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 CareerThis CICM webinar provides some guidance on creating your own 'Personal Brand' to support your career in credit, with real life tips to consider and pitfalls to avoid! Broadcast Wednesday 29 March 2017; 13:00 – 13:30 WEBINAR 2017Webinar/presentation1 Apr 2017
 Best PracticeThis CICM webinar will look at the range of payment terms and methods we can offer our customers and how to tailor these to better suit our customer base. It also addresses the use of settlement discount and prompt payment incentives; along with interest for late payment. Broadcast Thursday 30 March 2017; 10:00 – 10:30 WEBINAR 2017Webinar/presentation1 Apr 2017
 CareerThe Hays UK Salary & Recruiting Trends 2017 Guide is based on responses from 17,000 employers and employees, including 3,870 responses from Accountancy & Finance employers and employees. Hays UK also surveyed their database following the EU referendum to get an up-to-date picture of the UK recruitment. This CICM webinar provides valuable insight into Accountancy & Finance market forecasts, trends, compensation and benefits – including how many employees are looking to move jobs in 2017 and why, and whether credit salaries are set for further inflation. Broadcast Thursday 30 March 2017; 13:00 – 13:30 WEBINAR  2017Webinar/presentation1 Apr 2017
 Best PracticeThis CICM webinar explains the background to the Prompt Payment Code, what it has achieved, how buyers can sign up, and how suppliers can use it to their benefit. Presenter: Philip King, CICM Chief Executive. Broadcast: Friday 31 March 2017; 10:00 – 10:15 WEBINAR 2017Webinar/presentation1 Apr 2017
 CareerLooking for funding to upskill and qualify your credit management team? Does your company have a pay bill greater than £3 million? If so, did you know that from April 2017 your company will be paying potentially a huge government level which can be recouped only by using funds to pay for apprenticeship training? Did you know that if you have a smaller pay bill, the government will pay for at least 90% of apprenticeships training (in some cases all)? Join this webinar to find out how you can capitalise on the new credit controller / collector apprenticeships to training and qualify your team and new starters with industry. Presenter: Debbie Tuckwood, CICM Head of Education and Professional Development. Broadcast:Wednesday 29 March 2017; 10:00 – 10:15 WEBINAR 2017Webinar/presentation1 Apr 2017
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Engagement party. Laurie Beagle, CICM Chair, says that one of the key measures of the Chartered Institute of Credit Management's success is the level of engagement from its members ARTICLE March 2017

Article1 Mar 2017
 Legal and Compliance

Standard Financial Statement. With the Standard Financial Statement (SFS) coming into force in April, David Kerr, Chief Executive of the Insolvency Practitioners Association (IPA) explains the entry process and its benefits (England) ARTICLE March 2017

Article1 Mar 2017
 Legal and Compliance

Raising the bar in commercial finance. The independent chair of the Asset Based Finance Association's (ABFA) Professional Standards Council, Lucy Armstrong, considers the regulation of financial services provided to SMEs and looks forward to the year ahead (England) ARTICLE March 2017

Article1 Mar 2017
 Best Practice

Stand and deliver Mike Cherry, National Chairman of Small Businesses (FSB) tells Sean Feast, Editor of Credit Management, about how the FSB is working with the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM) and others to make a stand on late payment (England) ARTICLE March 2017

Article1 Mar 2017
 Career

Tipping point Debbie Tuckwood, Head of Education and Professional Development at the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM), believes that apprenticeships could be the tipping point if credit managers join the apprenticeship revolution ARTICLE March 2017

Article1 Mar 2017
 Credit Risk

The future is now. Pierre Haincour, Credit Limits International, looks back at significant advances in human technology and ponders what next ARTICLE March 2017

Article1 Mar 2017
 Legal and Compliance

Fairness v collection - the FCA credit Manager's dilemma. David Wood, partner at DWF LLP's finance litigation team and an expert on consumer credit regulation, examines some hop topics for credit managers operating in this sector (England) ARTICLE March 2017

Article1 Mar 2017
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Fast movers. David Sheridan of ARC (Europe) considers the year ahead, the role of smaller collections agencies, and the outlook for the Debt Recovery sector in the UK ARTICLE March 2017

Article1 Mar 2017
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What future for foreign exchange options. Lesley Batchelor, Director General of the Institute of Export, warns businesses with exposure to currency fluctuations to be certain of their strategy ARTICLE March 2017

Article1 Mar 2017
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International trade. Monthly Round-up of the latest stories in global trade by Andrea Kirkby, including poor Polish payment practice, cherry-picking emerging markets, US protectionism, demonetisation, signs of increased risk ARTICLE March 2017

Article1 Mar 2017
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Credit Departments drive profitable growth in 2017. Tim Vine, Head of Trade Credit, Europe at Dun and Bradstreet reports ARTICLE March 2017

Article1 Mar 2017
 Career

New CICM careers stand. The CICM Valley Branch have created a buzz around credit by attending 14 school events. The Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM) encourages credit mangers and CICM Branches to follow their lead and book the new careers stand for any local schools and university careers events ARTICLE March 2017

Article1 Mar 2017
 Legal and Compliance

The GDPR and your business. Gareth Edwards, partner in the employment team at Veale Wasbrough Vizards, discusses the changes businesses will need to make on implementation of the GDPR in 2018 (England) ARTICLE March 2017

Article1 Mar 2017
 Skills BuilderA Touch of Humanity. Take care of your customers and the cash will come. Sounds too simple to be true? And does it work when the customer falls behind in their payments? Read on to find out how it pays to take the human approach EBUZZ March 2017Article1 Mar 2017
 CareerCredit managers play a critical role in enabling companies to stay in business, report healthy profits and to grow and attract investment. Discover in this CICM webinar, based on interviewing 500 credit managers, what it takes to make it to the top in credit. Presenter: Karen Young, Director, Hays. Broadcast: Friday 31 March 2017; 13:00 – 13:30 WEBINAR 2017Webinar/presentation1 Mar 2017
 Legal and ComplianceHosted by CICM Legal Partner, DWF LLP, this CICM webinar looks at recent changes to legislation and current trends, sharing “top tips” to recover outstanding debts. Covering, a review of civil justice and late payment statistics; The 'straight-forward' recoveries process; best practice for pre-action; methods of saving costs on issue and streamlining; considerations when enforcing judgments; the ultimate sanction of insolvency; and anticipated developments/changes. Presenter: Jefferson Glenhill, Legal Recoveries Operations Manager, DWF. Broadcast: 1 March 2017; 13:30 – 14:30 WEBINAR 2017Webinar/presentation1 Mar 2017
 Best PracticeThis guide is the first published report based on new research conducted by the University of Bristol in 2016. It provides new data, new insights and new recommendations for organisations working with indebted customers in vulnerable situations (March 2017). See also CICM Vulnerability Framework self-evaluation in CICM Knowledge Hub GUIDANCE 2017Guidance1 Mar 2017
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Word Up: Checking your Small Print.  T&C's can create anything from fear to boredom to utter confusion for many. However, clarifying the purpose of these documents and being aware of the basic pitfalls of their use can be a helpful thing EBUZZ February 2017

Article1 Feb 2017
 Credit Risk

Trading through the Eurozone crisis - "To add to our national woes, insolvencies show no signs of abating. 2011 was a year which, even prior to the Eurozone troubles reaching full throttle, still saw the disappearance of many established names, in the UK and further afield ..."

 1 Jan 2017
 Legal and Compliance

Rule of law. David Kerr, Chief Executive of the Insolvency Practitioners Association, reports on the first new rules to affect insolvency law in 30 years ARTICLE January/February 2017

Article1 Jan 2017
 Legal and Compliance

Fit for purpose. Heather Greig-Smith speaks to leaders within the consumer credit industry about the challenges of the year ahead ARTICLE January/February 2017

Article1 Jan 2017
 Best Practice

Dirty laundry. John Dobson, Chief Executive of Smart Search, looks at the question of Anti Money Laundering (AML) compliance and how automation  is helping the credit manager to mitigate risk ARTICLE January/February 2017

Article1 Jan 2017
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Unmasking fraud. David Thornley, Credit Manager at Fort Vale Engineering provides his expert view and advice on how to prevent fraud and cyber crime ARTICLE January/February 2017

Article1 Jan 2017
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Under siege. Online businesses are facing new threats from fraudsters. Javed Ahmed, Research Student of University of Central Lancashire, and Dr Mahmood Shah, Senior Lecturer in e-business at School of Strategy and Leadership, Coventry University, look at ways to counter them ARTICLE January/February 2017

Article1 Jan 2017
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A blast in time. Sean Feast, Editor at Credit Manager, spends the day with Sam Hall of Rolls-Royce talking about CICMQ, jet engine test beds, and Charlie George! ARTICLE January/February 2017

Article1 Jan 2017
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Big is best. Jay Ingmar, Business Development Manager at Creditforce,  looks at whether big data is simply a buzzword or whether businesses need to change the way they analyse it ARTICLE January/February 2017

Article1 Jan 2017
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What's in store? Lesley Batchelor looks at what could lay ahead in 2017 for international business ARTICLE January/February 2017

Article1 Jan 2017
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International trade. Monthly round-up of the latest stories in global trade by Andrea Kirkby, including Indian oil, pasta from Yarmouth, licks from Brighton and questions, about 2016 being a year of surprises, are commodities on the turn, are interest rates heading up, and has Mexico been trumped? ARTICLE January/February 2017

Article1 Jan 2017
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Made in India. Adam Bernstein advises that India is a huge market waiting to be tapped by exporters ARTICLE January/February 2017

Article1 Jan 2017
 Career

Credit Week. CICM facilitates the Trade Credit stream in 2017 Credit Week (UK) ARTICLE January/February 2017

Article1 Jan 2017
 Legal and Compliance

Out of the big freeze. Peter Walker explains that a freezing order is an expensive, perhaps draconian, means of protection assets that may be needed to pay a potential judgment debt (England) ARTICLE January/February 2017

Article1 Jan 2017
 Credit Risk

Two steps forward and then . . . Jason Braidwood, Head of Sales Ledger Consultancy at Creditsafe Business Solutions, analyses the latest monthly business to business payment performance (UK) ARTICLE January/February 2017

Article1 Jan 2017
 Skills Builder

Been there, done that? Neil Massa, Director of Smarter not Harder, provides not just another article on time management! ARTICLE January/February 2017

Article1 Jan 2017
 Best Practice

Learning Partnership brings success. Dee Weston, Credit Manager at Avnet Technology Solutions, explains three steps to meeting challenges and achieving CICM Centre of Excellence recognition ARTICLE January/February 2017

Article1 Jan 2017
 Legal and Compliance

HR Roundup. Gareth Edward, Partner in the employment team at Veale Wasbrough Vizards, summarises two recent high profile cases and reports on Macmillan's cancer discrimination survey ARTICLE January/February 2017

Article1 Jan 2017
 Career

Knowing your worth. Karen Young, Director at Hays Credit Management, is disappointed with credit professionals not knowing their market worth ARTICLE January/February 2017

Article1 Jan 2017
 Best PracticeUnless you know exactly who you’re trading with, you won’t be able to check if they are good for the amount of credit you need to grant, and you won’t be able to commence legal action effectively if it becomes necessary. The first of twelve Managing Cashflow Guides published by the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM) in association with the UK Government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) provides 6 top tips about knowing your customer GUIDANCE 2017Guidance1 Jan 2017
 Best PracticeIf payment fails to arrive for goods or services you have provided, your cashflow can be under real pressure. Cashflow keeps business in business and – if you think you are being paid on one date and your customer has a different date in mind – you could be in trouble! Making assumptions is dangerous and formally agreeing payment terms in advance is vital. The second of twelve Managing Cashflow Guides published by the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM) in association with the UK Government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) provides 5 top tips about payment terms GUIDANCE 2017Guidance1 Jan 2017
 Best PracticeIf you don’t raise an invoice, you won’t get paid. Invoicing should not be seen as a back-office administrative nuisance. Rather, it is a vital first-step in achieving healthy cashflow. The third of 12 Managing Cashflow Guides published by the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM) in association with the UK Government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) provides 5 top tips about invoicing GUIDANCE 2017Guidance1 Jan 2017
 Best PracticeCashflow keeps business in businessand if you don’t pay your suppliers on time you risk damaging their business or – worse – causing, or contributing to, their failure. You want your invoices paid on time, and you should do the same. It’s not just good business practice and ethical behaviour; it’s also a demonstration of corporate social responsibility. The fourth of 12 Managing Cashflow Guides published by the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM) in association with the UK Government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) provides 5 top tips about treating suppliers fairly GUIDANCE 2017Guidance1 Jan 2017
 Best PracticeThe fact that a business is here today and is creditworthy does not mean that it will be tomorrow, next week or next year – or in fact that it will still be in business. If a customer becomes insolvent and cannot pay money that is due to your business it can be catastrophic, especially if the amount involved is large. Insurance companies and brokers offer credit insurance to meet the specific needs of clients, industry sectors and specific transactions to protect against non-payment by your customers and their insolvency. Credit insurers can often provide detailed information on prospective customers, and they can sometimes provide access to cheaper business financing. The fifth of 12 Managing Cashflow Guides published by the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM) in association with the UK Government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) provides 6 top tips about credit insurance GUIDANCE 2017Guidance1 Jan 2017
 Best PracticeMost businesses extend credit to their customers and extending credit requires finance. Unless a business has the cashflow to support the difference in timing between the cash it collects and the cash it has to pay out, it can be in trouble. Managing cashflow effectively means staying on top of finance and ensuring funds are available when they are needed. The sixth of 12 Managing Cashflow Guides published by the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM) in association with the UK Government's Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) provides 5 top tips about invoice finance and asset based lending options GUIDANCE 2017Guidance1 Jan 2017
 Best PracticeWhen you get paid, the sale is complete. When a customer doesn’t pay, they’re hanging on to money that is rightfully yours and you should ask for it. You should have a routine system for following up non-payment that includes letter, email, and telephone, but be prepared to act more quickly if the amount is large or you are concerned about the customer. The seventh of 12 Managing Cashflow Guides published by the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM) in association with the UK Government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) provides 5 top tips about chasing payment GUIDANCE 2017Guidance1 Jan 2017
 Best PracticeCash keeps business in business. However healthy the order book and profit margin, if a business runs out of cash it won’t be able to pay its suppliers, its wages, or its overheads, and it will fail. The eighth of 12 Managing Cashflow Guides published by the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM) in association with the UK Government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) provides 5 top tips about when cash runs short GUIDANCE 2017Guidance1 Jan 2017
 Best PracticeSometimes, you just can’t get paid. You’ve done all the right things and the money has still not arrived. The longer the debt remains unpaid, the more likely it is to turn into a bad debt and bad debts damage your business. Legal action is always an option but there are others you should also consider. The ninth of 12 Managing Cashflow Guides published by the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM) in association with the UK Government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) provides 5 top tips about when all else fails GUIDANCE 2017Guidance1 Jan 2017
 Best PracticeInevitably, businesses fail and – when one of your customers goes bust – it hurts. There is little you can do except wait to hear the outcome. The general outcome is that the debtor’s assets are divided amongst its creditors and the insolvent debtor is released from the burden of its debts. Once most formal insolvency processes are underway, you cannot start or continue any action to recover your debt. The tenth of 12 Managing Cashflow Guides published by the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM) in association with the UK Government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) provide 5 top tips about when your customer goes bust GUIDANCE 2017Guidance1 Jan 2017
 Best PracticeAll the basic principles of cashflow and credit management are even more important in times of uncertainty and change. The penultimate guide of 12 Managing Cashflow Guides published by the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM) in association with the UK Government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) provides 10 top tips about managing cash through Brexit GUIDANCE 2017Guidance1 Jan 2017
 Best PracticeBuying new business equipment can require a great deal of cash. In some sectors, such as agriculture or manufacturing, the cost of new equipment can be more than the business’s annual turnover. Equipment finance, such as leasing or hire-purchase, helps many businesses to invest without the need for a big up-front cash investment. It also helps businesses who manufacture and distribute equipment to increase sales by helping their customers to invest when cash is tight. The last of 12 Managing Cashflow Guides published by the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM) in association with the UK Government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) provides 5 top tips about investing in equipment GUIDANCE 2017Guidance1 Jan 2017
 Skills BuilderSailing the Seven C's.  Knowing the financial profile of your customer will go a long way to assessing their creditworthiness and affordability both at the beginning of their relationship with you and throughout the life of their account. So do you know the Seven C’s of credit investigation? EBUZZ January 2017Article1 Jan 2017
 CareerIf your organisation’s annual pay bill is greater than £3 million, join this second CICM apprenticeship webinar for more detail about levy payment arrangements. Debbie Tuckwood will run through detailed government advice about how the levy will work and remind participants about the structure of the credit control apprenticeships. Presenter: Debbie Tuckwood, CICM Director of Learning and Development. Broadcast: 15 December 2016; 13:30 – 14:30 WEBINAR 2016Webinar/presentation1 Jan 2017
 Legal and ComplianceListen to this CICM webinar explaining Michael Locke’s experience of the position of creditor and family, explaining both the law, practice and implications. Presenter: Michael Locke, Director, Begbies Traynor. Broadcast: 8 December 2016; 13:30 – 14:30 WEBINAR 2016Webinar/presentation1 Jan 2017
 Legal and Compliance

IVAs and RPBS.  In response to November's Soapbox Challenge, David Kerr, Chief Executive, Insolvency Practitioners Association (IPA), looks at what is on the agenda for Individual Voluntary Arrangements (IVA) (England) ARTICLE December 2016

Article1 Dec 2016
 Credit Risk

Getting down to business. Jeff Longhurst begins a new column exploring the impact of Asset Based Finance on a post-Brexit world ARTICLE December 2016

Article1 Dec 2016
 Credit Risk

Top Trump.  Following the shock election result in the US, Adam Bernstein looks at what a Trump presidency means to an uncertain world ARTICLE December 2016

Article1 Dec 2016
 Career

Growing importance.  Salaries continue to rise as demand for credit professionals intensifies.  Karen Young takes a closer look at regional pay statistics ARTICLE December 2016

Article1 Dec 2016
 Legal and Compliance

How much do we really care?  Sue Chapple , CICM Executive Board member, was shocked at the treatment a friend received when he became vulnerable ARTICLE December 2016

Article1 Dec 2016
 Credit Risk

Wilde at Heart.  Sean Feast, Editor, Credit Management, continues his series of interviews with alternative finance providers and speaks to John Wilde, co-founder of Amicus Commercial Finance ARTICLE December 2016

Article1 Dec 2016
 Legal and Compliance

Are your terms and conditions of business fit for purpose? Craig Chaplin, Partner and Head of Commercial and Competition Team at DWF asks when was the last time that you reviewed your terms and conditions of business or considered the procedure for ensuring that they govern your contracts? (England) ARTICLE December 2016

Article1 Dec 2016
 Credit Risk

Messy Business.  What is a trade agreement?  Lesley Batchelor, Director General of the Institute of Export, explains the different options open to the UK post-Brexit ARTICLE December 2016

Article1 Dec 2016
 Credit Risk

Breaking the ice.  Adam Bernstein concludes his look at Russia and explores the potential opportunities ahead on the World Cup 2018 ARTICLE December 2016

Article1 Dec 2016
 Best Practice

Ditch your spreadsheets and make your customers happy.  How migrating to a single 02C solution will boost cash flow, empower credit teams and provide a better customer experience ARTICLE December 2016

Article1 Dec 2016
 Credit Risk

The winter of discontent.  Alex Coates, Currency UK’s Operations Director on the potential bumps in the road ahead for sterling after the Brexit referendum ARTICLE December 2016

Article1 Dec 2016
 Best Practice

Lines of communication.  Nigel Fields, Credit Director at 20th Century Fox, advises on how to ensure that your Board is aware of the success you achieve and the value you add to the business? ARTICLE December 2016

Article1 Dec 2016
 Credit Risk

All treats and no tricks.  Jason Braidwood, Head of Credit and Collections at Creditsafe Group, analysis the latest monthly business to business payment performance statistics ARTICLE December 2016

Article1 Dec 2016
 Legal and Compliance

Tribunal claims.  Gareth Edwards, Partner, Veale Wasbrough Vizards looks at the processes and procedures employer's should follow ARTICLE December 2016

Article1 Dec 2016
 Skills BuilderAre you ready for Christmas? When we clock out, have we put everything in place to both assist our customers and maximise the returns for our organisation, during our absence? EBUZZ December 2016Article1 Dec 2016
 CareerListen to this CICM webinar to find out the impact on your company and how you could capitalise on the new credit controller apprenticeships to get training and qualify your team and new starters in CICM qualifications (no age limit). Presenter: Debbie Tuckwood, CICM Director of Learning and Development. Broadcast: 29 November 2016; 13:30 – 14:30 WEBINAR 2016Webinar/presentation1 Dec 2016
 Legal and Compliance

Unpacking the pre pack.  This month the Pre Pack Pool will have been in existence for a year.  Stuart Hopewell, CICM Vice President, and David Kerr, Chief Executive of Insolvency Practitioners Association (IPA) give an independent opinion on Pre Pack ARTICLE November 2016

Article1 Nov 2016
 Best Practice

The future of technology?  Is Software as a Service (SaaS) just a new buzzword, the latest trend only to be replaced with the next big think - or is it the future?  Steve Richardson delves deeper ARTICLE November 2016

Article1 Nov 2016
 Legal and Compliance

Involuntary action.  A credit control manager, based in Belfast, needs convincing about the effectiveness of Individual Voluntary Arrangements (IVAs) (UK) ARTICLE November 2016

Article1 Nov 2016
 Credit Risk

Shivering bear.  The bear is feeling cold right now, so say the world's economists.  Adam Bernstein takes a closer look at what's causing Russia's current malaise ARTICLE November 2016

Article1 Nov 2016
 Credit Risk

Globalisation - a greater good?  Does globalisation harm developing countries?  Lesley Batchelor, Director General of the Institute of Export, believes openness to international markets spurs innovation and investment ARTICLE November 2016

Article1 Nov 2016
 Legal and Compliance

Onwards and upwards. Amir Ali, Chair of the Civil Court Users Association (CCUA) gives the CCUA's response to Lord Justice Briggs' Civil Courts Structure Review (England) ARTICLE November 2016

Article1 Nov 2016
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Fingers crossed.  Jason Braidwood, Head of Credit and Collections at Creditsafe Group, analysis the latest monthly business to business payment performance statistics ARTICLE November 2016

Article1 Nov 2016
 Skills BuilderInspiring stuff! What new ways of thinking can we adopt, to encourage not only the next high performer, but everyone in our team? EBUZZ November 2016Article1 Nov 2016
 Legal and ComplianceFor many businesses terms and conditions are not a priority but by ensuring that they are right, legal and enforceable could be crucial to aid good business practice and to support healthy cashflow. This CICM webinar covers some of the key points to check in your terms and conditions of business. Presenters: Neil Jinks, Debt Recovery Director and Sam Morrow, Professional Support Lawyer, DWF LLP. Broadcast: 10 October 2016; 13:30 – 14:30 WEBINAR 2016Webinar/presentation1 Nov 2016
 Best Practice

Credit insurance is more than a simple protection against loss; policyholders benefit from access to detailed information on all aspects of trade and receive guidance from industry experts. This guide from the Association of British Insurance (ABI) explains what credit insurance is, how it works and the benefits it can bring to businesses of all sizes who trade in the UK or who may be looking to export. It provides details of the types of different policies available and how a business can go about taking out suitable credit insurance cover. GUIDANCE 2016

Guidance1 Nov 2016
 Legal and Compliance

Lost in translation.  Rob Thompson argues that court fees are blocking access to justice (England) ARTICLE October 2016

Article1 Oct 2016
 Career

Starting from scratch.  It has been two years since a group of major lenders got together to push for consolidation among financial services trade associations.  Heather Greig-Smith reports ARTICLE October 2016

Article1 Oct 2016
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The power of one.  At the recent CICM Think Tank in London, Isaac Leung, Senior Economist at Dun & Bradstreet, explained why interest rates really matter ARTICLE October 2016

Article1 Oct 2016
 Legal and Compliance

Bunker mentality.  Although contractual retention-of-title clauses can give credit managers some comfort that debts are secure, they do not fit every situation.  Peter Walker explains why with the case of Res Cogitans (England) ARTICLE October 2016

Article1 Oct 2016
 Credit Risk

Old problems, new tricks.  Lesley Batchelor, Director General of the Institute of Export examines what the rise of protectionism means for British exporters ARTICLE October 2016

Article1 Oct 2016
 Credit Risk

A question of culture.  The conclusion of the two part article on Saudi Arabia looks at local customs and how to tender for business ARTICLE October 2016

Article1 Oct 2016
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Fast and furious.  Credit insurance appears to be more relevant than ever, and current uncertainty is fuelling interest and growth.  Sean Feast, Editor, Credit Management reports ARTICLE October 2016

Article1 Oct 2016
 Best Practice

Is the credit world reinventing itself? ARTICLE October 2016

Article1 Oct 2016
 Credit Risk

Steady as she goes.  Jason Braidwood, Head of Credit and Collections at Creditsafe Group, analysis the latest monthly business to business payment performance statistics ARTICLE October 2016

Article1 Oct 2016
 Skills Builder

Faster finger last.  Les Clisby is a big fan of email, but is not so keen on the majority of email users.  Here he gives us his top tips to email etiquette ARTICLE October 2016

Article1 Oct 2016
 Career

Apprenticeships:  Important changes and opportunities for employers.  Marcus Bowsher, Managing Director of  FWD training and consultancy, summarises the main apprenticeship funding arrangements from April 2017 ARTICLE October 2016

Article1 Oct 2016
 Skills BuilderThe Strategic Credit Professional. What exactly is this elusive ‘strategy’ and how can we be strategic in our own roles? EBUZZ October 2016Article1 Oct 2016
 Best Practice

Bankruptcy v IVA - How do creditors fare? David Kerr MCICM, Chief Executive, Insolvency Practitioners Association (IPA) advises that the launch of the Standard Financial Statement (SFS) will be a major landmark in bringing consistency to the way organisations consider the budgets of over-indebted people ARTICLE September 2016

Article1 Sep 2016
 Credit Risk

Trumpet Voluntary.  David Andrews says that elephants are in short supply on the Continent and that Hannibal had it easy compared to fellow EU traveller today ARTICLE September 2016

Article1 Sep 2016
 Legal and Compliance

The Revolution will not be televised.  Jeremy Sutcliffe gives his observations on the Ministry of Justice's judicial statistics for the 20th consecutive year in Credit Management ARTICLE September 2016

Article1 Sep 2016
 Credit Risk

Shifting sands.  In the first of a two-part article, Adam Bernstein looks at the subtle nuances of doing business in Saudi Arabia ARTICLE September 2016

Article1 Sep 2016
 Career

A day in the life of an High Court Enforcement Officer (HCEO).  In the first of a new series, Frank Whitworth recalls tales from his every day working experiences as a High Court Enforcement Officer (HCEO) ARTICLE September 2016

Article1 Sep 2016
 Credit Risk

The UK files for divorce.  Adam Bernstein on what this landmark vote could mean for UK plc ARTICLE September 2016

Article1 Sep 2016
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