The second Commercial Credit & Collection conference has been confirmed as Thursday 23rd January by the organiser Credit Connect Media.

The event will once again be hosted in partnership with CVR Global and Aon. The conference will tackle issues across the full life-cycle of business credit and collections. The conference series also aims to provide insight into new technology advancements that can help Credit Manager and Finance Directors (FDs) improve lending and collections processes.

The conference will take place at the Leadenhall “Cheesegrater” and will build upon, the first conference’s overarching themes of business credit management and insolvency. The building is home to host sponsor Aon.

The event is FREE to attend for qualifying credit professionals with a limited amount of tickets set aside for sponsors and suppliers.

To reserve your space at the conference click here.

Chair for the event Brendan Clarkson, Director of restructuring and Insolvency firm CVR Global said “After the huge success of the first event, I’m very pleased to be able to be involved in the again. The event is part of what we hope to be the start of a nationwide series of credit events.”

“The agenda line up again is of the highest standard and I’m confident of an insightful day.”

Chair Ian Leslie Business Development Director at Aon said “Turbulence and uncertainty are still rife in our industry, and events like this are a great way of not only finding out information which can help you as a business but also talking to fellow attendees about their experience and sharing best practice. I’m extremely excited about the line-up this time around, and proud that we can have Aon’s Susan Ross delivering a talk around export in a post-Brexit world.”

If you would like to get involved in the event there are opportunities to become a speaker or review the remaining limited options to sponsor the conference then please call Colin White 01622 437014 or email

More information on the event can be found on the Conference webpage by clicking here.