We are pleased to announce that Wayne Whitford, Director at Court Enforcement Services has been selected again for inclusion within the Credit 500 for 2019/20. Wayne has been included in the Knowledge & Professional Services category.
Credit 500 is an index of influencers who shape strategy and conduct across consumer and commercial credit.
Wayne Whitford says, “I am honoured to be recognised within the Credit 500 for the second consecutive time. To be included within this group of consumer and commercial credit professionals, I believe also reflects well on our team at Court Enforcement Services”
The Credit 500 rewards senior professionals from the nine most prominent areas of the consumer and commercial credit profession. The index has been divided up into constituent areas to ensure the innovators in their fields get the recognition they deserve. They comprise the following categories:
- Consumer Credit
- Household Credit
- European NPL
- Car Finance
- Trade Credit
- Commercial Finance
- Knowledge & Professional Services
The Credit 500 are a core part of a growing membership model, which fosters stronger links not only between Credit Strategy and the profession, but between members from sectors across the credit world. Through providing a platform for members, Credit Strategy hope to foster a community.
To see who made the 2019-2020 list, click here.
Wayne has over 25 years’ experience within the Enforcement and Debt Collection sector and is a founding director of Court Enforcement Services. As client champion within the company, Wayne ensures it provides clients with the individual attention and highest level of customer service. This has resulted in the company becoming market leader in their field of expertise.
Wayne is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (FCICM).
He is a judicial specialist providing innovative recovery solutions for both Commercial and Consumer partners alike.
Wayne expertise includes High Court Enforcement, Commercial Rent Arrears (CRAR) and other enforcement routines, including Local Authority Revenues and Parking.
He is also a Member of British Parking Association MBPA and the Association of Credit Professionals FACP.