Collections, Debt Sale & Purchase Conference 2018
This conference, which is a must attend event of the credit calendar will explore best practice in collections strategy, customer service, debt sale and life after Brexit.
Don’t miss the biggest annual gathering of collections and customers service professionals
Understanding the new systems and processes that are being adopted across the board, and how your industry colleagues are overcoming shared problems.
The agenda explores:
- Collections for vulnerable customers – award winning case studies of how a raft of lenders are squaring up to the issue
- Open banking and machine learning for collections – learn from the leaders who are at the forefront of developing practical usages for this technology
- Debt sale opportunities for 2019 in the UK and beyond
- Digital collections and customer interaction
- Changing perceptions – how we are representing the industry
- Future gazing – the lifecycle of debt 2018 and beyond
It’s the perfect opportunity to make sure your systems and processes are up to scratch, expand your network and gain insight into how your colleagues are shaping the common challenges.
Last year more than 200 attended including heads of collections from lenders and a range of other sectors, chief executives of debt buyers and collection agencies, partners at debt recovery law firms.
A private networking tool will also be available to use on the day, where delegates can see who is attending the event and set up 1-2-1 meetings. The tool can be found by joining the event, using the code ‘CDSPConf18’, online at www.brella.io.
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The CDSP Conference provides unparalleled networking opportunities
"Well organised, interesting and lively dialogue with the panels and the speakers"
Member of the General Council
Bank of Greece
"Focused event upon debt sale and purchase, featuring speakers with lots of practical experience in the sector"
Mason Hayes & Curran
"Unique direct access to a broad range expertise and insight"
Client Services Director
Frequently Asked Questions
DO YOU OFFER PREFERENTIAL RATES?
We offer preferential rates to:
- all our Premium members
- charities and non-profit organisations
- ’New Generation’ (individuals of 30 years old and under within a creditor/lender company)
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO ATTEND?
Super Early bird
(ended 3 August)
(ended 7 September)
(ends 5 October)
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All prices are VAT exclusive
WHO ATTENDS THE CONFERENCE?
WHERE WILL THE EVENT TAKE PLACE?
Travel directions to The Midland Hotel, Manchester:
- By rail:
Nearest train station
Oxford Road - 300 metres
Manchester Piccadilly - ¾ mile
- By car:
From the south:
From the M6 Junction 19 join the M56. Follow signs for the city centre (A5103).Then follow signs for the Manchester Central Convention Complex/Bridgewater Hall onto Medlock Street. Go through the lights onto Lower Mosley Street. Pass Bridgewater Hall on your right and the hotel is facing you.
From the north:
From the M6, join the M61 at Preston. Follow signs for M60 south and west towards theTrafford Centre. Follow signs for the city centre and Manchester Central Convention Complex (A57). Turn left intoWater Street and left onto the A56 Deansgate. Turn right onto Peter Street and the hotel is 300 metres on the right hand side.
Please note that the hotel does not have its own car park, however, parking is available at the NCP Manchester Central (formerly known as G-Mex Centre) to the rear of the hotel.
Getting to us with your sat nav: When using a satellite navigation system, please use postcode M2 3NQ to reach the hotel. To go directly to the NCP Manchester Central car park, use postcode M2 3GX
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Collections & Customer Service Awards
Recognising success in the Collections and Customer Service industry
The Collections & Customer Service Awards return for its 12th year to recognise the outstanding achievements of those within collections and customer service and entries are now open.
Aiming to reflect the exceptional and critical work within the industry, the awards honour professionals with a particular focus on conduct and compliance and include categories such as Agent of the Year, Best Collections Technology and Best Customer Service Provider - view all categories here.