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MARCH 2019 | 8.00 AM – 5.20 PM | QEII CENTRE, LONDON
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Adedayo Banwo
Alan Linter
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Alex Ellerton
Alex Park
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Ali Rezaei Yazdi
Amelia Colvin
Amer Bhatti
Andreas Koutras
Angela Clements
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Calum Fuller
Caroline Walton
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Christer Ekqvist
Christian Grane
Darren Castle
David Morrey
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David Royle
Debbie Nolan
Denise Crossley
Deniz Erkoc
Doriana Iovino
Emma Steeley
Evan Davis
Fred Crawley
Gabriel-Cristian Arsene
Giles Spungin PhD
Graeme Gillespie
Guy Thompson
Iain Bourne
Ian Davies
Ian Parry
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Jay Tchakarov
Jenny Watts
Joanna Elson
Joerg Beekmann
John Howard
John McDonnell
John Preston
Jonathan Davidson
Josh Silver
Kamala Panday
Kamen Zahariev
Katherine Bailey
Kathryn Harris
Laurence Krieger
Leigh Berkley
Luca Villanti
Marcel LeGouais
Mark Cowan
Mark Curran
Mark Field
Martin Kissinger
Matthew Chatterton
Matthew Drage
Matthew Vallance
Matthew Vaughan Wilson
Mehdi Khouadja
Nicholas Beal
Nick Dawe
Nicole Sandler
Nina White
Norman Chambers
Olly Betts
Paul Gill
Paul Noble
Paul Stretton
Peter Izard
Peter Sickel
Phil O~shiel
Philip King
Pieter Van der Toorn
Razi Amin
Richard Hoggart
Ricky Knox
Roger Vincent
Ryan Edwards-Pritchard
Simon Cadbury
Simon Howell
Simon Shelley
Sir Vince Cable
Stephen Johnston
Stephen Wishart
Steven Cooklin
Stuart McFadden
Stuart Sykes
Tasneem Bhamji
Tim Vine
Tom Danson
Tony Ward
Will Beeson
Zoe McLeod

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Opposition debate: Consumer debt and the future of credit

Thu Mar 15, 2018 09:30 - 10:10
Fleming 3rd Floor
Speakers
Sir Vince   Cable Sir Vince Cable Party Leader Liberal Democrats
John   McDonnell John McDonnell Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer The Labour Party

  • Gain the views of the two main opposition parties on the credit industry
  • What can be done to tackle rising consumer debt?
  • How do the Liberal Democrats and The Labour Party see the future role of the credit industry

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Amber-Ainsley   Pritchard Amber-Ainsley Pritchard Acting Editor at Reward Strategy Shard Financial Media
Andrew   Locke Andrew Locke Moneybarn
Corrine   Osborne Corrine Osborne Head of Customer Recovery Liberis
Darragh   Lee Darragh Lee Senior Consultant MERJE
Diane   Ayres Diane Ayres Head of Business Development Visa
Dovi   David Dovi David Head of Business Assurance Evergreen Finance
Filip   Skolnik Filip Skolnik Associate Director Royal Bank of Scotland
Gary   Mckenzie Gary Mckenzie Head of Collections Operations Brighthouse
Harry   Tumber Harry Tumber Head of Collections stevensdrake solicitors
Jenny   Moran Jenny Moran Senior Policy Analyst The Lending Standards Board
John   Boyle John Boyle Compliance Manager H&T Group plc
Jon   Hickman Jon Hickman CEO Flexys Solutions
Mark   Scott Mark Scott Acquistions Director PRA Group
Michelle   Crayne Michelle Crayne Account Director Equifax
pamela   wilde pamela wilde marketing director rimilia
Paul   Cahill Paul Cahill national credit manager Jewson
Paul   Davies Paul Davies Senior Risk Manager American Express
Paul   Whitty Paul Whitty Head of Accounts Receivable Public Health England
Richard   Butterworth Richard Butterworth Media and Communications Manager NatWest Intermediary Solutions
Richard   Pinch Richard Pinch Partner Vestigo Partners
Russ   Talbott Russ Talbott Assurance Director Equifax
Sara   Williams Sara Williams Debt Blogger Debt Camel
Steve   Banks Steve Banks Head of Domestic Credit Risk RWE npower
Trevor   Garside Trevor Garside Head of Mortgage Services Leeds Building Society
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