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About the NACM Connect Credit Conference

Go behind the scenes, and join your co-workers for an A-List time at this year’s “Lights, Camera, Credit!” conference. The NACM Connect affiliates and the NACM Connect Institute of Credit are ready for a star-studded event at this year’s movie themed Credit Conference, on November 15-16, at the Sheraton Indianapolis Hotel at Keystone Crossing in Indianapolis, IN.


This year’s program includes 16 educational sessions on a variety of topics designed for experienced credit and financial professionals, as well as those that are new to the industry.

The conference will teach you how to become even better at what you do—while also providing you the opportunity to connect with like-minded people in your industry that have the same questions, concerns and issues as you. You’ll gain insight into the experiences of others who face challenges similar to yours. You’re guaranted to return to the office inspired with new ideas, points-of-view and solutions you can share.

Your team is important to any organization. This year's conference will teach you how to become better at what you do best—minimizing risks to your company.

What You'll Get from Attending:

  • Learn from expert speakers from across the country, who are specialists in their fields.
  • Connect with and learn from industry peers.
  • Earn Continuing Education Units, CCE recertification points and ICCE recertification points from the educational sessions you attend. You will also earn roadmap and participation points.
  • Get introduced to the latest products and services available to improve your job performance.
  • Learn about the current business climate and key industry issues.
  • Reconnect with old friends while making new ones.
  • Demonstrate your commitment to your profession.

Your Registration Package Includes:

  • General sessions.
  • Continental breakfasts and buffet lunches.
  • First night networking reception.
  • Exhibit hall entry and contests.
  • Morning and afternoon breaks & refreshments.
  • Two full days of concurrent educational sessions.