London Branch in court to reward ICM high achievers

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Credit Management; Jul 2010; Docstoc
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Description: The London Branch held its spring meeting on a glorious warm May evening at the Old Session House in Clerkenwell Green. Once the busiest Court-House in England, it replaced the original Sessions House known as Hicks Hall for the County of Middlesex, erected in 1612 near Smithfield Market. Chairman Michael Wykes welcomed Members and guests to the meeting and began the formalities by presenting certificates and prizes to the following students who had obtained the highest marks in their recent ICM projects: Deborah Maria Gonzales-Villamil Lean (Distinction); Toral Patel (Distinction); Sue-Ellen Ngobi Mills (Merit) and Rachid Zaouch (Merit). Charles Mayhew, a Director of Moreton Smith, highlights the pitfalls of debt collection, how they can be avoided, the many advantages of the services and expertise a Debt Collection Agency can offer.
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