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18th Annual NACCA/AFSA
State Government Affairs & Legal Issues Forum

Radisson Blu Hotel • Minneapolis, MN • June 16, 2016
Law Committee | June 13-14, 2016
Ancillary Product Working Group | June 15, 2016
State Government Affairs Committee | June 15, 2016
Operations & Regulatory Compliance Committee | June 17, 2016 

About the Forum

The purpose of the Forum is to provide an in-depth update on important issues affecting the industry at the state level. The Forum is held jointly with the National Association of Consumer Credit Administrators (NACCA). The Forum will focus on borrowing trends; cyber security; collections; the history of consumer credit; the best and worst of the examination process; Military Lending Act regulations, SCRA and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's (CFPB) forthcoming small dollar loan rule; and more. The conference will be an excellent opportunity to participate in discussions on timely issues, work with industry leaders and meet your state regulator at joint educational sessions.

The Forum is being held in conjunction with the AFSA Law Committee, Ancillary Product Working Group, State Government Affairs Committee, and Operations & Regulatory Compliance Committee meetings.

Who Should Attend?

Only current AFSA members and companies eligible for membership (as well as invited speakers and guests) are permitted to attend this conference.

AFSA members provide consumer credit, including traditional installment loans, direct and indirect vehicle financing, mortgages, payment cards, and retail sales finance. AFSA members do not provide payday or vehicle title loans.


The National Association of Consumer Credit Administrators was formed in 1935 to improve the supervision of consumer credit agencies and to facilitate the administration of laws governing these agencies. This includes providing a forum for the exchange of information among its members and educating the public through its Consumer Education Committee.

NACCA presently has members from 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and Alberta, Canada. Its members primarily license and regulate non-depository institutions such as finance companies, mortgage companies, small loan companies, pay day lenders, pawnbrokers and other similar types of industries.

NACCA also holds an annual examiner compliance training school in addition to its annual meeting. The annual meeting includes a one day joint program with consumer finance company members of the American Financial Services Association (AFSA).