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Financial crime: How to ensure a robust risk assessment

Financial crime: How to ensure a robust risk assessment

Jacqueline Planner, director of financial crime risk at Huntswood, examines how financial crime risk assessments can protect your firm and safeguard its reputation
How personal guarantees benefit lenders

How personal guarantees benefit lenders

Robert Moore, chief technology officer of insolvency practice KSA Group, explains how and why personal guarantees can be risky yet also beneficial to lenders
Myths of the near future

Myths of the near future

In our Watchman series in the magazine we’ve tried to tackle some myths in corporate communications and correct misconceptions about business-to-business publishing.
Cargo cult copy

Cargo cult copy

Great communications is in all our interests

Great communications is in all our interests

A blanket approach to all vulnerable customers seems a step too far

A blanket approach to all vulnerable customers seems a step too far

In sickness and in health

In sickness and in health SPONSORED ARTICLE

IFRS 9 implementation: Are you ready?

IFRS 9 implementation: Are you ready? SPONSORED ARTICLE

Digitalisation in Collections – what can we learn from other industries?

Digitalisation in Collections – what can we learn from other industries? SPONSORED ARTICLE

Cyber security is a boardroom issue

Cyber security is a boardroom issue

Time to breathe: Why debtors need a break

Time to breathe: Why debtors need a break

A little less conversation, more co-ordinated action please

A little less conversation, more co-ordinated action please

The future of debt management plans

The future of debt management plans

The dynamic of trust and affordability

The dynamic of trust and affordability

Court of Appeal: Pensions not yet in payment are protected from bankruptcy

Court of Appeal: Pensions not yet in payment are protected from bankruptcy

Don’t get caught out by subject access requests

Don’t get caught out by subject access requests

Five reasons to pick up the new Credit Strategy magazine

Five reasons to pick up the new Credit Strategy magazine

A road map for coexistence with the FCA

A road map for coexistence with the FCA

A landmark step for enforcement

A landmark step for enforcement SPONSORED ARTICLE

Judge takes unusual step on turnaround case

Judge takes unusual step on turnaround case

The seal of regulatory approval

The seal of regulatory approval

Where do collections firms fit in an age of outsourcing?

Where do collections firms fit in an age of outsourcing?

Talking about an evolution: The rationale of Credit Strategy's upcoming redesign

Talking about an evolution: The rationale of Credit Strategy's upcoming redesign

How can we increase visibility and transparency in debt sale?

How can we increase visibility and transparency in debt sale?

The future of high court enforcement

The future of high court enforcement

The FCA: An update on the consumer credit authorisation process

The FCA: An update on the consumer credit authorisation process

Is fair-share fair?

Is fair-share fair?

Events

Credit Week

Credit Week

The UK and European credit industry descends on London for Credit Week, the largest gathering of credit industry professionals across the continent.
Join Europe’s biggest lenders, creditors, alternative finance firms, debt sellers and more for a unique opportunity to meet with your European counterparts during a week of conferences, meetings, industry networking and events. Forge new connections, opportunities and alliances while keeping up-to-speed with the regulatory requirements.
The DBC for Collections Live Debate - part of Credit Week

The DBC for Collections Live Debate - part of Credit Week

The inaugural DBC for Collections Live Debate will be held on Tuesday 28 March at the Law Society, London. The topic on this occasion is: ‘What disruption will the advent of digital technology bring to the collections industry – and what long-standing challenges can it overcome in the process?’
Parliamentary Reception - part of Credit Week

Parliamentary Reception - part of Credit Week

Held in the corridors of power - enjoy an afternoon liaising with the government and regulatory powerbrokers as you seek to understand your industry’s regulatory requirements for the next few years, and discuss your challenges and observations with those setting the regulatory tone.

This invite-only afternoon reception will see the industry catching up with their industry peers and forging new contacts both within the regulatory world and the world of lending.
CDSP European NPL - part of Credit Week

CDSP European NPL - part of Credit Week

CDSP European NPL will bring together 200 sellers and buyers of NPLs from across the continent. The focus of the conference is to explore deleveraging opportunities in many of Europe’s key NPL markets. The conference also offers best practice insight on methods to maximise portfolio management and servicing of NPLs.
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