This year we've built a conference website designed to demonstrate the value of our national conference for all credit professionals. To take a look at the great speakers and exhibitors we have confirmed, click here.
Registrations have exceeded expectations meaning accommodation at Seaworld is now full but we have great alternatives for every budget.
Business related personal insolvency on the rise
A key statistic revealed in analysis of the June Quarter Personal Insolvency Statistics is that business related personal insolvencies increased compared to the prior quarter and the June 2015 quarter.
Most concerning is the most common cause of insolvency economic conditions.
If you transact with companies with less than 20 employees it is likely that you will be affected by this legislation that commences in just over 3 months.
Seminars have been scheduled in every division in August to help credit professionals prepare for this new legislation.
Whether you transact with small business every day or only occasionally, these seminars will arm you with the tools and knowledge to do so with confidence. Your business can not afford to meander late into this legal minefield. BOOK NOW!
The AICM is proud to announce the Student of the Year awards.
Educating credit professionals is what the AICM does. One of the ways we do this is by providing recognised qualifications based training in Credit Management namely Certificate IV and Diploma in Credit Management.
The 2016 Student of the year will be selected from the pool of students that completed one of these qualifications since January 2015 to 30 June 2016. The winner will be announced at the National Conference in October.
In 2017 we intend to expand these awards to recognise an outstanding student in each division.
July issue of Credit Management in Australia
Our latest issue is full of articles to help you stay ahead of the game.
You can access the magazine by clicking below or logging into the members only section of the AICM Website.
With personal business related insolvencies on the rise and several significant corporate insolvencies in the first half of the year it is important to keep an eye out of any early warning signs and to ensure you are doing all you can to avoid insolvencies and minimise their impacts.
This article by Imelda Newton, General Manager Fraud and Identity Solutions at Veda provides some key tips to keep your business safe.