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CCRRoundtables


Where the leading professionals meet to discuss the key issues of the day


CCRMagazine’s round-table debates off er you the opportunity to work with our outstanding editorial experience to pull together some of the most senior professionals from the industry to discuss an area of key editorial interest for you and the industry.


Stephen Kiely, editorial director, will chair the debate and off er you a unique opportunity to meet key industry fi gures, get feedback on your product and views, and present yourself as a knowledge-leader in an area of interest to you.


Meet and debate with the leaders in the industry at a professional round-table debate.


For more information on these exciting debates, contact Gary Lucas on 07785 268404 or e-mail gary@ccrmagazine.co.uk


Previous round-table debates have been held in association with: Hoist Finance; dlc; Transcom; Link Financial Outsourcing; Voicesage; Creditsafe; Burlington Group; Sopra; Equita; Realex Payments; Graydon; Link Financial Outsourcing; High Court Enforcement Group; and Asta Funding;.


Attendees at previous round-table debates have included:  Paul Martin, director, Zopa  David Fisher, head of credit permissions, FCA  Gary Jones, director, collection services, HSBC  Ken Stannard, CEO, Cabot Credit Management  Sue Chapple, head of revenue management, EDF  Ruth Kellett, head of implementation, Arrow Global  Garry Hunter, senior manager, credit permissions, FCA  Henry Mehta, head of billing & collections, Veolia Water  Jeff McAdam, head of NRAM debt management, UKAR  Robert Skinner, chief executive, Lending Standards Board  Chris Ball, head of lending control, Nationwide Building Society  Marie Marsden, head of credit operations, Shop Direct Financial Services  Paul Cameron, senior manager, conduct & assurance, supplier performance – credit operations, Lloyds Banking Group


 Chris Laverick, DMO supplier management, CAO personal & business banking, Royal Bank of Scotland


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