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As 2016 came to a close, CCRMagazine and Equita drew together a group of senior professionals to discuss how the collections and enforcement process can be made more effective. They were Martin Kirby, head of order to cash, Kier Group; John Preston, head of billing, Tesco Mobile; Phil Rice, manager – order to cash, Aggregate Industries UK; Jan Smith, external affairs director, Callcredit Information Group; Paul Harbron, DCA manager, EE; Mark Fawcitt, credit risk manager, ScottishPower Energy Retail; Myron Fedak, litigation counsel and relationship manager, E.ON Energy Solutions; James Perry, director technical litigation, recoveries, DWF; Brian Lewis, credit manager, Hanson UK; Martin Wheeler, UK credit manager, CEMEX; John Turner, credit manager, Johnson Tiles; Charles Wilson, chairman, Lovetts; Polly Greenwood, paralegal, Lovetts; Frank Johnstone, partner, Maclay, Murray & Spens; Marianne Griffin, associate – commercial dispute resolution, Maclay, Murray & Spens; Perry Burns, managing director, Working Capital Partners; Nina Morris, head of litigation, British Gas; Brendan Clarkson, head of creditor services, Moore Stephens; Andrew Mann, Amicus; Victoria Herd, founder, Beyond Funding; James Connolly, business development director (High Court enforcement), Equita; and Alan Smith, operations director, Equita High Court

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