EuroDebt Debt Management News Editors
Debt News from EuroDebt
EuroDebt are a leading debt solutions company offering confidential advice to clients with serious debt problems.
Our website is intended to be an information portal, rich in content about our solutions and rich in views on the most important changes and affairs that affect our clients. Our news is aimed at clients, industry professionals and the press. For this reason, EuroDebt devotes significant resources to the development of daily news articles written exclusively for our site by qualified journalists. The articles are written by unbiased journalists specifically for us and when applicable include comment from leading experts in this area. All the news is original content and exclusive to our site.
Jim Mead specialises in delivering news on the latest financial news.
Fiona Smith – specialises in debt related news and reports.
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Client branded videos are published directly onto their websites to engage their target audience, provide a relevant, fresh and interesting website, as well as support any other online marketing activities they have like search engine optimisation and social media campaigns.
Broadcast Journalists that work on the EuroDebt account are:
- Karli Drinkwater
- Bryony Flake-Crane
- Stephen Jones
- Katie Hall
- Bethan Davies
Wendy Harrison - Harrison Sadler Limited (HSL)
HSL is a dynamic marketing communications agency working in a wide cross-section of markets, including financial services, IT, toys, fashion, household goods, business equipment, contract furnishings, travel & tourism and the motor industry.
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Louise Fernley, Editor at Debt Management Today
Debt Management Today provides the consumer and intermediary market with all the essential information about this emerging sector, helping intermediaries make decisions about the most appropriate way to help and support their clients by providing debt advice and debt solution news, features and a ‘debt doctor’ question and answer facility.
Carol Baker has been the Editor of the Credit Control Journal since 1992. She is author of three books, ‘Computer Applications in Credit’, ‘Export Credit’ and ‘Retention of Title’, and specialises in corporate insolvency, banking law, fraud and consumer finance.
As a journalist, Carol has written for a number of publications from The Financial Times, and The Guardian, through to Lloyds List, Export Today, The International Freighting Weekly and Company Accountant.
Melanie is an independent Licensed Insolvency Practitioner and has been working in the debt solutions industry for over 20 years. She specialises in providing Insolvency & Business Recovery Services, including the provision of Individual Voluntary Arrangements (IVAs), Protected Trust Deeds, Bankruptcy Assistance and support for sole trades and small business with business debts impacting personal finances. Melanie is an expert on many forums, including IVA.co.uk.
Anthony Sharp runs his own consultancy business, Anthony Sharp Associates, and is Chairman of MALG (Money Advice Liaison Group). He is a former Director of the Consumer Credit Trade Association [CCTA]. He has been very influential in getting the Debt and Mental Health guidance and the Mental Health evidence forms accepted by the major trade associations. He has previously worked for Barclays International and is a Fellow of the Institute of Credit Management (FICM).
Alasdair has worked in the credit and financial services industries for more than thirty years. He has specialist knowledge of both the credit industry and of data protection legislation. He is the author of the BSI's Guide to the Practical Implementation of the Data Protection Act 1998. He is a former director of Consumer & Legal Affairs at Experian. He produces regular bulletins on regulatory environment and changes in legislation affecting both businesses and consumer alike.
Philip is a trainer and writer in the subject of personal finance. He is the author of 'MONEY: the small print' and specialises in explaining personal finance skills to teenagers.