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New report highlights peril of poor credit control

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Posted by Gemma Baker on 03 July 2019

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Gemma Baker

Partner - Head of Financial Recovery Operations

Gemma has 15 years’ experience within the financial recovery industry and has experience of early arrears, rehabilitation, customer services, customer retention, pre-legal and legal collections.

Gemma Baker

Gemma has 15 years’ experience within the financial recovery industry and has experience of early arrears, rehabilitation, customer services, customer retention, pre-legal and legal collections.

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