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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 THIS MONTH’S ISSUE…
The cover story for the September issue of Credit Management is a Country Focus on Germany, where Adam Bernstein asks the question: is Germany still the powerhouse of Europe? Contributor Heather Greig-Smith also looks at Europe but with a view into the harsh impact the global pandemic has had on businesses of all sizes across Europe.

This issue includes a number of new features including a new series – Panel Bashers – which allows readers to put forward a question for a panel of experts to answer. This month’s question is whether DSO is an appropriate measure of a credit team’s performance. Another new series features an article reporting on the knowledge shared at the last CICM Technical Committee meeting, offering insight into various Bills, consultations, and other Government-led programmes that are set to affect the credit community.

The Editor’s interview is with Sinead McHale, CEO of Satago, who talks about cashflow, behavioural informatics and the survival of small businesses. Freelance writer, and editor of International Trade Finance, Kevin Godier, explains why the credit insurance guarantee from Government is a good thing for creditors, and the subject of automation in Accounts Receivable is covered by Holly Scott-Donaldson of Data Interconnect.

In an obituary for Paul Mudge CICM veterans offer their happy memories of the Institute’s former Chairman and President.

In his column, Peter Whitmore FCICM takes the opportunity to reflect on his time as Chair of the CICM as he steps down from the Executive Board.

 

 

 

September 2020 issue