ICM and Minister’s Cashflow Tip to Small Businesses
Press Release – 4 December 2014
The Institute of Credit Management (ICM) and Matthew Hancock MP, Minister of State for Business and Enterprise, have published their monthly ‘tip’ for small businesses to better manage their cashflow.
“If your customer goes bust, make sure you tell the Insolvency Practitioner anything you may know about the assets or the conduct of an individual, director, or the company itself. The more assets the IP can recover, the more money you are likely to get back as a result.”
The cashflow ‘tips’ are derived from the series of Managing Cashflow Guides published by the ICM for BIS, of which there have now been more than 500,000 downloads.
For further information, visit our Managing Cashflow Guides page.
The Institute of Credit Management (ICM) is Europe’s largest credit management organisation, and the second largest globally. The trusted leader in expertise for all credit matters, it represents the profession across trade, consumer and export credit, and all credit-related services. Formed over 70 years ago, it is the only such organisation accredited by Ofqual and it offers a comprehensive range of services and bespoke solutions for the credit professional as well as services and advice for the wider business community, including the acclaimed ICM/BIS Managing Cashflow Guides (www.icm.org.uk).
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Sean Feast or Alex Simmons
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