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For CCRMagazine’s first ever debate in Scotland, run in association with Stirling Park, senior professionals in the legal collections and enforcement sector gathered to discuss collecting debts through the courts. They were: Andrew Foyle, partner, Shoosmiths; Matt Henderson, restructuring partner, Johnston Carmichael; Stacey Mulligan, operations manager, Stirling Park; Mark Fawcitt, credit risk manager, ScottishPower Energy Retail; Ronnie Murison, director of sheriff officer services, Stirling Park; Alison Trussler, debt recovery manager, Nolans Solicitors; Jamie Mathewson, business development director, Stirling Park; Raj Gill, collections manager, Spark Energy; Gerry Kaye, head of debt operations, ScottishPower; Simon Nolan, director, Nolans Solicitors; Lyndsay McMahon, solicitor, Harper Macleod; Steve Crabb, director, consumer vulnerability, Centrica; Gillian Buchanan, head of dispute resolution, Thorntons; Graeme Brown, chief financial officer, Thorntons; Lynne Darcey Quigley, managing director, Darcey Quigley & Co; Louise Chopra, director, TLT Solicitors; Stephen Cowan, managing partner, Yuill & Kyle; Colin Borland, head of devolved nations, Federation of Small Businesses; Donald McNaught, partner, Johnston Carmichael; Daniel Sheppard, senior strategy manager, Three. If you are not already a member, then Request Membership to join, learn, and network – 100 Site Credits to join (Credits will be refunded to all debate attendees).