoast Bank
    Jay is a 30 year Commercial Finance Executive, holding titles as CEO or President within the Factoring industry for the last 20 years. Jay currently serves as President of Seacoast Business Funding.
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  • Robyn Barrett - Managing Member, FSW Funding
  • Robyn has earned her bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University and a CPA license. Robyn's first official role in accounting was at Restaurant, Inc. in Phoenix, a food contract management company and subsidiary of the Greyhound Corporation. Three years later, she left the company to take on larger-scale accounting pursuits at The Dial Corporation. After six years at The Dial Corporation, Barrett ventured into the world of corporate finance at FINOVA Capital Corporation, a Phoenix-based publicly traded commercial lender. During her tenure at FINOVA, Barrett held numerous positions including: senior finance manager, senior marketing analyst, senior credit underwriter and vice president of marketing. After leaving FINOVA in 2000, she went on to serve as vice president of marketing and business development at ZoomLot Corporation. In 2001, Barrett founded Scottsdale-based Factors Southwest, LLC. Barrett holds a master’s degree in business administration from Grand Canyon University and is an active member of numerous industry organizations including: American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA); Arizona Society of Certified Public Accountants (ASCPA); Turnaround Management Association (TMA); Risk Management Association (RMA); International Factoring Association (IFA); Commercial Finance Association, and the Association for Corporate Growth.

Legal counsel will be provided by:

  • Michael Ullman, Esq. - Principal - Ullman & Ullman, P.A.
  • Mike received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Florida in 1975 and graduated Nova Law School Magna Cum Laude in 1979. He also served as a member of and published for the Nova Law School Law Review. Mike is a member of the Florida Bar, is admitted to practice in the United States Bankruptcy Courts for the Southern, Middle and Northern Districts of Florida, Southern and Middle and Northern Districts of the Federal Courts in Florida and in the Eleventh and Fifth Circuit Federal Courts of Appeals as well as having been given pro hac vice status to serve his clientele throughout the country in numerous other states, including matters involving complex arbitration proceedings. Mike started his law firm, Ullman & Ullman, P.A., in 1980. Ullman & Ullman, P.A. has specialized in all forms of commercial transactions and litigation. Mike currently serves as co-counsel to and has been a frequent lecturer for the International Factoring Association for over a decade.

Accommodations:

  • A special rate at the Paris Hotel of $42 has been negotiated for this event. There is also a $37/night resort fee. This includes use of the fitness center and internet access in your room.
  • You can reserve a room online by clicking here
  • Or you can call Paris at 877-603-4389 and request the SPIFA0 rate.
  • Room block expires on September 24, 2020.

Fee:

          The fee for this meeting is $895 ($945 for Non-Members)

The meeting will run from 8:30am - 3pm on Thursday and Friday. A 15 minute morning break, 15 minute afternoon break and a 1 hour lunch will be included. In-person attendees will receive continental breakfasts and lunches both days. Zoom attendees will be in a live online classroom environment where they can pose questions to the speakers throughout the class. A unique participant ID will be emailed to each online attendee.

For those that attend the course in Las Vegas, Paris will be following Caesars' extensive health and safety precautions. Click here for more information.

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Niche Industry Factoring Online Training Class

This class will cover the specifics on how to factor various niche industries from both an operational and legal perspective. Each industry will be examined with details on exactly what steps are needed in order to purchase invoices successfully and profitably. If you are looking to expand your portfolio into new industries, this is a must attend course.

The Venue: Online Training Class via Zoom

The Schedule: Monday October 19, 2020 - Thursday October 22, 2020: 9am - 12pm PDT (Pacific) each day

Niche Industries Covered:

  • Construction
  • Medical
  • Energy
  • PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)

Schedule & Speakers:

  • Monday, October 19 - Construction 
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  • Allen Heffner, Esq. - Senior Associate, Loren & Kean Law
    Allen Heffner is a senior associate with Loren & Kean Law. Mr. Heffner has spent his career litigating complex commercial transactions, with a focus on secured lending and factoring litigation. Mr. Heffner represents factoring companies throughout Florida as well has nearly twenty states in the U.S.  Mr. Heffner, like everyone at Loren & Kean Law, is focused on providing high-quality legal services and innovative and pragmatic business solutions in a timely and cost-effective manner. Mr. Heffner is a proud alumni of the University of Florida.

     
  • Bruce Loren, Esq. - Partner, Loren & Kean Law
    Bruce Loren is an attorney licensed to practice in the States of Florida and New York. For nearly thirty years, Mr. Loren has focused his practice on construction law. Mr. Loren has achieved the title of “Certified in Construction Law” by the Florida Bar, exemplifying the Bar’s recognition of this expertise. He has always had the highest possible rating of “AV” from Martindale-Hubbell, a company that recognizes attorneys based upon peer reviews. The firm’s construction clients include owners/developers, general contractors, specialty contractors in every trade, suppliers and professional architects and engineers who perform work in the U.S., Caribbean, and Europe.
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  • Tuesday, October 20 - Medical
    • Intro to medical billing and collections
    • Differences between medical factoring and traditional factoring
    • Best practices of medical factoring
    • Case study
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  • Leon Chernyavsky - Managing Partner, Alleon Healthcare Capital
    Mr. Chernyavsky’s financial services career started in 1999 working for Thomson Financial Corporate and then Standard and Poor’s. In 2004 he started his asset-based lending career working for a privately funded asset-based lender with over $70MM in assets. There, he built and developed a full lending platform which included loan origination, credit underwriting, and servicing. In 2009 Leon founded Alleon Healthcare Capital (“AHC”) with a focus on medical receivables financing and has since worked with numerous healthcare providers in the U.S. that bill 3rd party insurance carriers.
  • Ben Rutkevitz - Vice President, Business Development, Alleon Healthcare Capital
  • Mr. Rutkevitz’s finance career started in 2001 as a consultant for Citi Bank, Bear Stearns and Morgan Stanley. In 2006 he started working for Satori Capital Management, an asset-based lending hedge fund specializing in senior secured commercial mortgages. There he managed a team of loan originators and underwriters. In 2009, Mr. Rutkevitz left Satori and moved to help grow Alleon. His chief responsibility is to establish relationships with healthcare providers and intermediaries and assist in the underwriting process. Ben lives in New York City with his wife and holds a bachelor’s degree in Finance/Marketing from the State University of NY at Albany.
  • Wednesday, October 21 - Energy
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  • Meg Roberson - Senior Vice President & National Sales Manager, Gulf Coast Business Credit
    With more than 16 years of sales management, syndications, commercial banking, factoring and asset-based lending experience, Meg understands how important relationships are. Meg manages a team of sales, underwriting and marketing leaders nationwide and is responsible for new, organic and acquisition originations as well as creating and maintaining a quality brand for Gulf Coast Business Credit. Through Meg’s tenure at GCBC, the portfolio has experienced tremendous growth that can be attributed to hard work, dedication to the marketplace and a loyal portfolio of clients and partners.  Roberson serves as the President of the Central Texas Chapter for The Association for Corporate Growth, is actively involved in the International Factoring Association, the Secured Finance Network and is a graduate of Texas A&M University.
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  • Wade Hladky - President & CEO, Gulf Coast Business Credit
  • Wade Hladky joined Gulf Coast Business Credit in 2000 as the COO. After doing great work in the accounts receivable financing sector for more than a decade at GCBC, he was promoted to President in 2011. Since his promotion, Wade has made great progress as GCBC’s President, and he plans to take advantage of any opportunities that come their way. He and his experienced staff have a central mission to obtain personal and professional growth through a well-rounded and diverse portfolio.
  • Thursday, October 22 - PPE
    • Overview of PPE - What is it and what are some of the unique characteristics surrounding the product
    • Challenges that face not only companies that are sourcing and selling PPE, but also challenges facing lenders
    • Regulatory challenges 
    • The dynamic of the multitude of new entrants into the space and the inherent risk they (as well as their lenders) face due to lack of experience
    • Supply Chain risks
    • End buyer risks
    • Potential mitigation tools for companies in this space as well as for lenders‚Äč
  • Bryan Ballowe - Co-Founder and Managing Partner, TradeCap Partners
    Bryan Ballowe is Co-Founder and Managing Partner of TradeCap Partners. Prior to founding TradeCap Partners, Bryan was Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of King Trade Capital where he worked for 20 years. At King Trade Capital, Bryan oversaw underwriting and portfolio management, and was also a principal and member of its investment committee. Prior to joining King Trade Capital, Bryan worked at Bank of America for 2 years as a global financial analyst underwriting senior debt and high yield bonds for various companies in the media and telecom industry. Bryan holds a B.B.A. in Finance and a B.S. in Economics from Southern Methodist University as well as an MBA from Southern Methodist University in Corporate Finance.
  • Michael Ullman, Esq. - Principal - Ullman & Ullman, P.A.
  • Mike received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Florida in 1975 and graduated Nova Law School Magna Cum Laude in 1979. He also served as a member of and published for the Nova Law School Law Review. Mike is a member of the Florida Bar, is admitted to practice in the United States Bankruptcy Courts for the Southern, Middle and Northern Districts of Florida, Southern and Middle and Northern Districts of the Federal Courts in Florida and in the Eleventh and Fifth Circuit Federal Courts of Appeals as well as having been given pro hac vice status to serve his clientele throughout the country in numerous other states, including matters involving complex arbitration proceedings. Mike started his law firm, Ullman & Ullman, P.A., in 1980. Ullman & Ullman, P.A. has specialized in all forms of commercial transactions and litigation. Mike currently serves as co-counsel to and has been a frequent lecturer for the International Factoring Association for over a decade.

Moderator All Days:

  • Tania Daniel - Managing Director, Factoring, ENGS Commercial Capital
    Tania Daniel leads ENGS Commercial Finance’s factoring division. Ms. Daniel has spent over fifteen years partnering with businesses to meet their working capital needs by providing cash flow solutions such as invoice factoring and other forms of asset based lending. Over the course of her career, Ms. Daniel has held roles in executive management, risk and portfolio management, credit and underwriting, and sales and operations. She joined LSQ Funding Group in 2001 where she played an integral part in many areas of the company. She was able to use the knowledge she gained to grow within the organization and become the Vice President of Operations. Most recently, Ms. Daniel was Chief Operating Officer of Porter Capital Corporation where she oversaw daily operations, built a high performing team, developed a dynamic culture, and created strategies that enhanced the growth of the organization.

Fee:

The fee for this training class is $500 ($600 for Non-Members).
Price is per attendee and includes all 4 days.
A unique participant ID will be sent to all attendees.

Individual day sessions are available for $175 ($200 for Non-Members). Please call the IFA to register for individual day sessions only.

The meeting will run from 9am - 12pm Monday - Thursday. The fee includes tuition and course materials. Attendees will be in a live online classroom environment where they can pose questions to the speakers throughout the class. 
 

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Webinar: Senior Executives Virtual Roundtable
with moderators Jay Atkins, Robyn Barrett, Robert Meyers and Debra Zukonik


The Coronavirus, or COVID-19, is causing a major disruption to all of our lives. It has undoubtedly affected every industry in one way or another, and the factoring industry is no exception. This webinar will feature an open roundtable discussion with four moderators that will pose questions to the group. Attendees will discuss various topics related to COVID-19 and how senior executives are mitigating the risk in the midst of this crisis. Breakout rooms will be utilized for more intimate discussions and participation.


The Venue: Webinar

The Schedule:

  • Wednesday, October 28, 2020 - 11am - 12:30pm PDT (Pacific Time Zone)

Topics:

  • TBA (Timely topics selected closer to event date)

Moderators:

  • Jay Atkins - President, Seacoast Business Funding - a division of Seacoast Bank
    Jay is a 30 year Commercial Finance Executive, holding titles as CEO or President within the Factoring industry for the last 20 years. Jay currently serves as President of Seacoast Business Funding.
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  • Robyn Barrett - Managing Member, FSW Funding
  • Robyn founded Arizona-based Factors Southwest, LLC in 2001. In 2011, Factors Southwest, LLC began operating as FSW Funding to reflect the company’s expansion nationally. In addition to her bachelor’s, Robyn holds a master’s degree in business administration from Grand Canyon University and is an active member of numerous industry organizations including: American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA); Arizona Society of Certified Public Accountants (ASCPA); Turnaround Management Association (TMA); Risk Management Association (RMA); International Factoring Association (IFA); Secured Finance Network, and the Association for Corporate Growth.
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  • Robert Meyers - Head of Origination and Marketing, Republic Business Credit
  • Robert puts into practice more than 15 years of commercial finance experience. Currently, Robert serves as the President for the Turnaround Management Association Midwest Chapter, SF Net Executive Committee Member and past President of the Midwest Chapter of the Secured Finance Network. Robert is a graduate of the University of Chicago and holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management. Robert was awarded the SF Net’s Top 40 Under 40 Award in 2016.
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  • Debra Zukonik - Co-Founder & Chief Credit Officer, Dare Capital
    Debra Zukonik is a well-known and respected leader in factoring and asset-based lending, with over 30 years’ experience. Her risk-management expertise is unparalleled in the working capital industry. Prior to joining Dare Capital as Chief Credit Officer, she was the President and Partner of Vertex Financial, a leading Texas-based factor, from 2001 to 2017, and served as Chief Credit Officer of BAMFi from 2017 to 2019.

Fee:

          The fee for this webinar is $125 (IFA Members Only). Price is per attendee.
          Attendees must hold senior executive positions at commercial finance organizations.
          A unique participant ID will be sent to each registered attendee.


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2021 Presidents & Senior Executives Meeting

Presidents and Senior Executives of factoring organizations have unique needs. One of the best ways to help with your strategic planning is to spend time discussing those issues with other Presidents and Senior Executives in the factoring industry. This meeting is designed to facilitate that discussion.

The second component of our meeting will concentrate on networking. We will begin on Wednesday evening with a Welcome Reception. Breakfast and lunch will be held together to give you a chance to network with the other attendees. Dinner on Thursday evening will also be included.

The Venue: Candado Vanderbilt Hotel- San Juan, Puerto Rico

The Schedule:

  • Thursday & Friday, January 28 - 29, 2021

Some of the Topics Covered:

  • State of the Industry
  • Marketing
  • Negotiations
  • How to Generate Business in 2020
  • Regulations
  • Planning for the Future
  • Funding Options
  • New Products
  • Legal Issues
  • Fintech
    Additional Topics TBA 

Moderators:

  • Nick Hart - President, Sallyport Commercial Finance, LLC
    Nick moved to California after serving as the Managing Director of Bibby Factors Yorkshire Limited UK from 2002 to 2008. In this role, he led the launch of and established the office in Yorkshire and took over the management for the North East of England (Sunderland). Prior to Bibby, Nick worked for Alex Lawrie Factors (part of Lloyds Bank) where he managed an approximately $65 million portfolio of 1,000 clients and a staff of 45 employees. Before joining Lloyds Bank, Nick spent five years at Deloitte & Touche in Leeds, London, Luxembourg, and Abu Dhabi. Nick received a Bachelors in Science (with Honors) in Business Studies from the Bradford University Business School. He is currently a Board Member of the California Fashion Association and Fundraising Committee Member of City of Hope. Nick is married and has four children. He likes to play and collect guitars. He is an avid motorist and has owned several collectible sports cars and holds a National B race license.
     
  • George Thorson - Executive Vice President, Triumph Business Capital
  • George has more than 36 years of experience in commercial finance including factoring, asset based lending, business evaluations, loan work out and field auditing. Prior to joining Triumph Business Capital, George was a principal in Collateral Risk Management, Inc. and Credit Support International. George continues to serve as an industry expert and peer educator for the International Factoring Association and the National Association of Credit Managers. George received a B.S. in Accounting from St. Cloud State University, and is an IFA Certified Account Executive in Factoring (CAEF).

Legal Counsel:

  • Michael Ullman, Esq. - Principal, Ullman & Ullman, P.A.
  • Mike graduated from Nova Law School Cum Laude in 1979, is a member of the Florida Bar and has been admitted pro hac vice in courts and arbitration proceedings throughout the country. Ullman & Ullman, P.A., formed in 1980, specializes in all forms of commercial transactions, litigation and arbitration. Mike is co-counsel to and has lectured for the IFA for over a decade and has published numerous articles including: Factoring Specialized Industries and Stories From the Trenches.
  • Bob Zadek, Esq. - Of Counsel, Buchalter
  • Bob is one of the premier attorneys and an expert in the field of factoring. An attorney with the San Diego office of Buchalter, he handles loan documentation, trade finance and letters of credit, loan workouts and bankruptcy. He is a past Chair of the Commercial Financial Services Committee of the Section on Business Law of the American Bar Association, and was a founder and Chair of its Subcommittee on Loan Documentation.
Guest Speaker: TBA
 

Activities: TBA

 

Accommodations:

  • Group rates at the Condado Vanderbilt Hotel start at $329, depending on the view and room size.
  • You can make reservations by clicking here.
  • Room block expires on December 26, 2020.

Airline Discount:

  • United has been designated as an official airline for the conference and is offering a group rate on all flights. To take advantage of the discount call United Airlines at 800-426-1122 or go online to www.united.com and put in Offer Code: ZJRN935354.


Fee:

The fee for this meeting is $1195 (IFA Members Only). This meeting is limited to two attendees per company. Attendees must have a minimum of five years' experience in Factoring.

The meeting will run from 8am - 4pm on Thursday and 8am - 1pm on Friday, with a reception on Wednesday evening and a group dinner on Thursday Evening. The fee includes tuition, course materials, breakfasts, coffee breaks, luncheons, Welcome Reception and the Thursday evening dinner.
 

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  • Tuesday, October 20 - Medical
    • Intro to medical billing and collections
    • Differences between medical factoring and traditional factoring
    • Best practices of medical factoring
    • Case study
To register for any of these events,
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For more information, please email info@factoring.org or call 805-773-0011.

Cancellation Policy:
Due to the ongoing uncertainty regarding COVID-19, the IFA will not charge a cancellation fee if you decide to not attend an in-person event based on concerns around your health or travel. For information on policies with online events, please refer to specific program registration pages or contact the IFA with inquiries.
 

The International Factoring Association is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA), as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.learningmarket.org.

The IFA will assist with applications to receive continuing legal education. To receive CLE credits, participants will need to submit all documentation to their accrediting states for approval. For more information, please contact Heather Villa at info@factoring.org or 805-773-0011 ext 301.

The IFA offers CAEF credits for upcoming programs. For information on approved programs and courses, please contact Terri Baker at info@factoring.org or 805-773-0011 ext 303.