Court Enforcement Services Joins the Civil Enforcement Association (CIVEA)
The UK’s largest and fastest growing High Court Enforcement business, Court Enforcement Services is delighted to join the Civil Enforcement Association (CIVEA). CIVEA is the principal trade association representing civil enforcement agencies employing around 2,000 certificated enforcement agents across England and Wales.
Both Court Enforcement Services and CIVEA acknowledge that the public value of effective enforcement goes well beyond collections. Enforcement is often a trigger for people to seek debt advice and support. The profession has strict safeguards in place to ensure that the vulnerable are provided with the right protection. CIVEA’s members seek to secure payment from those who won’t pay, not those who can’t pay.
Court Enforcement Services was founded in 2014 and has 150 enforcement agents operating across England and Wales. It has gone on to become the largest High Court Enforcement company by volume in just over 6 years. In that time, the company has enforced over 100,000 High Court Writs, recovering over £187 million for its clients with a high level of early-stage engagement.
Daron Robinson, Managing Director at Court Enforcement Services said: “In addition to High Court Enforcement, we also provide civil enforcement services, particularly in respect of property related matters across both residential and commercial real estate. Given our position as a leading provider of these services it made sense for Court Enforcement Services to also become a corporate member of CIVEA.”
Daron continued: “I am pleased CIVEA shares our aims to maintain exceptional standards in enforcement and for everyone to be treated fairly in the process. We look forward to working with CIVEA and its other members to share best practice and maintain high standards.”
Russell Hamblin-Boone, Chief Executive of CIVEA commented: “CIVEA exists to support the enforcement sector in setting standards and driving improvements. The COVID-19 pandemic has made that even more important as our members face the challenge of balancing effective debt recovery with appropriate support for vulnerable people. With its commitment to responsible enforcement and customer service, Court Enforcement Services fits well with our objectives and I am delighted to welcome them into CIVEA membership.”
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