20 July 2017 There has been much recent press talk of the need for Carillion to repair its balance sheet and, earlier this week, it brought in consultants from EY to assist with a review of its finances. After announcing a strategic review last week, the group said on Monday that the board had identified […]
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13 July 2017 A couple of weeks ago, The Times highlighted the concerns of the Bank of England that the rapid growth of consumer credit could start to pose a risk to financial stability. The growth of consumer credit reached 10.3% in May compared with a year earlier; this level of growth had not been […]
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29 June 2017 Credit Management magazine is hitting doorsteps this week and it’s the usual great read with useful and topical information for credit professionals everywhere. Thanks are due to Sean Feast, Andrew Morris, Alex Simmons and the rest of the team who regularly produce a magazine with such great content and which continues to […]
22 June 2017 I spent two days in London this week, when the temperature was at its hottest, and had a couple of particularly interesting meetings on Tuesday. My first was with the Business Information Providers Association (BIPA) to share insights, news and views of latest events impacting the credit reference agencies (CRAs) and their […]
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