2015 Convention Sessions
Stay informed and on top of legal and regulatory issues facing dealers today
This session moderated by SubPrime Auto Finance News senior editor Nick Zulovich will highlight potential impact of the latest compliance moves made by state and federal regulators. Expert analysis will be offered by Hudson Cook partner Allen Denson as well as Shaun Petersen, who is NIADA’s senior vice president of legal and government affairs. This session will give attendees crucial takeaways so they can update their own compliance strategies.
Lois Greisman - Federal Trade Commission
Congressman Henry Cuellar, Texas
Daniel Mosteller - Department of Justice
Derrick Witherspoon, Sirena Bazile and Ernie Weiss - Department of Labor
Keynote - Ralph Reed, Faith & Freedom Coalition
Industry Collaboration - A Unified Government Affairs Approach- 2016 NIADA Education Session Preview
Market Update & Leadership Panel - 2016 NIADA Education Session Preview
The Affordable Care Act Small Business Management Tips - 2016 NIADA Education Session Preview
Customer Contact - The Compliance of Technology - 2016 NIADA Education Session Preview
Dealing with Open Recalls - 2016 NIADA Education Session Preview
Advertising Compliance - 2016 NIADA Education Session Preview
The Current State of Credit Reporting- A Panel Discussion - 2016 NIADA Education Session Preview
Making Your Forms Work For You
Keep the Money You Collect Preview
Managing the Risk Posed by Your Service Providers
Writing the Right Report Fair Credit Reporting Act
Building Your Own Fort Knox Data Secirity
Regulatory and Legislative Updates 2015
Streamlining the Recovery Process
Panelists include Terry Groves, Jose Mendiola, Jerry Kroshus, Scott Peters, and Claudia Plascencia. Moderated by Cort DeHart. This presentation was filmed at Used Car Week in Scottsdale, Arizona.
AFSA Legislative and Regulatory Update
Chris Stinebert, president of AFSA, focuses on the issues facing finance sources in Congress and state legislatures including a comprehensive review of enforcement actions taken and anticipated by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Learn how these changes will impact your operations. This presentation was filmed at Used Car Week in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Looking to the Future - How Laws and Regulations Will Change How You Do Business
Grassroots Panel NLC 2015
Gus Camacho, Arlan Kuehn, Karen Wrye, Todd O'Connell and Wayne Jones discuss the benefits of grassroots involvement within our association. Marty Coates moderates this session from our annual National Leadership Conference in Washington DC.
FTC Regulatory Update - NLC 2015
Malini Mithal presents the regulatory update from the Federal Trade Commission at the annual National Leadership Conference in Washington D.C.
NIADA Legislative Update - NLC 2015
Preview - Making Your Forms Work For You
Many dealers struggle with getting their forms right. There is an ever-present burden of contract form and document maintenance. How can you effectively manage the constantly changing consumer finance regulations? There is a serious struggle among even the most organized dealerships with challenges associated with the cost, effort and time of maintaining compliant documents and meeting the needs of their lenders.Speaker: Chip Zyvoloski, Senior Attorney, Compliance Services, Wolters Kluwer Financial Services
Preview - Keep The Money You Collect
Debt collection related enforcement actions from federal and state regulators are on the rise. In the coming months, the CFPB will announce a new rule that is expected to overhaul the debt collection requirements, including for those collecting their own debt. This session, hosted by a well-known BHPH dealer and his attorney, will include a discussion of what you can and cannot do when collecting on your accounts so you keep your money. Speaker: Jeff Ingram, Partner, Galese and Ingram, PC and Pokey Brimer, Owner of Pokey Brimer Auto Sales
Preview - Writing the Right Report - Fair Credit Reporting
FCRA compliance has been a hot button issue for the CFPB since its doors first opened. In the past year, the Bureau has settled multiples cases against finance companies, including a dealer, for alleged violations of this law. Don't miss this discussion and tips from the experts. Speakers: Tom Hudson & Eric Johnson, Hudson Cook, LLP
Preview - Building Your Own Fort Knox: Data Security
It seems that not a day goes by without a report of a data breach potentially impacting financial well-being of some unsuspecting individual. As a dealer who collects a customer’s sensitive information, you must establish procedures for securing this information in your possession. Come and learn what the law expects of you and how you can put practical solutions into place. Speaker: Steve Levine, Chief Legal Officer, SecureClose
Preview - 2015 Regulatory and Legislative Update
Shaun Petersen, NIADA Regulatory Counsel; Sante & Michael Esposito, NIADA Lobbyists