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  1. Government gets tough on rogue directors
  2. 315m saved via fraud prevention
  3. Plastic card spending hits 371.6bn
  4. Profits up at Santander's UK firms
  5. Retailers may face new ombudsman
  6. Credit crunch hits secured lenders
  7. CT publisher shortlisted for award
  8. Law firm launches DCA
  9. Aktiv poaches Egg
  10. BBA slams "headline chasing" banks report
  11. JJB Sports CVA approved
  12. Intrum UK chief quits post
  13. Insolvency changes to provide lifelines
  14. Credit Today 2009 award winners announced
  15. Mutuals may face tighter lending rules
  16. Economy may shrink by 5.1 per cent
  17. OFT probe uncovers DCA failures
  18. 1st Credit creates COO position
  19. Trade Credit Insurance Top-up Scheme unveiled
  20. Northern Rock's arrears up 25 per cent
  21. CML chairman's warning over recovery
  22. Corporate insolvencies hit 5,483
  23. Time running out for Southampton
  24. Lending data elevates outlook for 2009
  25. Company liquidations up 56 per cent
  26. TMA hits out at pre-pack report
  27. Public sector pays it backward
  28. Fears over banks' fraud prevention
  29. House prices forecast to fall further
  30. Government widens loans scheme
  31. Fairpoint unveils new look DMP
  32. Industry rallies to share advice at Summit
  33. OFT confirms DCA rules review
  34. Minister's warning over regulation
  35. OFT bans tracing tactic
  36. Bad debt charges to rise at HSBC
  37. Summit gears up for ministerial address
  38. Grant Thornton buys up IVAs
  39. CSA launches consumer advice guides
  40. KPMG ups payment to Sovereign creditors
  41. Obermaier to leave CSA
  42. Fraudsters forced to change tactics
  43. Economists eye up Q4 as end of recession
  44. MPs raise pre-pack abuse concerns
  45. Barclays unveils steep profit rise
  46. HBOS' loan losses to soar 50 per cent
  47. RBS posts 44m pre-tax loss
  48. MPs told to engage with enforcement sector
  49. Bank of England posts record 995m profit
  50. Cattles reveals results for first quarter