Credit Management Magazine

The Credit Management Magazine is a critically acclaimed magazine with essential industry news and updates for everything in credit and collections, exclusively available for members of the Chartered Institute of credit Management.

Credit Management, the magazine of the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM), is the leading publication in its field. The magazine includes full coverage of consumer and trade credit, export and company news, as well as in-depth features, profiles and opinions. To receive the free magazine you must be a member of the CICM or subscribe

In the July/August edition of Credit Management magazine Managing Editor Sean Feast FCICM questions whether the government is really interested in collecting public sector debt.

The cover story for this month's CM, is from Dr Irina Durnova, who writes about how expert testimony in legal cases can clarify complex details for judges and juries, and lead to better informed outcomes.

Giuseppe Parla looks at Personal Guarantees and how you can seek advice from an insolvency practitioner if debt has not been paid and the liquidator has confirmed there will be no dividend to unsecured creditors.

CM News reveals that the CICM has launched a ‘Credit Fest’ across cities of the UK to provide learning and development opportunities. This section also looks at how Equifax claims to be the first providing an Open Banking framework, DFS issuing its second profit warning in three months, and how the Co-operative Bank is under pressure for greenwashing. It also features a press release on PKF Littlejohn being appointed administrators for Castle and Crystal Credit Union, and a short article on High Court Writ recovery completing its first full year of trading.

The Country Focus for this month is Denmark, as the article explores how, despite its small size, there is more to it than ‘Vikings and Lego’.

Jessica Padget looks at data protection issues, while Debbie Nolan FCICM (GRAD), Chair of the Executive Board of the CICM, reflects on a period of monumental change and achievements during her term in office.

Melanie York interviews Laura Brown, MCICM (Grad), and her path to success, while Sean Feast FCICM speaks to Company Watch’s Craig Evans about business intelligence, fighting fraud, and his love of the sea.

In international news, CM looks at research that SMEs are spending more on business travel overseas, oil exploration in Namibia, JCB supplying equipment to Russia despite saying exports had stopped, and the west’s increased spending on defence.

Rob Howard writes about late payments, which are rising across the board.

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