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 Legal and Compliance

Benefits & Legal Help for CICM Members. Jackie Ray, Head of Commercial Recoveries for Brethertons LLP looks at Outcome Focused Regulation and provides an Insolvency update (England) ARTICLE October 2011

Article1 Oct 2011
 Legal and Compliance

Insolvency news. Chris Laughton, Editor of Recovery Manager provides the latest news from the world of insolvency (England) ARTICLE September 2011

Article1 Sep 2011
 Legal and Compliance

Impartial Arbitration - but only if you're small enough. The severe limitations of the Financial Ombudsman Service. Tom Thatcher highlights the lack of support SMEs experience and poor service from their banks (England) ARTICLE September 2011

Article1 Sep 2011
 Credit Risk

The turn of a card. Ian Mann, PCI DSS Qualified Security Assessor with ECSC Ltd examines how the risk of card fraud can impact upon your organisation and the role of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (England) ARTICLE September 2011

Article1 Sep 2011
 Credit Risk

Houses of straw. Rachel Hutton, Professional Support Lawyer at Optima Legal explains how the long awaited FSA thematic review is helping lenders to reduce fraud risks ARTICLE September 2011

Article1 Sep 2011
 Legal and Compliance

Fashionable arrangements. Peter Walker looks at Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVA) and the demise of two clothing shops ARTICLE September 2011

Article1 Sep 2011
 Credit Risk

International Trade - Russia. Andrea Kirkby reports ARTICLE September 2011

Article1 Sep 2011
 Credit Risk

Country Risk Assessment Update - Greece and Luxembourg.  Coface look at country and sector risk assessment ARTICLE September 2011

Article1 Sep 2011
 Credit Risk

Reasons to be cheerful. Atradius plan to keep cover available to Britain's businesses, despite the ongoing economic volatility ARTICLE September 2011 

Article1 Sep 2011
 Best Practice

Jam and Jerusalem.  Derek Scott describes his attempts to preserve dignity after he found himself in a pickle with the Women's Institute (WI) ARTICLE September 2011

Article1 Sep 2011
 Credit Risk

Country Focus - Belgium. Creditsafe look at trading with companies in Belgium ARTICLE September 2011

Article1 Sep 2011
 Legal and Compliance

Benefits & Legal Help for CICM Members. Jackie Ray, Head of Commercial Recoveries for Brethertons LLP looks at Insolvency Practitioner's Association Honour and Bribery Act guidance ARTICLE September 2011

Article1 Sep 2011
 Legal and Compliance

HR matters.  Gareth Edwards, Partner at Veale Wasbrough Vizards examines cases of covert surveillance and unfair dismissal ARTICLE September 2011

Article1 Sep 2011
 Legal and ComplianceInsolvency News. Chris Laughton, Editor of Recovery Magazine, provides the latest news from the world of insolvency (England) ARTICLE August 2011Article1 Aug 2011
 Credit RiskExporting Our Way to success. Creditsafe look at trading with companies in Belgium ARTICLE August 2011Article1 Aug 2011
 Credit RiskA point of reference. Sean Feast, Editor of Credit Management, puts a series of questions to an expert panel of senior executives from leading credit reference agencies (England) ARTICLE August 2011Article1 Aug 2011
 Best PracticeA new mental state. Chloe Willis, Training Manager at The Money Advice Trust, reports on how creditors are supporting customers with mental health difficulties ARTICLE August 2011Article1 Aug 2011
 Skills BuilderLend me your ears. Derek Scott describes how some fateful car parking led him into the world of public speaking and offers his insight on the daunting task of addressing an audience ARTICLE August 2011Article1 Aug 2011
 Credit RiskLast man standing. Peter Banyard comments on a case of back stabbing in the banking sector, Italian style ARTICLE August 2011Article1 Aug 2011
 CareerBuilding confidence. In the latest in a series of interviews with senior executives of industry associations and their attitudes to credit, Sean Feast, Editor of Credit Management, speaks to Julia Evans, Chief Executive of the National Federation of Builders ARTICLE August 2011Article1 Aug 2011
 Credit RiskView from the Sea Front. David Andrews out and about with his Credit Crunch Ometer and Charles de Gaulle's massive hooter ARTICLE August 2011Article1 Aug 2011
 Credit RiskBusinesses fail to protect themselves from late payers. The Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM) explains why businesses are failing to make use of publicly available date that could protect them from poor payers ARTICLE July 2011Article1 Jul 2011
 Credit RiskCountdown to calamity. The Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM) explains why extended payment terms are not good for the economy ARTICLE July 2011Article1 Jul 2011
 CareerRaising a glass. Charlie Robertson, Credit Manager, explains why the most important personal qualities required by a credit manager are tact and diplomacy, and the ability to take a decision and defend it reasonably ARTICLE July 2011Article1 Jul 2011
 Legal and ComplianceInsolvency News. Chris Laughton, Editor of Recovery Magazine, provides the latest news from the world of insolvency ARTICLE July 2011Article1 Jul 2011
 Credit RiskAbridge too far. Glen Bullivant takes a sweeping look at the UK Credit management landscape in the context of a global crisis and the folly of abridged accounts ARTICLE July 2011Article1 Jul 2011
 Best PracticeChinese whispers. Professor Patrick O.Connelly, Founder and Director of the Tao Institute, explains how the Tao Institute came into existence and the evolution of the International Credit Risk Programme (China) ARTICLE July 2011Article1 Jul 2011
 Legal and ComplianceBattle of the aisles. Charles Wilson, Managing Director of Lovetts comments that with the advent of "Tesco Law" credit managers need to prepare for a new era in debt recovery ARTICLE July 2011Article1 Jul 2011
 Credit RiskRepetition repetition. Chris Sanders, Director of Business Change Partners, considers the repeated mistakes made when trouble looms ARTICLE July 2011Article1 Jul 2011
 Best PracticeGiving your buyers a workout. The Institute of Credit Management (ICM) and Atradius explain how to assess the creditworthiness of a business ARTICLE July 2011Article1 Jul 2011
 Legal and ComplianceGuaranteed Success. Peter Walker explains why guarantees are supposed to provide some security for creditors, but guarantors can be in financial difficulties too ARTICLE July 2011Article1 Jul 2011
 Credit RiskUnlucky charm. Matthew Wales, The Principal of Wales & Co solicitors considers Emerald Isle, with the key advice being to act early, especially in these uncertain times ARTICLE July 2011Article1 Jul 2011
 Legal and ComplianceStrong arm tactics. Martin Williams, Head of External Affairs at Graydon UK, examines how UK businesses are taking a harder line against debtors despite the fall in compulsory liquidations ARTICLE July 2011Article1 Jul 2011
 Credit RiskHire authority. Derek Scott concludes his treatise on fraud and the thorny issue of determining when something is "borrowed" rather than stolen ARTICLE July 2011Article1 Jul 2011
 Best PracticeICM creates bespoke training for Verizon. ICM delivers best practice training for Verizon's credit management team ARTICLE July 2011Article1 Jul 2011
 Legal and ComplianceInsolvency news. Chris Laughton provides the latest news from the world of insolvency including the value and importance of pre-packs and the need doff better regulation of Insolvency Practitioners (UK) ARTICLE June 2011Article1 Jun 2011
 Legal and ComplianceDays of judgment. Sean Feast, Editor of Credit Management, asks experts from the world of litigation to answer key questions about the role of the courts and the litigation process in debt recovery (UK) ARTICLE June 2011Article1 Jun 2011
 Credit RiskComment. Keep cash moving against the odds. Advice about the latest position from the Payment Practices Barometer, Atradius' twice yearly international study of payment behaviours (UK) ARTICLE June 2011Article1 Jun 2011
 Legal and ComplianceNumber unobtainable. Frank Card has some issue with the new Office of Communications (Ofcom) rules on silent calls (UK) ARTICLE June 2011Article1 Jun 2011
 Credit RiskView from the (Hove) Sea Front. David Andrews considers over-inflated people tyres and egos (UK) ARTICLE June 2011Article1 Jun 2011
 CareerThanks for the memory. Terry Robinson looks back on a career in credit management spanning 45 years, including the birth of the Credit Services Association (CSA), Federation of European Credit Management Associations (FECMA) and the formation of the Institute of Credit Management's (ICM) Technical Advisory Committee ARTICLE June 2011Article1 Jun 2011
 Credit RiskCountry Focus. Sweden. Creditsafe focus on the country ARTICLE June 2011Article1 Jun 2011
 Best PracticeCapital gains. David Taylor of OnGuard, Sara Binns of Pricewaterhousecoopers (PwC) and Philip King, Chief Executive of the Institute of Credit Management, explain why a new approach to optimising working capital performance positions businesses for growth ARTICLE June 2011Article1 Jun 2011
 CareerMaking the switch. Ceinwen Wilson, Business Director at Hays Credit Management, looks at the issues for employees, and especially credit professionals, to transfer from the public to private sector in the face of government cuts (UK) ARTICLE June 2011Article1 Jun 2011
 Credit RiskCountry Ratings update. Coface analyses the UK and Japan and highlights recent ratings changes in Europe, Asia and the Middle East/Africa ARTICLE June 2011Article1 Jun 2011
 Legal and ComplianceHot under the collar. Derek Scott recalls encounters with fraud in the workplace and discusses an inventive scheme involving radiators dreamed up by some of his criminal-minded colleagues ARTICLE June 2011Article1 Jun 2011
 Legal and ComplianceThe perils of social networks. Jackie Ray, Head of Commercial Recoveries at Brethertons LLP advises on the perils of social networks from a legal perspective ARTICLE June 2011Article1 Jun 2011
 Credit RiskA budget for growth. In response to the announcement of the Budget 2011, Credit Management looks at the reactions of several key industry commentators (England) ARTICLE May 2011Article1 May 2011
 Best PracticeLast orders please. Graham Higgins, Director at BCW Group, argues that it is pointless addressing the symptoms without understanding the root cause, seeing beyond bricks, mortar and cashflow can help to turn a failing business into a prosperous one ARTICLE May 2011Article1 May 2011
 Credit RiskDown on the farm. Mark Tegumen explains the impact of the banks' profligate lending policies and the apparent ambivalence of the previous Government on farms and the wider agricultural sector (UK) ARTICLE May 2011Article1 May 2011
 Best PracticeComment - earning your money - and your buyer's respect. Credit Management, in association with Atradius, provides ten top tips for getting paid ARTICLE May 2011Article1 May 2011
 Legal and ComplianceCourt short. Claire Sandbrook, comments that although debts are rising, the use of the courts to enforce the collections of such debts appears to be on the wane (England) ARTICLE May 2011Article1 May 2011
 Legal and ComplianceKnowing your limit. Peter Walker explains how judges are dealing with the difficulty in interpreting section 78 of the Consumer Credit Act 1974 (England) ARTICLE May 2011Article1 May 2011
 Legal and ComplianceBashing on. Peter Banyard imagines what the fattest of cat might say in a dispute over their bonus ARTICLE May 2011Article1 May 2011
 Credit RiskFeeding the sausage machine. Charles Baughan, Managing Director of Westaway Sausages, comments on the role credit insurance is playing in helping grow his business internationally ARTICLE May 2011Article1 May 2011
 Best PracticeCommitted to being the best. Kevin MacGrail, Head of UK Collections at HSBC, explains that collections is strongly committed to the ongoing coaching, training and development of every member of the team ARTICLE May 2011Article1 May 2011
 Credit RiskThe credit limit conundrum. Glenn Sexton looks at the benefits and drawbacks of credit insurance and its perception in the media ARTICLE May 2011Article1 May 2011
 Legal and ComplianceHR matters. Gareth Edwards, partner in the employment team at Veale Wasbrough Vizards, takes a look at a dust up in a workplace and the new rules on Paternity Leave ARTICLE May 2011Article1 May 2011
 Legal and ComplianceCrime and punishment. Robert Wardle, former Director of the Serious Fraud Office suggests that the proposed creation of an economic crime agency may be poorly timed (England) ARTICLE April 2011Article1 Apr 2011
 Legal and ComplianceA compliant nature. Kenny Johnston, Group Managing Director of Allied International Credit, outlines the stringent demands now placed upon collections agencies by way of compliance (England) ARTICLE April 2011Article1 Apr 2011
 Credit RiskMerlin Magic. Frank Card examines the commitments of Project Merlin and the Big Society Bank and the slow progress towards action rather than words (England) ARTICLE April 2011Article1 Apr 2011
 Best PracticeProject Yourself. Chris Sanders Assessor & Director and founding Partner of Business Change Partners, discusses the importance of consistent communication and having the right team involved in every project ARTICLE April 2011Article1 Apr 2011
 CareerLiving the high life. Robert Turner, President of the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM) speaks to Sean Feast about life in the army, being a High Court judge and a passion for driving diggers (England) ARTICLE April 2011Article1 Apr 2011
 Legal and ComplianceListening Out. John Storrie, Business Support Manager for BCW Group, advises that companies utilising automated calling systems (ACS), which are unfamiliar with Ofcom guidelines, urgently need to take note. Compliance will be the hottest topic affecting outbound operations in 2011 (England) ARTICLE April 2011Article1 Apr 2011
 Credit RiskWhen Irish eyes are watering. Peter Banyard discusses German haircuts and the state of finances in Europe ARTICLE April 2011Article1 Apr 2011
 Legal and ComplianceThe true cost of personal insolvency. Jeremy Sutcliffe, Vice President of the Civil Court Users Association (CCUA) examines the annual insolvency statistics and the lack of interest in the responses paper (England) ARTICLE April 2011Article1 Apr 2011
 Best PracticeBack to the Walls. Steven Law, President of R3, robustly defends his industry against recent media commentary criticising the actions of insolvency practitioners (England) ARTICLE March 2011Article1 Mar 2011
 CareerGoing the distance. Stephen Thomson & Gerry Thomas, Advisory Council representatives, talk about credit communities in remote areas and the art of excuses ARTICLE March 2011Article1 Mar 2011
 CareerA life of chance. Sean Feast talks to the new CICM President, Stephen Baister ARTICLE March 2011Article1 Mar 2011
 Credit RiskSmoke & Mirrors. Stephen Lewis,  Managing Director of the LPL Group, ponders over the real state of the commercial debt market and whether he is living in a parallel universe (England) ARTICLE March 2011Article1 Mar 2011
 Credit RiskPotemkin Villages. Peter Banyard examines the building boom in China and the potential threat to its economy ARTICLE March 2011Article1 Mar 2011
 Credit RiskView from the Sea Front. David Andrews takes a look at pensions, gobbledegook and wealthy Russians ARTICLE March 2011Article1 Mar 2011
 Best PracticeEmotions or intelligence. Peter Robinson, an accredited emotional intelligence practitioner, looks at how best to optimise a company's greatest assets ARTICLE February 2011Article1 Feb 2011
 Credit RiskDebt Resolution at the crossroads. Andrew Smith, a spokes person for the Debt Resolution Forum and Marketing Director of Clear Debt Group, explains how the pace of change with the debt management sector will catch many by surprise (England) ARTICLE February 2011Article1 Feb 2011
 Legal and ComplianceAn Inspector Calls. David Kerr, former National Chairman of the Insolvency Practitioners Association (IPA)'s principal Regulation Committee, outlines how IPA inspectors are helping to monitor practice and standards for providers of debt management solutions (England) ARTICLE February 2011Article1 Feb 2011
 Best PracticeBeware the Credit Manager with no bad debt. Chris Sanders, Director of Business Change Partners, looks at how to manage credit intelligently ARTICLE February 2011Article1 Feb 2011
 Legal and ComplianceDead on time. Nick Cherry, Site Director of Philips ARTICLE February 2011Article1 Feb 2011
 Legal and ComplianceDe Facto & directors and company failures. Peter Walker examines how de facto directors can be an obstacle for creditors in insolvency cases (England) ARTICLE February 2011Article1 Feb 2011
 Best PracticeShredding the evidence. Frank Card, Freelance Writer on credit management matters, and thinks we should not be impressed with the Financial Services Authority's (FSA) whitewash following the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS)/Fred Goodwin inquiry (England) ARTICLE February 2011Article1 Feb 2011
 Credit RiskGetting paid abroad. Ed Van Den Berg, Operations Director of Octempo : RM begins a series on getting paid abroad, starting with Brazil ARTICLE February 2011Article1 Feb 2011
 Best PracticeBasics of trade credit insurance. Glenn Sexton, Underwriter for Equinox Global, continues his explanation of the basics of credit insurance ARTICLE February 2011Article1 Feb 2011
 Credit RiskThe big squeeze. Martin Williams. Managing Director of Graydon UK, looks at how large corporates are putting the squeeze on their smaller trading partners ARTICLE February 2011Article1 Feb 2011
 Skills BuilderTerrorist, tarts and concrete boots. Derek Scott considers the benefits of further education - with some unexpected results ARTICLE February 2011Article1 Feb 2011
 Credit RiskThe Government should force banks to lend, say SMEs. Sean Feast, Editor of Credit Management, reports on results from Touch Financial, the independent brokers, who spoke to over 300 small business throughout the UK ARTICLE January 2011Article1 Jan 2011
 Credit RiskTowards a brighter future. Sean Feast, Editor of Credit Management, talks to some of the major debt buyers to find that despite a challenging 18 months, the prognosis for 2011 is rather more encouraging ARTICLE January 2011Article1 Jan 2011
 Credit RiskWise Council. Credit Management talks to regional representatives, David Ancliffe, David Thornley and Richard Seadon about how 2011 will play out for the economy (UK) ARTICLE January 2011Article1 Jan 2011
 Legal and ComplianceThe fraud fighter. Sean Feast, Editor of Credit Management, interviews the National Fraud Authority's Chief Executive, Dr Bernard Herdan, to find that the NFA is achieving tangible results (UK) ARTICLE January 2011Article1 Jan 2011
 Credit RiskDrink and be merry? Jeff Seaman, Group Credit Manager of Coe Vintners, considers the challenges facing pubs and bars over the New year and highlights the dangers of fraud posed by expensive fine wines (UK) ARTICLE January 2011Article1 Jan 2011
 Credit RiskView from the Sea Front. David Andrews looks ahead and sees a future with ageing rock stars and an exodus to the States ARTICLE January 2011Article1 Jan 2011
 Credit RiskTime to act. Peter Banyard argues that it is about time to quantify the damage done to the UK economy by the banking sector ARTICLE January 2011Article1 Jan 2011
 Legal and ComplianceHR matters. Gareth Edwards, partner in the employment team at Veale Wasborough Vizards, looks at the changes in paternity leave and agency worker regulations (England) ARTICLE January 2011Article1 Jan 2011
 Best Practice

This publication includes examples of good practice that help consumers address and overcome periods of financial difficulty. Produced by the Addressing Financial Difficulties good practice working party (AFD) and funded by the British Bankers’ Association. The publication includes practical advice from 39 organisations. See also CICM Vulnerability Framework self-evaluation in CICM Knowledge Hub. GUIDANCE 2011

Guidance1 Jan 2011
 Credit Risk

Basics of Trade Credit Insurance Part 1.  Glenn Sexton, in this article looks at the fundamentals of credit insurance in the first of a two part series.  This part focuses on the role of the broker and insurer.  ARTICLE December 2010

Article1 Dec 2010
 Credit Risk

Trade credit management represents an important strategic opportunity for firms to enhance performance, liquidity and profitability. This paper synthesises existing understandings of trade credit, with particular (but not exclusive) reference to the UK, with a view to identifying a research agenda in this field. The size, macroeconomic significance, absence of regulation and presence of significant internal risk associated with trade credit suggest that such an enhanced meta-level understanding of this substantial financial market that ... RESEARCH/WHITEPAPER 2008

Research/whitepaper1 Oct 2008
 Credit RiskThis paper investigates new dimensions in the demand for trade credit in the UK. Based on a unique dataset we are able to measure both the level and the depth of trade credit. We realise this by considering six different metrics for trade credit. We focus on the most prominent theories of trade credit, which is thus modelled as a function of financing, transaction cost, operating cost, and business environment. We find evidence that supports the financing and transaction cost theories only. The results suggest that the level and … RESEARCH/WHITEPAPER 2008Research/whitepaper1 Sep 2008
 Best Practice

This article reports results of research regarding many areas of credit management and the role it plays as a core function within an organisation by Professor Salima Paul. It aimed to shed light on policies and practices in UK companies and then examine different ways firms can use trade credit management proactively as a competitive weapon that can play a significant role in strategic decision making and have an impact on overall efficiency, liquidity, profitability and long-term survival ... RESEARCH/WHITEPAPER 2007

Research/whitepaper1 Jan 2007
    
 Credit Risk

Services back on track as overall credit picture remains mixed.  Sean Feast, Managing Editor and Alex Simmons, Assistant Editor, Gravity, review the UK's Credit Managers' Index (CMI), the quarterly barometer from the CICM.  ARTICLE June 2018

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 Legal and Compliance

Regulation - the natural tensions.  David Kerr MCICM, Insolvency Practitioner, asks, will the current reviews to regulatory arrangements bring about change? (England).  ARTICLE June 2018

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 Credit Risk

Class act.  Sean Feast, Managing Editor, Gravity, speaks to Klaus-Anders Nysteen, the new CEO of Hoist Finance, about the pan-European market for debt purchase, new asset classes and the Royal Navy's tradition for sticky buns and tea.  ARTICLE June 2018

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