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Awards Dinner & Charity Auction


The Credit Excellence Awards Dinner at CCR-interactive, in association with Marston Holdings, allows members of the credit industry to network in a relaxed environment and to put something important back into the community.


This year we will hear from top-class entertainment of leading Mowtown tribute band “Hitsville – The Sound of Motown”.


The Awards Dinner will again feature a charity auction, in association with Phillips & Cohen Associates (UK), this year run in aid of the exceptional work done by the Tom Bowdidge Foundation, which raises funds to support research projects and to provide physical and emotional support to teenagers and young people with cancer.


Prizes donated by the credit industry this year include:


 Two hospitality tickets for day three of England v Sri Lanka Headingley Cricket Ground – donated by Satsuma Loans  A pleasure fl ight for two in a four seated light aircraft and lunch – donated by MMF  Five course tasting menu with Champagne for two at Gordon Ramsey’s Maze – donated by Clarke Willmott  Fairmont St Andrews break for two, including dinner and breakfast – donated by Arrow Global  Two nights at the Holiday Inn Stratford Upon Avon with dinner on one night – donated by Valor Hospitality Europe  Apple iPad Air 2 64GB – donated by the PRA Group  Case of Moet & Chandon Champagne – donated by Callcredit  Three-Course Lunch with Champagne for Two at Gordon Ramsay’s Savoy Grill, London – donated by Peachy  Three Course Meal for Two with Champagne at the Ritz Hotel – donated by Cabot Credit Management


CHARITY AUCTION SPONSOR – PHILLIPS & COHEN ASSOCIATES


Phillips & Cohen Associates is the UKs only truly dedicated deceased account recovery specialist, having handled compassionately over £900m of deceased accounts on behalf of many of the UK’s largest creditors. Specialists in compliant and compassionate recoveries, the combined business operates on 3 continents, and has attracted major banks, utilities, home shopping, and most recently public sector organisations to its swelling ranks of UK clients. A unique style of engagement, and training relationship with Samaritans, has seen the business win a succession of major credit industry awards. www.phillips-cohen.co.uk


The Credit Excellence Awards – The Finalists


The shortlist of fi nalists for the sixth annual Credit Excellence Awards, in association with Marston Holdings, again features candidates from a wide range of backgrounds and industry sectors.


The fi nalists are:


Newcomer To The Credit Industry  Katie Cotter, collector, HM Revenue & Customs  NextGear Capital  CreditHQ Ormsby Street


Commercial Credit & Collections  Ian Williams  Siemens Credit Control Team Manchester  Credit Control Department Veolia ES (UK)


Collections  Flint Bishop Solicitors  Shabina Kauser, collector, HM Revenue & Customs  Ian Williams


The Legal & Enforcement Profession  Flint Bishop Solicitors  Mortimer Clarke Solicitors, part of the Cabot Credit Management Group


 Severn Trent Water Customer Credit Management – ELIPS Team


Export Credit & Collections  April Versace, Tucker


Company Worldwide  ICM Consulting and Training  Kohler EMEA Corporate Services Credit Team


Risk, Data, & Fraud Prevention  118118 Money  UK Credit Risk Teams – SIG  Credit Control Department, Veolia ES (UK)


Compliance  Cabot Credit Management  Freedom Finance  Shop Direct Financial Services


Contribution To The Credit Industry  Credit Management Group UK’s Credit Control Team  Freedom Finance  ICM Consulting and Training


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