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ACDBA 2020 Debt Forum Postponed

ACDBA has made the reluctant decision to postpone the 2020 Debt Forum in light of the unprecedented and fast changing nature of the COVID-19 situation as the safety of delegates, partners and staff was our highest priority.

We apologise for any inconvenience this decision may cause and thank everyone for their understanding of this difficult but appropriate decision given all the issues and current concerns around travelling and attending group events at this time.

ACDBA will reschedule the Debt Forum as soon as possible once the situation involving COVID-19 is clearer.

Those who were registered to attend the event have received an email direct detailing the postponement arrangements.

12 March 2020

ACDBA 2020 Debt Forum

The ACDBA 2020 Debt Forum is in Sydney on Wednesday 25 March 2020 at Doltone House - Hyde Park and the event program has been released. Click here to check out the sessions and speakers addressing contemporary issues for ACDBA members and others in the Collections industry including banks, financiers, regulators and consumer representatives. Register online here. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. regarding exhibiting at the Forum.

27 January 2020

ACDBA Data Snapshot - FY2019 Industry Demographics

Since ACDBA was formed, members have participated in an annual Data Survey.  A Data Snapshot was released today publishing useful metrics of the aggregated Australian collections industry demographics.

ACDBA adopts updated Code

02/12/19: Australian Collectors & Debt Buyers Association (ACDBA) has today released the 2nd Edition Code of Practice (Code) and Code Monitoring Committee Charter (Charter) with operational effect from 1 January 2020.