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|UK Credit & Collections Conference (UKCCC)|
The UK Credit & Collections Conference (UKCCC) is the CSA’s annual flagship event open to both members and non-members. Attracting in excess of 400 credit and collection professionals, the event features an exhibition showcasing industry suppliers’ cutting-edge product offerings, a plenary session with panel debates and keynote presentations from high-profile speakers. Sector-specific breakout streams enable delegates to tailor their event experience to suit their own personal business needs and interests.The 2019 event was held in Newcastle upon Tyne on 12 September.
John Ricketts (CSA Chair).
Lexi Mills (Shift6).
Sarah Lawrence and Croline Wells (CWSL Training).
Dean Howes (Warwick University).
Maxim Dobrov (Hiscox).
Steven Coppard (Cabinet Office), Helen Gill (engage comms) and Paul Jenkins (Wescot).
Dan Ridler (BCS Consulting).
The 2018 event took place at the newly refurbished four-star Crowne Plaza in Stratford-Upon-Avon on 13 September. The conference was divided into morning and afternoon plenary sessions, including an address from CSA President John Ricketts, a panel debate on the potential opportunity and threat posed by Open Banking, and a keynote address by Nathalie Nahai on the psychological drivers required to effect change that ultimately lead to action.
UKCCC host and International author and speaker Nathalie Nahai.
CSA President John Ricketts opens the UK Credit & Collections Conference (UKCCC) 2018.
Liz Barclay (MALG), Peter Wallwork (CSA CEO), Caroline Siarkiewicz (Money Advice Service), Alistair Chisholm (PayPlan), Steven Coppard (Cabinet Office).
Olly Betts (OpenWrks), Paul Hughes (Open Banking Initiative), Willem Wellinghoff (ShieldPay).
David Jenkins-Handy (ICA), John Pears (Lowell), Neville Cotton (Deloitte), Andy Nightingale (WorkSmart).
Paul Hughes (Open Banking Initiative), Emma Steeley (Consents Online), Marcus Hughes (Bottomline Technologies), Olly Betts (OpenWrks)