0 £0.00
This item was added to your basket

Dear visitor,
You are viewing 1 of your 2 free articles


We’ve made wider, important changes to our print and online content to enhance the value of exclusive, insightful, discerning content we create every day. Support valuable editorial content by becoming a member of our Credit Club - register for free or choose a paid plan.

Register now or Login

Law firm appointed as debt collector for barristers

The Bar Council, a professional body that represents barristers in England and Wales, has appointed law firm Veale Wasbrough Vizards (VWV) as an affinity partner.


Amber-Ainsley   Pritchard

Share on LinkedInShare on Twitter
Amber-Ainsley   Pritchard
Share on LinkedInShare on Twitter

This means The Bar Council will market the firm’s debt recovery services to its entire membership.

 

Paul Mosson, director of services from The Bar Council, said: “Our members need assurance that when we appoint an affinity partner, we are rigorous and commercial in our assessment.”

 

The VWV litigation and recoveries team, of 26 lawyers, work in offices across London, Watford, Bristol and Birmingham.

The Bar Council offers online advice and guidance for all types of barristers.

 

It aims to influence the development of public policy and legislation that affects the provision of specialist advocacy and advisory service.

LATEST INDUSTRY NEWS STRAIGHT TO YOUR INBOX

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

Businesses concerned as GDPR comes into force

Tough new data protection laws come into force today amid concerns that businesses have not done enough to comply

Bank of England deputy governor apologises over “menopausal” gaffe

The Bank of England deputy governor Ben Broadbent has issued an apology for describing the UK economy as “menopausal”

Government charity could help millions of financially squeezed adults

Nearly 13 million consumers could make more of their money if product ideas generated by a Cabinet Office charity are curated by the financial services sector

Concerns over “anti-consumer” characterisation of CSA members

The Credit Services Association (CSA) has called upon the debt collection industry, campaigners and charities to work together to tackle issues over mounting consumer debt

The CS Interview

Anne Boden on Starling Bank's growth plans and gender diversity

Anne Boden on Starling Bank's growth plans and gender diversity

Features

What role for humans in the future of collections?

What role for humans in the future of collections?

Opinion

FCA aims on affordable lending nigh on impossible

FCA aims on affordable lending nigh on impossible

Credit 500 - 2018/2019

The new Credit 500 - an index of influence in commercial and consumer credit - has been unveiled
Share on LinkedInShare on Twitter

The new Credit 500 - an index of influence in commercial and consumer credit - has been unveiled

Credit Strategy
LinkedIn page

Did you find our website useful?

Thank you for your input

Thank you for your feedback

creditstrategy.co.uk – an online news and information service for the UK’s commercial and consumer credit industry. creditstrategy.co.uk is published by Shard Financial Media Limited, registered in England & Wales as 5481132, Axe & Bottle Court, 70 Newcomen St, London, SE1 1YT. All rights reserved. Credit Strategy is committed to diversity in the workplace.
@ Copyright Shard Media Group