Credit Strategy has today launched a major piece of research, supported by Callcredit, looking at automation technology across utilities and telecoms, banking and alternative lending, retail finance and car finance
The Turnaround, Restructuring and Insolvency (TRI) Awards, which this year feature new categories to champion individual and company-wide efforts to promote diversity in the workplace, are now open for entry
→ Opening the Vaults: The premise of Open Banking is a potentially appealing one, but does the current offering to consumers match the fervour? Will they consent to share their data in large enough numbers to affect competition?
→ Interest only: Problems brewing for mortgage lenders?
→ Joining forces: Debt management firms eye up M&A activity
So here we are again, a year has rolled speedily by and by now you will know if you are one of the 98 companies shortlisted for the 19th Credit Awards. Laurence Hamilton, UK third party collections managing director, at Lowell wishes all Credit Awards finalists the best of luck
Innovation in technology is fast moving, and so is the world around us. Amber-Ainsley Pritchard sat down with Anne Boden, founder and chief executive of Starling Bank, to discuss the next generation of retail banking and the worldwide movement to tackle gender diversity
President Trump will have the UK over a barrel on a trade deal, interest rates may end up at two percent and £36bn has been repaid to Lehman Brothers creditors. These and other economic insights emerged at Credit Strategy’s inaugural TRI Conference: Special Situations & Turnaround
In its annual report on the market, the Credit Management and Debt Collection (CMDC) Index, OC&C Strategy Consultants charts different paths to growth for debt purchasers. NIGEL STIRK, partner at the consultancy, reports
Experts at Credit Strategy’s inaugural Mortgage Conference last month explained that customers are borrowing later in life and for longer. Brokers and lenders believe products for an ageing population need updating
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