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Credit Management magazine

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.

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In Credit Management’s October issue, Managing Editor, Sean Feast, reports on a recent CICM Think Tank which discussed what impact the cost-of-living crisis is having on the credit industry and how businesses and credit professionals can navigate their way through it. Darren Hodder, who is Chair of Fraud Prevention Network at Forums International, also looks at the cost-of-living crisis in the light of how it is contributing to an increase in fraud.  


The cover story focusses on the Government’s strategy for funding electric vehicle charging infrastructure, and the benefits it can bring about, both environmentally and economically. We also have an article by Ian Giles and Mark Daniels which details the UK’s new national security regime and its impact on future M&A. 


In this month’s Young Money feature, which profiles CICM apprentices, Louise Bent of SEFE Energy, shares how her teaching skills and continuous pursuit of knowledge have helped her become a better credit manager and mentor to her team. 


In business-related articles, former IKEA CEO and Director of EDGE Strategy Simona Scarpaleggia, a DE&I expert, talks about unconscious bias in the workplace and how companies can create unbiased processes; Hays’ Natascha Whitehead discusses the new trend of quiet quitting in the workplace; Gareth Edwards considers the challenge of auto-enrolling in pension schemes and the case of a financial consultant being fairly dismissed over an undisclosed bankruptcy.  

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