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Events

Date Meeting Venue Location
June
20 - 21
The Law & Business of Factoring
Hybrid Training Class

 
Planet Hollywood
 
Las Vegas, NV
or Online
June
23 - 24
Account Executive/Loan Officer
Hybrid Training Class

 
Planet Hollywood
 
Las Vegas, NV
or Online
July
18 - 19
 
Sales & Marketing for Factors
in the Digital Era - Training Class
Planet Hollywood
 
Las Vegas, NV
Sept
7 - 9
 
Annual Transportation Meeting Westin Seattle Seattle, WA
October
20 - 21
Transportation Factoring Account
Executive - Training Class

 
Planet Hollywood Las Vegas, NV

Event details will be posted below as they become available

 

 


The Law and Business of Factoring Hybrid Training Class
with Bob Zadek, Esq., Buchalter

Bob Zadek's information-packed 2-day course - complete with a full set of superior forms he developed - is designed to help novices and seasoned factoring professionals, attorneys, and accountants build and strengthen their factoring know-how. His unique program devotes considerable time to revenue enhancing techniques and will increase your awareness of the factoring industry's challenges and opportunities. This powerfully presented program provides the opportunity to learn about the most recent and relevant legal issues in today's factoring industry. This training class will be offered in a live hybrid format, so you can attend in-person or online. 

The Venue: Planet Hollywood Resort - Las Vegas, NV or Online Via Zoom

The Schedule:

  • Monday & Tuesday, June 20 - 21, 2022
  • 7:30am - 3:00pm each day (Pacific Time Zone)

Learning Objectives:

  • Add Revenue Enhancing Provisions To Your Contracts
  • Sell Factoring By Diffusing Resistance To High APRs
  • Get the Edge Over Other Competing Secured Creditors
  • Get All You Can From The Notification Letter, Invoice, Acknowledgement And UCC Filing
  • Deal Effectively With The Internal Revenue Service
  • Eliminate Dilution And Deflect Account Debtor Claims
  • Make Your Guaranties "Litigation Proof"

Topics Covered:

  • The Law and Business of Factoring
  • Factoring Law - Usury And Bankruptcy Issues
  • Latest Case Developments
  • Factoring Without Recourse - What It Is - When To Do It
  • Pricing Options And Issues
  • Priority Issues - Where The Game Is Won And Lost
  • Taking Out Another Lender - The Right Way To Do It
  • Internal Revenue Service Issues
  • Specific Industries To Avoid/Pursue
  • Account Debtor Issues
  • Assessing Account Debtor Quality
  • Enforcing Claims After Default
  • Additional Financial Products You Can Sell To Clients

Instructor:

  • Bob Zadek, Esq. - 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.

Accommodations:

  • A special rate at the Planet Hollywood of $139 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 make reservations by calling Planet Hollywood at 866-317-1829 and ask for the SMIF12 rate.
  • Or you can reserve a room online by clicking here
  • Room block expires on May 20, 2022.

Fee:

          The fee for this meeting is $1495 ($1595 for Non-Members)

Special Discounts:

  • Past attendees from this course will receive 50% off.
  • Bring 3 attendees for the price of 2.
  • Register the same attendee for this course and the AE-LO Training Course and receive a $100 total discount.
  • Please call 805-773-0011 to receive these discounts.
The meeting will run from 7:30am - 3pm  (Pacific Time Zone) both days. A 15 minute morning break, 15 minute afternoon break and a 1 hour lunch will be included. The fee includes tuition and course materials (including all legal forms). The in-person registration includes continental breakfasts, coffee breaks and luncheons both days. With the exception of meals, because of the hybrid interaction, the in-person and virtual attendee will have a similar experience during this training class. Virtual attendees will be in a live online classroom environment where they can pose questions to the speaker throughout the class. Price is per attendee. A unique participant ID will be sent to all virtual attendees.

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


Register Here >>
 




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: Planet Hollywood Resort - Las Vegas, NV or Online Via Zoom

The Schedule:

  • Thursday & Friday, June 23-24, 2022
  • 7:30am - 2:00pm each day (Pacific Time Zone)

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, a division of Oxford Commercial Finance
  • 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. - Partner - 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 two decades.
  • Jared Ullman, Esq. - Partner - Ullman & Ullman, P.A.
  • Jared Ullman is a Partner with the law firm Ullman & Ullman, P.A. located in Boca Raton, Florida. Ullman & Ullman has been co-counsel to the International Factoring Association for over 20 years, and has been advising and counseling factors and lenders for over four decades. Jared represents factors, forfaiting companies and various asset-based lenders and has experience in bankruptcy, restructuring and other commercial transactions as well as commercial litigation. He also has experience managing securitized institutional loans with value in excess of $50 million.

Accommodations:

  • A special rate at Planet Hollywood of $139 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
  • You can make reservations by calling Planet Hollywood at 866-317-1829 and request the SMIF22 rate.
  • Room block expires on May 24, 2022.

Fee:

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

The meeting will run from 7:30am - 2pm (Pacific Time Zone) on Thursday and Friday. A 15 minute morning break, 15 minute afternoon break and a 1 hour lunch will be included. The in-person registration includes continental breakfasts, coffee breaks and luncheons both days. With the exception of meals, because of the hybrid interaction, the in-person and virtual attendee will have a similar experience during this training class. Virtual attendees will be in a live online classroom environment where they can pose questions to the speaker throughout the class. Price is per attendee. A unique participant ID will be sent to all virtual attendees.

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

Register Here >>

 



Sales & Marketing for Factors in the Digital Era Training Class

The Sales and Marketing for Factors in a Digital Era training class will provide sales managers, marketing managers, and other decision makers such as presidents and senior executives the insight needed to effectively craft a digital marketing strategy, fine tune their sales force, and to ensure all your sales and marketing strategies are working together to be as productive as possible.

The Venue: Planet Hollywood Resort - Las Vegas, NV

The Schedule:

  • Monday & Tuesday, July 18-19, 2022
  • 8:00am - 4:00pm each day (Pacific Time Zone)

Topics:

  • How do I get started and what do I do first?
    The importance of having a functioning relationship between sales and marketing
    10 actionable steps to get your sales and marketing aligned fast
    Customer lifetime value – what it is and why it’s so important
    How to figure out the value of a lead
    Selecting and developing the best sales channels for your organization
    Budgeting for marketing activities
    Goal setting strategies that will set your factoring business up for success
    6 ways to establish meaningful targets for your sales team
    Tips to effectively manage outside sales personnel
    Building, training, and maintaining internal staff
    Lead generation channels
    CRM best practices
    On-line lead tracking
    5 ways to use an auto-attendant effectively for sales and marketing
    Who is looking for factoring on the internet
    What you should do with unqualified leads
    How to successfully manage your online reputation
    5 strategies for getting more client testimonials and how to use them effectively
    How to grow your business through client referrals
    How to develop referral partners and effectively manage that process
    Building a personal brand
    Role of influencer marketing in factoring
    How to scale your marketing with content creation and repurposing of content
    How to best use marketing analytics and the importance of key performance indicators
    Direct vs indirect marketing
    Specific marketing techniques such as paid ads, geofencing, conventions, SEO, special events, promotional items, memberships, and sponsorships
    Lessons learned from investing in websites

Instructors:

  • Eric Baca - VP, Senior Marketing Manager, Triumph Business Capital
  • Eric is the vice president, senior marketing manager for Triumph Business Capital (TBC), a specialty finance company that provides working capital and cash flow management solutions to the ground transportation industry. With 15 years of experience, Eric leads the strategic vision and execution of TBC’s national marketing and brand-building initiatives, supporting the company’s inside and outside sales organizations. In his role, Eric oversees all aspects of Triumph Business Capital’s marketing strategy, including budget allocation and expenditures, which include multi-channel content development, client communications and referral partner programs. During his tenure, Eric has played a critical role in leading and developing communication plans for two major acquisitions, as well as the launch of Triumph’s innovative payment platform, TriumphPay, in 2018. Eric joined Triumph Business Capital in 2017 after 10 years of working across various marketing and communications disciplines, which included writing and editing for regional and national print publications, national event production and consultative and strategic communication work. 
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  • Husam Jandal - Marketing Consultant
  • Husam Jandal is an internationally renowned business strategist and marketing consultant who helps businesses drive growth through innovative marketing and business transformation strategies. Husam is a thought leader, published author, and public speaker with more than 20 years of experience in the digital space, including training Google Partners, teaching e-business at a master's level, receiving multiple Web Marketing Association Awards, and earning many rave reviews from businesses of all sizes. Husam has developed effective growth strategies for Fortune 500 companies, including American Express, PepsiCo, Sanofi, HSBC, and Thomson Reuters, to name a few. Husam is also considered one of the leading growth experts specializing in the Factoring industry with solid results and success stories.
  • Meg Roberson - Senior VP & 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.

Moderator:

  • Philip Cohen - President, Factor Finders, LLC
  • Philip Cohen has been in the factoring industry for over twenty years having founded PRN Funding, a niche player in the healthcare servicers space as well as factoring broker, Factor Finders, a leading referral source for factoring leads.  Having never employed a dedicated Business Development Officer, both companies generate then overwhelming majority of their leads through online efforts.  Currently a board member or the American Factoring Association (AFA) Phil has also served as an Advisory Board member of the International Factoring Association (IFA). Prior to founding PRN Funding, Mr. Cohen spent a decade responsible for corporate joint ventures, strategic alliances and growth initiatives in the medical transcription industry. As Vice President of Corporate Development for Medical Records Corporation, he initiated and finalized the acquisition of 11 medical transcription service companies.  Upon securing a private equity capital infusion, Mr. Cohen coordinated Medical Records Corporation’s merger with two like sized competitors, which resulted in The MRC Group.  Upon merger completion, he assumed the role of Senior Vice President/General Manager. The MRC Group was ultimately sold to MedQuist (MEDQ). Prior to this, Mr. Cohen worked for The Boston Consulting Group. Mr. Cohen has an MBA in Finance from The University of Chicago and a Bachelors of Science in Economics from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

Accommodations:

  • A special rate at Planet Hollywood of $139 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
  • You can make reservations by calling Planet Hollywood at 866-317-1829 and request the SMIFJ2 rate.
  • Room block expires on June 17, 2022.

Fee:

          The fee for this meeting is $995 ($1,095 for Non-Members) This is an in-person meeting only.

The meeting will run from 8am - 4pm (Pacific Time Zone) on Monday and Tuesday. A 15 minute morning break, 15 minute afternoon break and a 1 hour lunch will be included each day. Registration includes continental breakfasts, coffee breaks and luncheons both days.

Planet Hollywood will be following Caesars' extensive health and safety precautions. Click here for more information.

Register Here >>
 



Transportation Factoring Meeting

Transportation 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 Transportation Factors. The purpose of this meeting is to provide a forum with current industry topics for Transportation Factors. This is a unique opportunity to share ideas and learn from others. Along with roundtable group discussions, guest speakers will dive into topics ranging from upcoming changes in the transportation industry, critical transportation issues, current frauds and future trends. There will also be an exhibit hall with vendors that provide services for Transportation Factors.

The Venue: Westin Seattle

The Schedule: September 7-9, 2022

  • Wednesday Welcome Reception: 5:00-7:00pm
  • Thursday: 8:30am - 4:30pm Meeting
  • Thursday Group Dinner: 5:30pm - 7:30pm
  • Friday: 8:30am - 12:00pm Meeting

Moderators:

  • Bryan Alsobrooks - President, Phoenix Capital Group, LLC
  • Bryan Alsobrooks is President of Phoenix Capital Group, LLC (PCG).  PCG is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Gulf Coast Bank & Trust Company and is a nationally recognized provider of working capital solutions to small- to medium-sized transportation companies.  Financing solutions include asset-based lending, accounts receivable financing and factoring, equipment financing and fuel card services.  Headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, with additional offices in Alabama, Georgia, Idaho, Louisiana, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Texas.  Mr. Alsobrooks has over 30 years commercial finance experience and more than 20 years in the transportation industry.  Mr. Alsobrooks is active with the International Factoring Association and has served as past Chairman and Vice Chairman for the North American Credit Manager’s National Transportation Credit Group.  Mr. Alsobrooks received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Austin Peay State University. Bryan is an IFA Certified Account Executive in Factoring (CAEF).

  • Hailey Benton-Thomas - CEO, TBS Factoring Service
  • Hailey Benton-Thomas graduated from Pepperdine University with a B.A. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and then returned to Pepperdine as the recipient of the Dean’s Scholarship where she earned her Juris Doctorate. While at Pepperdine, she competed in advocacy competitions, volunteered in the Los Angeles Homeless Legal Aid and Family Adoption Courts, and clerked with (Retired) Chief Justice Deanell Reece Tacha of the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals. Upon graduation, Ms. Benton-Thomas became a sought after employment law litigator with Floyd, Skeren and Kelly representing clients such as Verizon, Sysco, and several NFL teams. As her career progressed she found her true passion for training and developing others which led her to become the Managing Attorney of the firm’s flagship office and the youngest associate in firm history to be on the partner track. In 2014, Ms. Benton-Thomas made the decision to move her family to Oklahoma to join TBS Factoring Service. During her time with TBS, she became an indispensable member of the team capable of any task assigned of her. When it came time to select a new executive team, Ms. Benton-Thomas was immediately on the short-list of candidates. As Chief Executive Officer, she oversees TBS’ people and processes ensuring that TBS is an employer of choice and a highly efficient business. In addition to her work with TBS, she serves on the board of Oklahoma Humane Society and the Capital Hill High School Advisory Board.
Legal Counsel:
  • David Jencks, Esq. - Attorney, Jencks Law, P.C.
    David is an attorney that has been practicing for over 20 years in the areas of transportation and transportation finance. He represents Factors, Brokers, Freight Forwarders and Motor Carriers in transactional and litigation matters. He is a member of Delta Nu Alpha, the professional fraternity involved in the continuing education of transportation professionals. David earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree at the University of South Dakota and he holds a Juris Doctorate from Hamline University.
Guest Speakers: TBA
Exhibitors:

  • This meeting will feature an exhibit hall with vendors that provide goods and services to the Transportation Factoring industry.
    Click here for
    Exhibitor/Sponsorship Form
    or call 805-773-0011 ext 303 for more information

Accommodations:

  • A special rate at the Westin of $219 has been negotiated for this event. 
  • You can make reservations by calling the Westin at 206-728-1000 and ask for the
    IFA Transportation Meeting rate.
  • Or you can book your room online by clicking here
  • Limited availability. Room block expires on August 17, 2022.

Fee:

          The fee for this meeting is: $995 ($1,095 for Non-Members)

Note: The Transportation Meeting is limited to 3 attendees per Factoring company. We recommend registering early, as this meeting is limited in attendance and has sold out in the past. Attendance for Non-Factoring companies is limited to exhibitors and sponsors.

The meeting will run from 8:30am - 4:30pm on Thursday and 8am - 12pm on Friday. There is a Welcome Reception on Wednesday evening from 5pm - 7pm and a Group Dinner on Thursday evening from 5:30pm - 7:30pm. The registration fee includes tuition, course materials, breakfasts, coffee breaks, Thursday lunch, Welcome Reception, Group Dinner and entrance to exhibit hall.


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Transportation Factoring Training Class for Account Executives

The Transportation Factoring Training Course for Account Executives is dedicated solely to Transportation Factoring professionals, offering detailed and specific transportation information in a classroom setting. If you purchase transportation paper or are considering doing so, don't miss these two days of instruction aimed to build and strengthen your Transportation Factoring knowledge.

The Venue: Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino- Las Vegas, NV

The Schedule:

  • Thursday & Friday, October 20 - 21, 2022

Some of the Topics Covered Will Be:

  •     •   Industry Overview
  •     •   Revenue Enhancing Measures
        •   Comprehensive Auditing and Processing of Transportation Paper
        •   Effective and Targeted Marketing - Landing the New Client
  •     •   Setting up New Clients and Account Debtors
        •   Problem Loads and Mitigation
        •   Transportation Fraud Schemes and Protective Measures
        •   Credit Information - Where to get it and what to do with it
  •     •   Factoring Transportation Brokers and Other Intermediaries
        •   What FMCSA and DOT Compliance Means to you
        •   Customizing the Transportation Factoring Contract
  •     •   Legal Issues
        •   Effective Collection Techniques
  •     •   Additional Products You Can Offer

Instructors:

  • David Jencks, Esq. - Attorney, Jencks Law, PC
    David is an attorney that has been practicing for over 20 years in the areas of transportation and transportation finance. He represents Factors, Brokers, Freight Forwarders and Motor Carriers in transactional and litigation matters. He is a member of Delta Nu Alpha, the professional fraternity involved in the continuing education of transportation professionals. David earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree at the University of South Dakota and he holds a Juris Doctorate from Hamline University.

     
  • Nick Bird - Vice President/ Senior Risk Management Officer, FirstLine Funding Group
  • Nick Bird, Vice President / Senior Risk Management Officer at FirstLine Funding Group monitors the risk of the transportation and general factoring portfolios at FFG. Nick works directly with the President of FFG as well as the Chief Lending Officer of First Bank and Trust. He began his career with First Bank and Trust in January of 2012. Later that year he took the opportunity to move into the factoring division and supervise the credit department at FFG. Nick provides knowledge and confidence when speaking with clients and account debtors. Nick is knowledgeable in the factoring industry and takes the time to evaluate the potential risk in different kinds of freight/product/service that is being produced. Nick is involved in the Young Professionals Group within the IFA and takes part in credit discussion groups within the IFA and NACM/TRMG.
  • Shanel Bonds - Vice President, Chief Risk Officer​, Phoenix Capital Group
  • Shanel Bonds is Vice President, Chief Risk Officer for Phoenix Capital Group, LLC (PCG).  PCG is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Gulf Coast Bank & Trust Company and is a nationally recognized provider of working capital solutions to small- to medium-sized transportation companies.  Financing solutions include asset-based lending, accounts receivable financing and factoring, equipment financing and fuel card services.  Headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, with additional offices in Alabama, Georgia, Idaho, Louisiana, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Texas.  Ms. Bonds has over 15 years commercial finance experience in the transportation industry working all aspects of transportation factoring.  Ms. Bonds is active with the International Factoring Association and prior to her tenure at PCG, she worked 8 years in the retail store property management and accounting industry.

Accommodations:

  • A special rate at the Planet Hollywood of $149 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 make reservations by calling Planet Hollywood at 866-317-1829 and ask for the SMIF32 rate.
  • Or you can reserve a room online by clicking here
  • Room block expires on September 19, 2022.

Fee:

          The fee for this training class is $945 ($1,045 for Non-Members)

The meeting will run from 8am - 4pm on Thursday and 8am - 3pm on Friday. The fee includes tuition, course materials, continental breakfasts, coffee breaks and luncheons.

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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. COVID related cancellations will receive a full account credit for attendance fees. Non-health related cancellations for attendance received on or before 30 days prior to the training course will be charged a 20% penalty. No refunds will be given after this date. Attendee names can be substituted without a penalty.
 

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.