CICM chairs Annual Trade Credit Conference at Credit Week
Press release – 25 October 2018
The Chartered Institute of Credit Management will once again host a Trade Credit Conference as a key event supporter of Credit Week 2019 (18-22 March).
CICM Chief Executive Philip King will chair discussions that examine the credit management lifecycle, perspectives on building an effective credit management team and regulatory updates.
Philip said he was delighted to be supporting the week-long series of conferences, meetings and networking events: “The series of events bring together leading consumer and commercial credit professionals from Europe and beyond, and provides a great opportunity for networking, learning and sharing of best practice.
“All of these are fundamental to the objectives of the Chartered Institute of Credit Management and this is a great example of a professional body working with a commercial organisation for the benefit of the credit community.”
The CICM Trade Credit Conference, part of the Credit Summit, will take place at the QEII Centre in Westminster on 21 March 2019. You can see the agenda and speakers here.
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About the CICM:
The Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM) is the largest recognised professional body in the world for the credit management community. Celebrating 80 years, the Institute was granted its Royal Charter in 2014. Representing all areas of the credit and collections lifecycle, it is the trusted leader and expert in its field providing its members with support, resources, advice, and career development as well as a networking and interactive community. In addition to its comprehensive suite of qualifications and learning opportunities, events and magazine ‘Credit Management’, the CICM administers the Prompt Payment Code for BEIS. Independently, and through collaboration with business organisations, it provides vital advice to businesses of all sizes on how best to manage cashflow and credit.