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‘What’s New in Compliance’ to be Discussed by Compliance Pros at NADA

CRYSTAL LAKE, IL, March 15, 2016 – From the CFPB’s encroaching influence on dealer finance and insurance practices to new challenges in human resources to increasing cyber crime exposures and day-to-day OSHA and EPA requirements, dealers in 2016 juggle considerable change.

“Dealership compliance in 2016 is increasingly difficult, given so many regulatory and social influences on the business today. Dealers want answers – and prefer not to wade through paperwork to find them, and we’re at NADA in Las Vegas again this year to provide direction,” said Terry Dortch, president, Automotive Compliance Consultants.

Dealers and their staff can visit the company at Booth 468C, where the compliance firm’s general counsel and vice president David Missimer also will answer questions, review why the CFPB is pushing dealers to adopt Compliance Management System software and practices, and address dealers’ other compliance challenges.

Also offering guidance will be representatives from Automotive Compliance Consultant’s network and data compliance partner, Nuspire Networks.     

Third-party access to the dealer management system for additional data applications needed by  CRM, data mining, lead generation systems, for example, are making dealership networks increasingly active targets for cyber criminals, Dortch said.

Automotive Compliance Consultants specializes in dealership and auto finance compliance, providing in-dealership consultations and analysis, compliance audits and training, and offers solutions for all compliance needs. The Automotive Compliance Consultants staff has extensive experience in the retail automotive industry and focuses exclusively on dealership compliance issues. For information, contact terry_dortch@compliantnow.com  or visit www.compliantnow.com

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