Bankruptcy Reform Effort Needs Input of Credit Professionals (Re: YOU)

To garner critical opinions on various potential bankruptcy reform platforms being considered by NACM’s Government Affairs Committee, we urge you to complete this month’s critically important survey at
http://www.nacm.org/nacm-monthly-survey.html. The monthly survey will close on Friday at approximately noon (PST).

NACM’s Government Affairs Committee has been hard at work for months investigating possible recommendations for changes to the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. The Committee comprises nearly a dozen veteran credit managers, one professional lobbyist, members of the NACM-National staff and two highly regarded bankruptcy attorneys. Support for or opposition against a particular issue truly can make a difference in convincing federal lawmakers to support altering the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, hopefully for the betterment of the entire trade credit industry.

- Brian Shappell, CBA, CICP, NACM managing editor and government affairs liaison
Don't miss your chance to be heard. Answer NACM's latest survey on bankruptcy reform
here. In appreciation for your participation in this critically important survey, you will earn .5 Roadmap points toward an NACM designation and a chance to win a FREE teleconference registration.

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