The best single-volume guide for anyone responsible for managing credit, risk and customers. Previously published as Credit Management Handbook, the new edition, with a new editor, has been revised to reflect changes in practice and technology and is the set text for the Institute of Credit Management (ICM) examinations.
|Publisher:||Ashgate Publishing Ltd|
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Table of ContentsContents: Foreword, Philip King; Introduction; Part I The Credit Management Function: Credit past and future; The financial effects of credit management; Credit policy and organization. Part II Credit Terms and Conditions of Sale: Credit terms and conditions of sale. Part III Assessing Credit Risk: Assessing risks in trade credit; Credit ratings and risk categories; Predicting corporate insolvency by computer; Insolvency warning signs. Part IV Sales Ledger: Sales ledger administration; Computer systems for credit management. Part V Cash Collection: Collection of trade debts; Telephone collection; Using collection agencies; Planning, measuring and reporting debtors. Part VI Credit Insurance: Domestic market credit insurance, T. Glyndwr Powell; Export credit insurance, T. Glyndwr Polwell. Part VII Export Credit and Finance: Export credit and collections, T. Glyndwr Powell; Export finance, T. Glyndwr Powell; Foreign exchange, T. Glyndwr Powell. Part VIII Consumer Credit: Retail credit management, T. Glyndwr Powell; Consumer credit law, Peter C Coupe. Part IX Commercial Credit Law: Legal action for debt recovery in the County Court, Gerard P. Barron; Insolvency procedures, Dean Watson. Part X Credit Services: Invoice financing, T. Glyndwr Powell; Credit cards, Peter C Coupe; Sales financing and leasing, T. Glyndwr Powell; Appendix; Index.