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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…

In Credit Management’s December issue, CEO Sue Chapple pens a Christmas message reflecting on the past year and predicts an economic storm that will come to define 2023. In this month’s cover story, Managing Editor, Sean Feast, explores the impact of the FCA’s new Consumer Duty. Andrew Birkwood of Azzurro Associates analyses the state of the SME debt sale sector and how lenders are responding to the current economic chaos.

In insolvency news, Jo Kettner explains why the commercial credit sector relies on confidence in the economy and knowledge of the customer and provides some useful tips for improving the latter. Christina Fitzgerald of R3 proposes several Government reforms that would enable insolvency professionals to further assist in preventing fraud and economic crime.

For this month’s interview, Sean Feast sits down with Pierre Haincourt MCICM to discuss his childhood in France, his path into credit management and the rewards and challenges of working in international collections.

 

Tim Annis of Bluechain breaks down the ins and outs of Request to Pay, a lesser-known credit solution for improving communication between the biller and payer. And in the latest Country Focus, Adam Bernstein explores the opportunities that Egypt, Africa’s biggest economy and a land rich in resources, has in store for exporters.