The ICM will be exhibiting at the credit industry’s largest daytime event, the Credit Summit, which takes place on 3 April at London’s QEII Conference Centre.
Organised by Credit Today, the Credit Summit this year offers eight conferences, two exhibition spaces, a keynote session from the consumer credit industry’s new regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority, and an economic update delivered by renowned author, broadcaster and journalist, Anthony Hilton.
Access to the Credit Summit exhibition and the Trade Credit Conference is free for qualifying credit professionals. ICM Chief Executive, Philip King, will chair the Trade Credit Conference, which will specifically tackle the issues surrounding commercial credit management, and offer development advice to trade credit managers across the spectrum of the profession.
Also on offer for free is the highly anticipated Business Lending Panel debate, which will see key players from contrasting areas of the business lending market tackle one of the most politically-charged subjects in the post-recession economy. Leaders from the corporate banking sphere, as well as asset and invoice finance providers and the ‘challenger’ banks, will address whether there really is an undersupply of finance into the SME market, or whether – as is often posited by lenders – the real challenge to lending growth is a shortfall of appropriate demand.
You can register for free access passes at www.creditsummit.co.uk.
ICM has negotiated a 10% discount for its members should they wish to book a place on any of the paid-for conference streams, which usually cost from £329 a place. They include the Alternative Lending Conference, the Car Finance Conference, the Collections & Recoveries Conference, the Risk & Fraud Conference, the Treating Customers Fairly Conference and the Debt Advice Conference.
You will save 10% off this price by quoting ICM10 at www.creditsummit.co.uk.