Credit Management: IICM - relevant during the recession and still relevant after the recovery

Despite green shoots in the economy, big changes in credit management mean this is no time to be complacent.

13th April, 2014
Shay Waldron, president of the Irish Institute of Credit Managers (IICM): I am upbeat about credit in Ireland.'

The apparent green shoots of Irish recovery that are being widely hailed across Europe and beyond should be welcome news in the world of credit management.

After all, it was a credit crunch (to use the understated parlance of yesteryear) that started all the problems - so it is only right that the recovery should be accompanied by a free flow of the credit that is the lifeblood of Irish business.

Except that this does...

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