2018 NEAMA Upcoming Meetings:


2018 NEAMA Annual Spring Seminar

Date: March 15, 2018
Time: Registration begins at 8:30am; Meeting will begin at 9:00am
Place: Radisson Chelmsford-Lowell, 10 Independence Drive, Chelmsford, MA 01826

Guest Speakers Include:

Leigh Ann Tribou, Senior Consultant, CAPCO


Daniel Morrill, CPA, Wolf & Co.


Mayte A. Rivera, Deputy Commissioner Depository Institutions - Consumer Protection and Outreach, Massachusetts Division of Banks


Joseph A. Camillo, Jr., Esq., Managing Partner of Default Servicing, Shechtman Halperin Savage, LLP


Paul Mulligan, Risk and Compliance Manager, MassHousing


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*** Important Deadlines ***

NEAMA Scholarship Application Deadline
March 17, 2018

*** Save the Date – June 7, 2018 ***

NEAMA Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament
More info to follow...




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