Credit where it’s due
IICM offers top-level training for in-house credit managers, writes Róisín Kiberd
Founded in 1963, the Irish Institute of Credit Management work to raise the status of the profession of credit management within the Irish business community, as well as advancing the industry’s recognition by government, corporate bodies and within the media.
“Coming through recession and recovery, credit management is now recognised as something companies must rely on much more,” said Frank Moroney, strategic initiatives consultant at the Irish Institute of Credit Management.
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