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Professor Nicholas Wilson

Professor Nicholas Wilson of the Credit Management Research CentreProfessor Nicholas Wilson, Director of  the Credit Management Research Centre, has agreed to bring his considerable expertise to the Payontime website.

Highly regarded as the leading expert in his field, Professor Wilson's work is regularly referred to in government publications, the House of Commons, and the Press, TV and Radio. Recent studies have been reported in the ‘Economist’, ‘Wall Street Journal’, New York Times’, ‘Financial Times’, ‘The Times’, ‘The Observer’ and professional magazines. He has presented key note speeches, papers and seminars at Credit Conferences across Europe, the US, South America, Australia and the Far East.

He recently collaborated with Business Environment and Regulatory Reform (BERR formerly DTI) on an evaluation of late payment legislation in the UK, 1997-2007 and the NAO on a study of the collection and recovery of tax debt.

Nick will help in preparing surveys and web polls related to late payment and credit management. He will assist on the forum in answering questions

Learn more about the Credit Management Research Centre and the work of Professor Nick Wilson.

The Credit Management Research Centre


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