Through our active involvement with these organizations, we know and understand the concerns and issues facing your industry.
Association of Credit and Collection Professionals (ACA) - Member
ACA International, the Association of Credit and Collection Professionals, is the comprehensive, knowledge-based resource for success in the credit and collection industry. Founded in 1939, ACA brings together third-party collection agencies, law firms, asset buying companies, creditors and vendor affiliates, representing more than 230,000 industry employees. ACA establishes ethical standards, produces a wide variety of products, services and publications, and articulates the value of the credit and collection industry to businesses, policymakers and consumers.
Community Bankers Association of Georgia (CBA) - Member
The Community Bankers Association of Georgia (CBA) was created in 1969 as a way to pool community bank resources for political representation. Today, the Association has approximately 160 community bank members who utilize four main areas of service: Education, Networking, Group Purchasing and Political Affairs. CBA is committed to enhancing community banking in Georgia, and our staff is available to assist you in a variety of ways. We are the only organization in Georgia that represents the interests of community banks exclusively.
Greater Atlanta Credit Union Chapter (GACU) - Annual Sponsor
National Association of Credit Union Service Organizations (NACUSO) - Member
The National Association of Credit Union Service Organizations (NACUSO) was formed in 1984 to help credit unions explore the use of CUSOs and the delivery of non-traditional products and services. Over the years, NACUSO’s focus has evolved to helping credit unions form multi-owned CUSOs and participate in collaboration and the cooperative business model.
The National Creditors Bar Association (NARCA) - Member
The Harmonie Group - Member
The firm is a proud member of The Harmonie Group, an invitation only national network of elite and vetted law firms providing defense services to corporations, TPA's, insurance companies, RRG's, and captives. Each firm must meet the organizations standards, ethics and values before being invited to join. Potential Harmonie Group members were identified from contacts in the following areas: the risk industry, the International Association of Defense Counsel, the Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel, the Defense Research Institute, the American Bar Association Sections, and from law firms having a Martindale Hubbell, AV rating. The founding members, and later the organization as a whole, carefully identified quality firms in jurisdictions across the country, from which the best of the best were chosen to join The Harmonie Group. Harmonie lawyers practice in all fifty states.