Articles Chris is Reading
How to Follow Your Dreams and Get Happier https://t.co/JsvTIumpun
Third of consumers unable to pay credit card bills – Credit Connect https://t.co/u2ADJwxdqE
Digitizing Isn’t the Same as Digital Transformation https://t.co/Q48i517PC5
- Many great returns
- Not mincing words on preventing customer harm
- Are you full yet – squeezing more time from the day
- Live, in person, in 3D – old school meeting technology now fresh and new!
- Roaming on the phone, at home
- A blip in time
- Running out of time, or time to think differently?
- Bacon sandwich or lemsip
- Are we all getting lazy?
- Don’t touch my pizza
Yearly Archives: 2017
It is starting to develop, slowly but surely, that end of year feeling. End of year parties are taking place, decorations are up and more importantly EVERYTHING now needs to be done by the end of the week. Unfortunately, the … Continue reading
Recently OFWAT released their Affordability and Debt document and it has made interesting reading. There has been a significant increase in the debt burden across the water industry, with outstanding bills jumping by £300m over four years. Collectively, supporting unpaid … Continue reading
Late last year I attended an event in London on compliance and control within the Collections and Recoveries area. The question was asked, “By show of hands, how many of you have heard of or are preparing for the implementation … Continue reading
A recent Arum round table focused on wider trends in the credit and collections industry and in particular what this means for the future. There were some interesting common themes, ones that continue to resonate today. Regulation: Discussed at some … Continue reading
The other week the FCA have formally launched their consultation paper on extending the Senior Manager & Certification Regime (SM&CR) to all firms they regulate. Up to now, this has only applied to the banking sector. From summer 2018, this … Continue reading
There has been quite a bit written about IFRS9 recently. It seems as if the Collections and Recoveries world is waking up to the fact this is not just an accounting standard but will also impact our process. Implementation is … Continue reading
Listening to the common narrative these days we hear a lot about being in the era of ‘fake news‘. Whilst undoubtedly there is some ‘made up news’ around, much of the conversation online seems to be spent arguing about stories … Continue reading
I have always been fascinated how unusual things can often be indicators of much larger trends. On a recent visit to Manchester I was struck by another. Due to a local football match I had trouble finding accommodation centrally so … Continue reading