CCICM Account Receivable’s division head Graeme Harley (left) and consultant Witold Chojnowski (right) have enjoyed some great successes.
CCI Credit Management Ltd (CCICM) launched a new in-house, specialist service in January 2019 to focus on the collection of Accounts Receivable (AR) in a variety of stressed and distressed situations.
Here are some of CCICM Accounts Receivable’s assignments:
Arjo Wiggins Fine Paper Limited in administration – CCICM were successfully engaged by FRP Advisory LLP to provide management and oversight with regard to the recovery of book-debt and the joint administrator’s trading debt.
Geoff Rowley, of FRP Advisory LLP, comments: “Witold and Graeme brought a professional, calm and mature approach to the project. This both galvanised and encouraged Company employees to flourish and deliver an excellent outcome, with recoveries of over £90 million.
“Morale and enthusiasm was maintained in difficult circumstances and reporting was accurate, concise, focussed on the key issues, and provided on time, every time. I have no hesitation in working with CCICM in the future.”
Magic Circle solicitor firm – we secured the sole mandate from a large firm of solicitors to undertake the recovery of all of their overdue international debt. We have had recoveries in a number of cases to the delight of our client.
Overseas Debt Recovery – CCICM have an established Partnership called International Credit Exchange (ICE) of Members and Overseas Agents (Debt Collection and Legal specialists) in 140 countries. We have been engaged in debt recovery in China, India, Denmark, Kuwait, USA, Bulgaria, and several other jurisdictions. ICE Members and Agents are personally on-boarded and audited by CCICM and are compliant to UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) standards.
Asset Based Lenders(ABLs) – we have provided collect-out, telephone debtor verification services and ‘exit’ strategy advice to a number of ABLs.
Care Home Debt Purchase – we presented a winning bid and successfully purchased a portfolio of AR that came as a result of a care home group re-structure. CCICM have extensive experience in working in the care sector (NHS and Local Authorities), so recovery of these debts is progressing well.
CCICM Accounts Receivable look forward to working with both new and old friends in 2020.
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