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Experian UK Credit Risk Summit: Key takeaways...

The consensus at our most recent Summit in October was that it has become increasingly important for the financial services and wider credit community, as well as the ecosystem that supports it, to better connect with customers. Read the full...

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Utilities podcast – Fuel poverty and increasing ...

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What IS the optimal credit limit?...

What is the optimal credit limit?...

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Credit scoring boost for 93% of social housing tenants...

A massive 93 per cent of social housing tenants would receive a welcome boost to their credit ratings if information about their regular rent payments is shared through the Rental...

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6 reasons why you may need a scorecard check-up...

Do you need a check-up – a scorecard check-up that is? Has it been a while since you last dusted off your scorecards and explored whether you had the right data in the mix? Then now – as the UK economy shows signs of returning to growth – is...

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Welcome to analytics...

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Enough is enough – pulling the trigger on automa...

All too often as credit risk professionals, we don’t take the time to evaluate our credit policies because “that’s how it has always been done around here”. Unfortunately, this mentality increases days sales outstanding, raises uncollectable debt and prohibits us from identifying good growth opportunities. Reviewing your policies early...

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Insolvency rate falls for fifth consecutive month...

September brought yet another month of falling business failures (the fifth in a row), and only insolvency practitioners would bemoan the fact that – with insolvency rates at 0.07% – more companies are surviving than at any point since 2007....

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Enfield Council cuts arrears by £1.3 million...

Critical application of data and analytics helps drive down Enfield’s arrears from £30.5 million to £29.2 million -marking a drop of 4.4...

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