IN THIS MONTH’S ISSUE…
The May issue of Credit Management includes full coverage of the 2022 British Credit Awards with a dedicated supplement detailing the award winners with the judges’ comments and photos from the awards ceremony.
This issue includes an exclusive article derived from a newly published report from the Credit Services Association – entitled ‘Wide of the Mark’ – which explores how the debt advice sector is currently funded, and how it might be funded in the future to make it more accountable.
For Insolvency, Nicky Fisher of R3 explains how insolvency fees are charged, reported and regulated.
This issue’s interview is with Adam Cohen, co-founder of the specialist debt recovery firm Phillips & Cohen, about collecting probate debt, digital tools that support a compassionate approach to debt collection, and setting up the business in his mid-twenties.
The cover story reflects the Country Focus on Iceland, where there is much more to an island nation than first meets the eye. There is also an article adapted from the 2022 Global Wellness Trends Report, and how the future of wellness has implications for us all, and in the latest ESG column, Aniela Unguresan, the founder of EDGE Certified Foundation, writes about the importance of measuring the Social impact a business can have, starting with its workforce. Career advice from Natascha Whitehead of Hays focuses on why fear should not prevent you from applying for that dream job.
The Apprentice Profile is on Rebecca Lothian of United Utilities, and in a new series – called Young Money – Nicola Magg, Assistant Cash Manager at BMT and a CICM apprentice, talks about her passion for marathons and learning.