Court Enforcement Services are Sponsors of the U&T Awards for the 5th Consecutive Year
Longest standing sponsor, Court Enforcement Services are looking forward to this year’s Utilities & Telecoms, U&T Awards. As a key supporter of this event they are pleased to be also sponsoring the Water Team of the Year – Collections category.
For 2019, the Utilities & Telecoms, U&T Awards will be held as part of the first Collections & Vulnerability Summit Annual Dinner. Now in its 9th year, this prestigious event supports excellence within credit & collections in utilities & telecoms. The U&T Awards celebrates the outstanding achievements of organisations, teams and individuals working for energy, water and telecoms providers.
Daren Simcox, Managing Director commented, “We are proud once again to be part of this event and a sponsor. It is the first time we are sponsoring the Water Team of the Year – Collections category. Our sponsorship reflects our desire to continue to support utilities and telecoms collections professionals within the industry. This also underlines our long-term commitment to improving standards in the Utilities and Telecoms sector. We wish all the finalists the best of luck”.
This year’s event takes place on Wednesday 16th October at The Midland Hotel, Manchester.
About Court Enforcement Services
Court Enforcement Services is a highly successful High Court enforcement company.
We provide legal, credit and debt recovery professionals, a fast-free administration service to transfer up unresolved CCJs to the High Court for enforcement.
Setting us apart within the industry, is our unique and multi-award winning Enforcement Agent App. This enables us to provide real-time information and ensure transparency – so empowering our clients when they work with us.
Exceptional recovery rates, tailored solutions and individual client attention has established us as the UK’s fastest growing company and market leader in High Court enforcement.
We offer an online service for unpaid County Court Judgments (CCJs) above £600* to be transferred-up to High Court enforcement.
*£600 = total judgment sum due, including court fees & interest