NACM-National and its network of Affiliated Associations are the leading resource for credit and financial management, providing information, products and services for effective business credit and accounts receivable management.
NACM Affiliates are market leaders in the area of credit group services offering more than 1,500 groups across the nation. NACM is committed to assisting every member, meeting their needs and addressing their concerns by offering easy-to-obtain, high-quality products, services and programs.
The NACM Blog is about giving you Credit Real-Time: The Latest in Commercial Credit. You will find up-to-date news and information on all thing affecting B2B credit and financial managers including legislative or legal issues along with relevant trends and tips of the trade. Visit the blog and subscribe.
Credit Managers' Index
Created from a monthly survey of credit and collection professionals, NACM's Credit Managers' Index (CMI) tracks favorable and unfavorable factors in the monthly business cycle. The CMI is a benchmarking and forecasting tool that has gained rapid acceptance within the business and financial community as an economic indicator to both watch and report on. Participants earn on Roadmap Point for participating in 10 surveys in a 12-month period. Sign up to participate.
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Business Credit Magazine
Published 9 times a year, Business Credit magazine serves those responsible for extending business and trade credit and overseeing risk management for their companies. With dedicated staff writers and expert contributors, the magazine will keep you up-to-date on cutting-edge trends and important legislative, bankruptcy, business ethics, trade finance, asset protection, benchmarking and scoring issues—the credit matters that affect the way you do business. Whatever you’re searching for in the world of credit, Business Credit magazine is where you’ll find it. Learn more.
Each issue contains:
- Information about educational events designed specifically for the business credit community
- Features on topics such as technology, outsourcing, software, credit and the Internet, and credit analysis and risk management
- Coverage of state lien law issues
- International articles, including a "Hot Spots" column highlighting a different country each month
- In-depth analysis of legal issues that affect your profession written by the legal professionals that practice them.