The Credit Today Awards, sponsored by Qualco, will bring the format of BBC’s comedy show Live at the Apollo to a prestigious Mayfair hotel this month. Read full story
The number of Scots going bust has dropped in the past year to its lowest level in 10 years, according to the Accountant in Bankruptcy (AiB). Read full story
HMRC has halved its spend on debt collection agencies (DCAs) during the past year, with £6.8m spent on them in 2014 compared to £14.8m in 2013, according to new research. Read full story
Wonga has revealed plans to seek new debt funding in 2016, after a year of downsizing due to a £42m post-tax loss. Read full story
Invenio Financial, the debt purchasing affiliate of debt recovery firm Phillips & Cohen Associates, has secured a $25m (£16.7m) credit facility from US-based Javlin Capital. Read full story
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Richard Carter, chief executive of Nostrum Group, reflects on the issues raised during the Alternative Lending conference at the 2015 Credit Summit
Ben Mason, CEO of Compliancy Services, takes a look at what the regulatory history of the insurance market can tell us about upcoming changes to consumer credit
Carter-Ruck's Isabella Piasecka welcomes the extension of “no win no fee” availability for insolvency litigation
Begbies Traynor's Julie Palmer explains why the general election could be a challenge for the credit sector
Lauren Lee of Shoosmiths asks whether the NRAM case was really a victory for the consumer
Ed Smith, head of banking, lending and protection policy at the Financial Conduct Authority, explains why the regulator is calling for views on credit broking rules
Russell Hamblin-Boone, chief executive of the Consumer Finance Association, looks at how consumer demand will change the industry post-FCA.
BCCA's Rachael Corcoran highlights the areas short-term lenders are seeking compliance support.
Mark Taylor, partner and head of debt advisory at Clearwater International, puts UK debt markets under scrutiny