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Got this spam through today from Credit Today:





Debt Collection Awards - back and bigger than before




The Debt Collection Awards returns with three new categories to recognise the leaders in recoveries, collections and debt purchase. Get ready to enter, the deadline for entries is


18 September 2009.


Categories for 2009


This year's categories include:


* Consumer DCA of the Year

* Consumer DCA of the Year >£2m

* Commercial DCA of the Year

* Debt Purchaser of the Year

* Tracing Team of the Year

* Enforcement Team of the Year

* Compliance Team of the Year

* DCA Manager of the Year


Request an entry form today by clicking here. Just let us know which category you're intending to enter. It is free to enter and you can either enter your own firm or team or nominate a third party.


Don't forget; the entry deadline is 18 September 2009.


To book your seats now for only £199, click here.


New categories for 2009


Feedback from the industry since the inception of these awards has requested recognition of the vital work undertaken by compliance and enforcement professionals. 2009 sees the introduction of two new categories to reward teams within compliance and enforcement, so please get on board if you work within this sector. This is your opportunity to shine and highlight your brand.


Not forgetting the new category to reward DCA managers working on the creditor side, who manage often complex panels of agencies in maximising returns for their firms.


Request your entry forms today!

The awards ceremony


The Debt Collection Awards will be held on the evening of 19 November 2009 at the Chesford Grange Hotel in Warwickshire.


To book your seats now for only £199, click here.


New judges for 2009


This year's judging panel sees the addition of Debt Buyers and Sellers Group chief executive officer, Leigh Berkley. The CSA and DBSG support the Debt Collection Awards and will be encouraging its members to enter this year.


Also new to the panel, chaired by Steve Wrench of Virgin Media, is head of external recoveries UK at Capital One, Rob Barrett and live residential collection service delivery manager for npower, Mark Howell.


Finally, to judge the new enforcement and compliance categories, compliance director for the CSA, Sara de Tute and group director at High Court Enforcement Group, Martin Leyshon also join the panel.

A reminder of last year's winners


Consumer DCA of the Year

Credit Resource Solutions


Consumer DCA of the Year >£2m

Clarity Credit Management


Commercial DCA of the Year

Hilton-Baird Collection Services


Debt Purchaser of the Year

Cabot Financial


Tracing Team of the Year

J2 Solutions


What one of last year's winners said

“Winning this award has brought recognition to the innovation we have injected into the debt collection industry. It announces to the wider market our excellent progress to date and that our peers agree with what we have always understood."


Garry Stran, chief executive officer, Clarity Credit Management Solutions - winner of Consumer DCA of the Year >£2m 2008




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Lets all hope they arrive and depart safely and they have a wonderful time. How much will thier celebrity speaker receive I wonder? I bet its inversely proportional to his knowledge of what these these thieving cowards do.


And I was hoping to remain cool and calm too.....



Yes, shocking. But maybe this is an opportunity for CAG members to have a say, maybe through non-violent protest outside.

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