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LACEF Conference 2006 ... The status and future of the enforcement industry ...

By CreditMan Tuesday, October 3, 2006

After a hugely successful event last year, the LACEF conference returns with the theme of the status of the enforcement industry. This conference is a must for enforcement agents, revenues officers and creditors who care about the future effectiveness of legal procedures for debt.

Enforcement has become such a high profile issue for the media and politicians in recent times and the LACEF conference will provide the industry with an opportunity to showcase best practice and understand what the regulators are expecting of it.

This is a crucial time for the enforcement industry with the recent publication of the draft Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Bill threatening to change the legal context of enforcement forever.

We expect to have a senior Government minister to present the thinking behind the Bill.

Reserve your place

To reserve your place, contact Alison Lucas at alison@CCRmagazine.co.uk.

Discounts

LACEF members receive a 70% discount, so tickets cost £30
Companies affiliated to the ELRG receive a 50% discount, so tickets cost 50%
Standard ticket price £100

Key Topics For Debate

The draft Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Bill
Maintaining professional standards
Training strategies
The importance of information to enforcement professionals
Speaker Details So Far

Philip Evans who is chairman of the ELRG will chair the conference.
Phil Chadwick will present his view on why we are in the overindebtedness situation today and who is to ‘blame’.
Martin Leyshon, a High Court enforcement officer and bailiff on his views on the changes to his enforcement industry.
Barrie Minney discussing his ideas for the Bailiff Toolbox, a different kind of training method.
Credit Collections & Risk

As part of its support for the conference CCR will offer ever delegate a 50% reduction on the usual subscription price.

Conference Details

Where? Hove Town Hall

When? 3 November 2006