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The Business Guide to Credit Management

The Business Guide to Credit Management

Advice and Solutions for Cash-flow Control, Financial Risk and Debt Management

Jonathan Reuvid

£29.95

The book examines the credit management cycle from the perspectives of the suppliers, the customers and the banks, explaining the interrelationships between all three groups and offering best-practice models that can help to smooth the financial path, particularly when credit flows appear to be drying up.

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About the book

In the best economic circumstances, effective credit management can be a challenge for many businesses; in tough times, it can become a critical operational factor that can threaten to make or break an otherwise healthy business. The Business Guide to Credit Management offers new insights into cash management, payment flows, debt collection and asset-based finance, providing practical advice and commentary for those charged with managing, co-ordinating and protecting their company's finances.

The book examines the credit management cycle from the perspectives of the suppliers, the customers and the banks, explaining the interrelationships between all three groups and offering best-practice models that can help to smooth the financial path, particularly when credit flows appear to be drying up. Whether it is an explanation of government support through various guarantee schemes, to the growing role of credit ratings and debt collection, this new title is the essential handbook for anyone looking to control costs, manage cashflow and protect capital.


Book Details

  • EAN: 9780749459789
  • Edition: 1
  • Published: 3rd May 2010
  • Hardback
  • Dimensions: 240x170
  • 224 pages

About the Author

Jonathan Reuvid is an economist and was formerly engaged in investment banking, general management of a Fortune 500 multinational and business development in China. He is the consultant editor for a number of Kogan Page titles, including Business Insights: China, Personal Wealth Management and The Corporate Guide to Expatriate Employment .


Jonathan Reuvid