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Virtual Credit Forum with Forums International – Credit Industry News For Credit Professionals…

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Latest Credit Industry News from CCR Magazine

  CCRMagazine…Analysis and CCR2…   Read the magazine, free of charge, online atwww.ccrmagazine.com/ccr-magazine/or download a PDF copy of the magazine here.     •  Reporting the facts on climate-change financeA new global industry survey finds that firms are seeking alignment on climate-risk analysis, measurement, and disclosure approaches… •  Is the fraudster ahead of you?It is good to talk: criminals rely on the lack of communication between commercial organisations to win… •  Artificial intelligence: taking the next stepArtificial intelligence will shift from cost reduction to revenue generation in the financial-services industry, according to a new study…   For more Credit Industry News please follow the
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Latest Credit Industry News from the CCR Magazine…

CCRMagazine…Collections and Risk… Read the magazine, free of charge, online atwww.ccrmagazine.com/ccr-magazine/or download a PDF copy of the magazine here. • Stressing the right pointsDo we need to see stress management as a compliance issue? •  Top three most effective negotiation tacticsThe Financial Conduct Authority has told credit-card firms to review their approach to struggling customers… • Manufacturing exports fall despite consumer goodsIn changing political times, UK exports are facing mixed outcomes… Stressing the right pointsDo we need to see stress management as a compliance issue? For more Credit Industry News, Business News, UK Business News or Global Business News, please follow the
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Download a PDF of the latest CCR Magazine for Free now…

  CCRMagazine… Download the magazine, free of charge, as a PDF…   CCRMagazine is available to read, free of charge, as a PDF – simply click on this link and you can download it and print the individual articles that are of most interest to you. Subscribers help sustain CCRMagazine’s push to a more environmentally friendly future – to subscribe,  contact Alison at alison@ccrmagazine.co.uk.   Supporters of this month’s magazine include:                  
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Credit Industry News from Credit Today…

Current Ratio: A Good Indicator or a False Signal? Let’s riff a little bit this week on one of our favorite ratios – the current ratio. First, for any beginners out there, the current ratio is current assets (anything that can be converted to cash within a year) divided by current liabilities (anything due within a year).  In the “old days,” a 2 to 1 current ratio was something credit execs liked to see. That 2 to 1 seemingly gives you a nice “margin of safety,” knowing that the company you’re looking at has 2 times the current assets as
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